NEWS

Morgan De Sanctis will wait until the end of the season before assessing his future options with Napoli.
Dutch teenager Ousim Bouy was an important signing for Juventus last month, his representative has argued.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Dejan Stankovic admits “it’s only natural the fans get angry and jeer” after Inter’s home defeat to Novara.
Claudio Ranieri insists “the club and President Massimo Moratti are 100 per cent behind me” after Inter’s latest shock defeat.
Milan’s injury crisis is easing in the lead-up to the Arsenal clash, as Alexandre Pato, Kevin-Prince Boateng and Alessandro Nesta resumed training today.
Atalanta have officially extended Stefano Colantuono’s contract until June 2014, announced the club.
Vincenzo Montella still wasn't content with a 4-0 triumph, but Pasquale Marino blames injury problems.
Stefano Colantuono feels Atalanta dropped two points, but Serse Cosmi defends Lecce's tactics.
Davide Ballardini praised Cagliari's defensive strikers, while Bortolo Mutti felt luck was not on Palermo's side.
Serie B strugglers Empoli have officially sacked Coach Guido Carboni and brought in Alfredo Aglietti.
Claudio Ranieri “won’t cling to excuses” after Inter’s shock home defeat to Novara, but admits they must “remember” how to serve Wesley Sneijder.
Emiliano Mondonico believes Novara’s victory over Inter showed “the wonderful simplicity of football. Clever tactics are not the same as catenaccio.”
Catania demolished Genoa 4-0 with a Pablo Barrientos brace to earn their first victory of 2012, while Lecce thanked the woodwork against Atalanta.
Novara achieved an incredible 1-0 victory away to Inter at San Siro thanks to Andrea Caracciolo, despite going down to 10 men!
Bad news for Udinese, as Mauricio Isla could be out for the season with knee ligament damage, while Antonio Di Natale fractured his foot.
Catania demolished Genoa 4-0 with a Pablo Barrientos brace to earn their first victory of 2012.
Atalanta threw everything they had at Lecce, but rattled the woodwork twice and could only manage a point from this head-to-head.
Sassuolo conquer Bari to join Torino at the top of the table, but Vicenza hold back Livorno.
Inter have Wesley Sneijder and Ricky Alvarez with Diego Milito and the returning Dejan Stankovic, as they welcome bottom of the table Novara.
Fabio Capello “will not coach in Italy. He is ready to view new offers, but so far they have not arrived,” his representative is quoted as saying.
Walter Mazzarri asks fans to stand by Napoli against Chievo and Chelsea. “The only problem is our concentration. We need to be more humble.”
Luis Enrique is expecting a tough trip to Siena on Monday and welcomes back Pablo Daniel Osvaldo, but notes “Roma will always play on the attack.”
There are numerous reports that Anzhi directors are in Italy to negotiate with both Wesley Sneijder and Fabio Capello.
Napoli have already sold over 40,000 tickets for Chelsea, but Christian Maggio begs the fans “need to support us” on Monday against Chievo.
Lecce boss Serse Cosmi is hugely impressed with today’s opponents Atalanta. “Stefano Colantuono is creating a masterpiece.”
Gian Piero Gasperini’s assistant manager at Inter reveals the club “had no real faith” in the sacked Coach and are tactically inept.
Siena earned a shock point at the Olimpico, but Franco Brienza warns “it’s not the same Roma” they’ll face tomorrow.
Prepare for all the Serie A games taking place today and tomorrow, including Inter-Novara, Napoli-Chievo and Siena-Roma.
Catania Coach Vincenzo Montella is not happy that Genoa are missing Alberto Gilardino, as this makes them more of a tactical enigma.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Mauricio Pinilla struck to sink his former teammates, as Cagliari won the Derby delle Isole 2-1 against Palermo.
Maxi Lopez’s first goal in the Milan jersey was “a dream come true. I’m happy for myself, but above all for the team.”
Francesco Guidolin has double regrets, as Udinese lost their unbeaten home record and Mauricio Isla “will be out for a while.”
Massimiliano Allegri feels Milan’s “spirit made the difference” as they fought back from a goal down to earn an impressive victory in Udine.

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