NEWS

Diego Milito had his penalty saved, but he and Walter Samuel struck in the final minutes to sink Chievo in Inter’s first win since January.
There are reports that Inter President Massimo Moratti had dinner with Andre Villas-Boas in London last weekend.
Napoli have rested Edinson Cavani ahead of their Chelsea clash, as they take on Cagliari tonight in Serie A.
Inter have Wesley Sneijder, Diego Forlan and Diego Milito in the starting XI for tonight’s trip to Chievo.
Gennaro Gattuso’s return to the playing field has been postponed yet again due to his medication, confirmed Milan this evening.
Fiorentina just failed to sign Ajax forward Mounir El Hamdaoui in January, but this move could be revived in the summer.
Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini insists Mario Balotelli “is the best Italian striker, though with him anything can happen.”
An investigation has been launched after an offensive banner towards Gianluca Pessotto was shown during Bologna-Juventus.
Francesco Totti is in the Roma squad to face Palermo tomorrow evening, but Giulio Migliaccio’s absence further reshuffles the Sicilian defence.
Cesare Prandelli has told Mario Balotelli “now he needs to go from words to action” after he was dropped from the Italy squad.
Alessandro Diamanti is looking forward to facing Lazio this weekend, as he claims he is a fans’ favourite, despite never having played for the team.
Mimmo Di Carlo is targeting another upset on Friday evening as Chievo entertain crisis-stricken Inter.
Thiago Ribeiro does not see Cagliari as in danger of relegation, even as recent results have presented the possibility.
Javier Zanetti has wished Inter a happy birthday, as the Nerazzurri turn 104 years old today.
Martin Caceres believes Antonio Conte’s absence will be as significant this weekend against Genoa as the makeshift defence he may find himself a part of.
Director general Beppe Marotta has suggested that whilst Juventus hold ambitions to sign a big name player, it is fundamentally difficult.
Roma welcomed Francesco Totti back to training today, suggesting that he has shrugged off his latest injury scare.
Bortolo Mutti has dismissed fears and criticism regarding Josip Ilicic’s recent form for Palermo.
Luis Enrique has long term plans for Roma after admitting a desire to stay beyond his present contract which expires in 2013.
Tactician Emiliano Mondonico admits that he was somewhat surprised to be sacked by Novara this week.
Atalanta have confirmed that Italian giants Inter are trailing the talented Ezequiel Schelotto.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani has blamed the club’s loss to Arsenal on their black strip. “We won’t wear it again!”
Paris Saint-Germain boss Carlo Ancelotti has ruled out a swoop for Alex Del Piero, but again opened the door for Alexandre Pato.
Parma have intimated that they may show an interest in signing Fiorentina striker Amauri at the end of the season.
Republic of Ireland boss Giovanni Trapattoni is sceptical about Italy’s chances of Euro 2012 glory. “There are four better teams.”
Week 27 sees a makeshift Juventus try to end a run of draws, Lazio attempt to assert themselves in third spot and Roma bounce back in Sicily.
Napoli have dismissed claims that Marek Hamsik could be on his way to Paris Saint-Germain. “He’s signed a contract until 2016.”
Juventus boss Antonio Conte’s decisions about which attackers to use have been questioned by a former teammate.
Udinese boss Francesco Guidolin hasn’t given up hope of Europa League qualification – despite Thursday’s 2-0 loss at AZ.
The Corriere dello Sport is today claiming that Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic is eyeing a potential move to Real Madrid.
Inter chief Massimo Moratti has insisted that his club have not been in contact with any Coach about possibly replacing Claudio Ranieri.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Udinese were humbled in the Netherlands on Thursday night as AZ Alkmaar ran out deserved winners in their Europa League clash.
Cristian Chivu has relived the moment from two years ago when he suffered a fractured skull when in action for Inter away to Chievo.
Gennaro Gattuso admits he did consider retiring during recent struggles with an injury that has kept him sidelined for most of the season.

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