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Antonio Nocerino has been a sensation for Milan this season and hopes “someone at Juventus is feeling regret at seeing me play like this.”
Alessandro Matri admits it was particularly special to score against his former club and “perhaps it’s lucky my goal was disallowed.”
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Antonio Conte admitted “Milan deserved more” than a point, but engaged in a row on live TV because “both refereeing errors were equal.”
Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri mocked Juventus after a phantom goal. “It falsified the result. I am entertained by all this.”
Robinho has warned the officials that the ‘phantom goal’ denied to Milan tonight “can decide the Scudetto. It was so clear!”
Antonio Nocerino and Alessandro Matri secured a 1-1 draw, but both Milan and Juventus were denied evident goals in a controversial encounter!
In a shock turnaround, Edy Reja announces "I'm staying at Lazio - now and in the future!"
Former England manager Fabio Capello is in the stands at San Siro for tonight’s Milan-Juventus. “I’d say it’s going to be a wonderful match.”
Robinho, Alexandre Pato and Urby Emanuelson take on Fabio Quagliarella, Marco Borriello and Andrea Pirlo in tonight’s Scudetto showdown at San Siro.
Delio Rossi wants more consistency from Fiorentina, but refuses to comment on the chaos at his old club – and tomorrow’s opponents – Lazio.
It’s reported Gianfranco Zola held a meeting with Lazio today and will only accept the post once the club has clarified its position with Edy Reja.
Rodrigo Palacio completed an amazing comeback as Genoa fought from 2-0 down to hold Parma 2-2 despite seeing a penalty saved.
Sassuolo were held and Modena collapsed to Gubbio in the Serie B Week 26 rescheduled games, which were originally snowed off.
Genoa make numerous changes to their line-up as they welcome Parma to Marassi in a crucial game for Pasquale Marino.
Mario Beretta prepares for his debut on the Cesena bench and does so against his former club Chievo. “We need a strong start.”
Francesco Guidolin welcomes back Antonio Di Natale and warns Udinese need all their wits about them to beat Bologna.
Walter Mazzarri laughed off links with the Inter job for next season and warns tomorrow night’s game is “a classic trap” for Napoli.
Paolo Maldini has blasted Milan for refusing to hire him as he is “an independent mind,” then hammered Juventus for “whining” about referees.
Fiorentina will be without Amauri for their trip to Lazio on Sunday night, meaning Adem Ljajic is likely to start instead.
There are reports emerging that Alessandro Nesta might not even be fit enough for the bench in tonight’s Milan-Juventus showdown.
Claudio Ranieri insists he “can feel the confidence” of Inter ahead of tomorrow’s crunch match with Napoli. “The President wants a reaction and we’ll give it to him.”
Antonio Di Natale is back in the Udinese squad for tomorrow’s match with Bologna after recovering from injury.
Pavel Nedved returned to the penalty controversy ahead of tonight’s Milan match. “It’s a fact that referees are conditioned against Juventus.”
Luis Enrique assures Roma fans he has “plenty of options” to replace Francesco Totti as Roma take on Atalanta.
Alberto Aquilani assures “Milan are stronger than Juventus, but we have to prove it on the pitch” in tonight’s Scudetto showdown.
Gianfranco Zola is reportedly the new top candidate to replace Edy Reja at Lazio after a deal was already reached with Gigi De Canio.
Spanish newspaper Marca claims Inter are ready to offer €20m per season in order to sign Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola.
Napoli are reportedly taking their appeal against Walter Mazzarri’s touchline ban against Chelsea to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
Lazio face Fiorentina tomorrow evening, but it’s still a mystery who will be in charge, as Edy Reja, Gigi De Canio and reportedly other tacticians are kept waiting.
Luciano Moggi gave his predictions for Milan-Juventus. “The Rossoneri run the biggest risk with their many absentees.”
Robinho can’t wait for tonight’s Milan-Juventus clash. “I can picture the three points and if I were to score...”
Look ahead to all this weekend’s Serie A games, including a Scudetto showdown at San Siro tonight and Inter’s trip to Napoli on Sunday.
Cesare Prandelli admits he could drop Mario Balotelli for breaking the code of ethics. “I don’t want players who do reaction fouls and get sent off.”
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.

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