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Gigi Del Neri said Verona played “with dignity” and caused Sassuolo problems in a 1-0 defeat.
In spite of the 2-0 defeat to Juventus, Coach Fabrizio Castori says his 'young Italian Carpi' deserves 'credit and praise'.
Davide Ballardini said Palermo’s sudden turnaround was not just to their attitude, but “also good football. Onwards and upwards.”
Eusebio Di Francesco said Sassuolo “welcome difficult tests” after flying into the Europa League places.
Milan fought back from 3-1 down for a dramatic 3-3 draw with Frosinone, but Sassuolo leapfrog them into sixth place, while Palermo beat Sampdoria.
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani did not deny interest in Manchester City Coach Manuel Pellegrini, “but we hope Cristian Brocchi will stay.”
Massimiliano Allegri assured Juventus “will be competitive” in Serie A and the Champions League after a 2-0 win over Carpi.
Simone Zaza is “not satisfied, but I have no regrets” after scoring his fifth Juventus goal of the season.
There was no Scudetto hangover for Juventus, who swept Carpi aside 2-0 with Hernanes and Simone Zaza goals.
Milan have Mario Balotelli back and host another side desperate for points, as Frosinone need a result to avoid relegation.
Luciano Spalletti confirmed Kevin Strootman will start as Roma visit Genoa and he had words with Edin Dzeko.
Beppe Marotta assures Alvaro Morata “wants to stay with Juventus, but his destiny depends also on Real Madrid.”
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s six Serie A games, including Juventus-Carpi, Milan-Frosinone and Lazio-Inter.
Napoli are looking to extend Dries Mertens' contract until 2020, as they deny the player is looking to leave.
Juventus have won the Scudetto, but want to continue shattering records and host a Carpi side desperate to avoid relegation.
Roma may give up Miralem Pjanic to Bayern Munich, choosing not to sell Radja Nainggolan to Chelsea.
Sven-Goran Eriksson discusses his 'strongest team ever' ahead of Lazio-Inter, whilst praising Leicester's 'Italian' football.
Manchester United are hoping to sign Napoli's star striker Gonzalo Higuain, scouted personally by Louis Van Gaal.
Roma may reluctantly accept to sacrifice central defender Antonio Rudiger, selling him to Chelsea to keep Radja Nainggolan and Miralem Pjanic.
Paulo Dybala admits he’d love to “become a monument at Juventus for 20 years” and win the Ballon d’Or, but leaves the 10 to Paul Pogba.
Roberto Donadoni urged Bologna to have “the same enthusiasm and intensity” against Empoli after ending their negative streak.
Vincenzo Montella wants Sampdoria fired up against Palermo and leaves the door open for a potential Italy call.
Eusebio Di Francesco told Sassuolo that today’s match with Verona is “fundamental for Europe,” as they chase down Milan.
Marcello Lippi is tipped for a new role with the Federation, so Milan turn to Manchester City’s Manuel Pellegrini.
Juventus host revitalised Carpi, Milan fight off both Frosinone and Sassuolo, Inter visit Simone Inzaghi’s Lazio tonight, then, Genoa-Roma and Napoli-Atalanta tomorrow.
Claudio Ranieri told Italian TV Leicester City are “a brotherhood and never give up,” as they could win the Premier League today.
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Paulo Sousa said Fiorentina have “lost the belief” after a 0-0 with Chievo and confirmed he’ll meet the club next week.
Rolando Maran felt Chievo gave Fiorentina a real run for their money in tonight’s draw, but wouldn’t discuss his future.
Paulo Dybala said his first glorious season at Juventus “was exactly what I expected. I always knew we’d win and this way was even more exciting.”
Former Inter youth team player Martin Bengtsson revealed he tried to commit suicide while aged 19, but the club struggled to help him.
Chievo and Fiorentina both rattled the woodwork and Ciprian Tatarusanu had a late scare, but it ended goalless at the Bentegodi.
Juventus transfer target Medhi Benatia noted “if I have to leave Bayern Munich, then I’ll leave” and criticised their Mats Hummels chase.
Juventus captain Gigi Buffon reveals his post-retirement preferences, but first “the Champions League hunt continues.”
Fiorentina director Andrea Rogg hinted Paulo Sousa’s future will depend on securing a top four finish.