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Fabio Capello gives his views on the Scudetto race and reveals he does “not agree” with the decision to take the England captain’s armband off John Terry.
Javier Zanetti apologised to fans for Inter’s “worst performance of the season. We never stepped on to the field” against Roma.
Lazio are livid at the fact their game with Genoa went ahead. “We asked to the last minute for it to be postponed.”
Juventus director general Beppe Marotta was furious with the referee and demanded “respect for our team.”
Milan are confident Zlatan Ibrahimovic “will not receive more than a two-match ban,” therefore ensuring he’ll be able to face Juventus.
Stefano Colantuono concedes the red card made the difference, as Bortolo Mutti shook off fatigue.
Emiliano Mondonico and Davide Ballardini were both content with a share of the spoils.
Serse Cosmi believes the red card made the difference, but Stefano Pioli thinks the draw was the right result.
Antonio Conte looks to the penalty, as Giuseppe Sannino hails an historic result for Siena.
Delio Rossi reveals why Stevan Jovetic makes him angry, while Francesco Guidolin warns Udinese.
Domenico Di Carlo feels Chievo paid the price for one error, but Roberto Donadoni says Parma deserved it.
Pasquale Marino hailed Rodrigo Palacio, but Edy Reja boycotted the media in protest.
Luis Enrique admits it was “a great day” for Roma after they hammered Inter 4-0, “but it won’t count for anything if we don’t find consistency.”
Walter Mazzarri rues Napoli’s inability to finish off their chances in the 0-0 draw with 10-man Milan. “We lacked the final strike.”
Roma have announced they’ve agreed a five-year contract extension with Daniele De Rossi. “We didn’t want to distract from the game.”
Antonio Conte admits Juventus should’ve taken advantage of other results and noted the penalty incident “is clear for all to see.”
Massimiliano Allegri insists Milan can be “satisfied” with their point against Napoli, accepting Zlatan Ibrahimovic “deserved the red card.”
Claudio Ranieri admits Inter “cannot carry on like this” after their 4-0 “non-performance” at the hands of Roma.
It was an unusual round, as none of the top five sides got a victory, as Udinese fell to Fiorentina and Lazio lost at Genoa, while Palermo climbed the standings.
Juventus were unable to break down Siena in Turin, but can complain about a penalty decision.
Milan were held to a 0-0 home draw by Napoli, but Zlatan Ibrahimovic lost his head with a red card.
Roma absolutely demolished their former Coach Claudio Ranieri’s Inter 4-0 at the Olimpico with Fabio Borini bagging a brace.
Juventus look to a trident of Mirko Vucinic, Alessandro Matri and Simone Pepe as they welcome Antonio Conte’s old club Siena.
Diego Milito, Giampaolo Pazzini and Angelo Palombo face Francesco Totti, Erik Lamela and Daniele De Rossi in the big Roma-Inter clash.
Milan have Robinho with Zlatan Ibrahimovic against Napoli’s Three Tenors Edinson Cavani, Ezequiel Lavezzi and Marek Hamsik.
Genoa had been in complete control with Rodrigo Palacio and Bosko Jankovic on target, though 10-man Lazio gave them a scare in this 3-2 result.
Lazio welcome back Miroslav Klose as they travel to face birthday boy Rodrigo Palacio’s Genoa in the lunchtime kick-off.
Davide Ballardini’s Cagliari are fresh from thrashing Roma 4-2, but he fears bottom of the table Novara more. “There are no easy games in Italy.”
Palermo boss Bortolo Mutti admits it is “like a personal derby” for him to face his beloved Atalanta this afternoon.
Serse Cosmi celebrated a shock win over Inter last week and hopes Lecce can maintain that momentum in the “very dangerous” game with Bologna.
Emiliano Mondonico sees himself as “a teacher and Novara players are my students,” as he seeks his first positive result against Cagliari.
Roberto Donadoni is now the Coach of Parma, but reminds many that he called for a longer Serie A winter break “when I was in charge of Italy.”
Giuseppe Sannino believes Siena will have “exceptional motivation” in today’s trip to Juventus, especially as they are facing their old Coach Antonio Conte.
Serie A goes old-fashioned today with almost all the kick-offs at 14.00 UK time, including the spectacular Roma-Inter and Milan-Napoli.
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