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Inter boss Andrea Stramaccioni was delighted with the win at Pescara – but was keen to keep his feet on the ground.
Philippe Coutinho is adamant that his Inter side believe they can end the season as Italian champions.
Roma boss Zdenek Zeman has cooled reports that the club are trying to offload goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg.
Juventus are thinking about wrapping up a deal with Sampdoria for Andrea Poli before the transfer window closes.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Zdenek Zeman criticised Roma’s performance for “pointless horizontal passes” and blamed the referee for Catania’s goals.
Vladimir Petkovic enjoyed his Serie A debut and noted Lazio are “close to the image I have of my team.”
Antonio Cassano was overjoyed after helping Inter to a 3-0 win on his debut. “Playing with Diego Milito and Wesley Sneijder is easy.”
Roma twice fought back to hold Catania with thrilling goals, Napoli crushed Palermo in Sicily and Lazio took the points in Bergamo.
Antonio Cassano provided an assist on his Inter debut, as the Nerazzurri dominated on Pescara’s return to Serie A after 20 years.
Massimiliano Allegri insists “Milan were unlucky” in their surprise 1-0 home defeat to Sampdoria.
Antonio Cassano and Walter Gargano make their Inter debuts from the start tonight, where Pescara make their Serie A comeback after 20 years.
Napoli give teenage star Lorenzo Insigne his first Serie A start alongside Edinson Cavani in their visit to Palermo.
Zdenek Zeman is back in charge of Roma and picks a typically spectacular line-up against Catania.
Sampdoria caused a huge upset with a 1-0 victory at San Siro to silence Milan, as Kevin-Prince Boateng hit the woodwork in stoppages.
Adriano Galliani replied to Antonio Cassano’s personal attacks and confirmed Kaka will only arrive “if Real Madrid change their minds” on a loan switch.
Lorenzo Insigne is ready for his first Serie A start playing for hometown club Napoli against Palermo. “Am I like Leo Messi? Let’s not exaggerate...”
Milan start with Robinho, Stephan El Shaarawy and Kevin-Prince Boateng against a reshuffled Sampdoria.
Lucio’s torn ankle ligament at first seemed set to keep him out for four months, but new reports suggest the Juventus defender could get away with a six-week stop.
Giampiero Ventura is adamant Torino’s Serie A comeback tonight against Siena will be the start of a new era. “We want to be in the top flight permanently.”
Reports in Spain suggest Enzo Maresca is already in Italy to complete his transfer from Malaga to Sampdoria.
Douglas Maicon’s agent has confirmed “Manchester City, Real Madrid and Chelsea” are tracking the Inter right-back.
Modibo Diakitè has still not reached a contract agreement with Lazio, fuelling reports of a Juventus bid. “Anyone who wants the player must talk to the club,” said his agent.
Parma have expressed their irritation after contentious decisions in their 2-0 defeat to Juventus last night.
Milan fly out for talks with Real Madrid over Kaka, but unsettled Roma striker Bojan Krkic emerges as an alternative.
Fiorentina won their Serie A opener, but promised a new striker: is it Dimitar Berbatov, Nicklas Bendtner or Marco Borriello?
Juventus have denied making an audacious bid for Barcelona star David Villa, though Oscar Cardozo is an option if Fernando Llorente can’t escape Athletic Bilbao.
Gigi De Canio encourages Genoa to put the chaotic scenes of last season behind them as they face Cagliari. “We’re not afraid anymore.”
Catania Coach Rolando Maran makes his Serie A debut this evening against Zdenek Zeman’s Roma and is eager to “prove the doubters wrong.”
Maxi Lopez returns to San Siro to face former Milan teammates, as the Sampdoria signing admits “I had wanted to stay.”
Serse Cosmi’s Siena take on Torino tonight, but the fiery Coach vents his spleen on the transfer market, new rules over longer benches and extra officials.
Stefano Colantuono urges Atalanta to “forget about last season” and their two-point penalty to prepare for tonight’s opener against Lazio.
Pescara are making their first Serie A appearance in 20 years and it’s Coach Giovanni Stroppa’s debut, but he assures “we will attack Inter from the start.”
Giuseppe Sannino acknowledges Palermo are “technically inferior” to Napoli, but can still cause an upset this evening.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.

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