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Napoli director Riccardo Bigon hit back at Juventus chief Beppe Marotta. “The passion of the Neapolitans is only to be admired.”
Juventus are still without Andrea Barzagli and have Arturo Vidal suspended for their game with injury-hit Livorno.
Antonio Cassano is not even on the bench as Parma try to complete the double over Gonzalo Higuain’s Napoli.
Vincenzo Montella has bad news for Giuseppe Rossi, but Francesco Guidolin feels Udinese have a bright future.
Rolando Maran admits the end is nigh for Catania, while Giampiero Ventura praised Ciro Immobile.
Diego Lopez wanted Mattia Destro sent off, while Rudi Garcia hailed the hat-trick striker.
Stefano Colantuono denies Atalanta let their guard down, but Eusebio Di Francesco believes in safety.
Vincenzo Montella feels Fiorentina have found their form again because they were unaccustomed to playing twice a week.
Clarence Seedorf warned Milan that Monday’s trip to Genoa “is the most important game” of their season.
Mattia Destro has scored a goal every 85 minutes this season and thanked Rudi Garcia, but won’t discuss his World Cup chances.
Rudi Garcia said Mattia Destro is becoming “a complete forward” after Roma put the pressure on Juventus and Napoli.
Riccardo Montolivo and Ignazio Abate are back in the Milan squad for their trip to Genoa on Monday.
Daniele De Rossi admits Roma never expected to finish top three this season and he backed Mattia Destro for the World Cup.
Juan Cuadrado revived Fiorentina to beat Udinese, but Sassuolo earned a shock win at Atalanta and Torino doomed Catania.
Mattia Destro’s hat-trick gave Roma their first Sardinian success since 1995 and piled pressure on Juventus.
Edy Reja and assistant manager Nenad Sakic agreed Lazio played better with 10 men than 11.
Bari caused a huge upset by thrashing second-placed Empoli 3-0 in the Serie B Week 33 closer.
Lucas Biglia saw red, but 10-man Lazio still beat Sampdoria with Antonio Candreva and Senad Lulic strikes.
Roma can temporarily close the gap to five points, but first need to end their Cagliari taboo, as they haven’t won here for 19 years.
Fiorentina have been losing momentum recently and need to get back on track against a decimated Udinese.
Giorgio Chiellini admits “it’s Juventus against the rest of Italy,” but he is happy to be successful and disliked.
Domenico Di Carlo said Livorno have no fear of Serie A leaders Juventus. “We hope to pull a surprise.”
The season is over for Juan Jesus, as the Inter defender has completely ruptured a knee ligament.
Erick Thohir assured “Walter Mazzarri will be the Inter Coach next season too” after this morning’s meeting.
Gian Piero Gasperini warned “these are two different teams now” as Genoa face a revamped Milan on Monday.
Lazio must beat Sampdoria to continue their European ambitions, but lose Miroslav Klose, so Helder Postiga starts.
Atalanta are chasing a seventh consecutive victory against Sassuolo and can also hunt down Inter for Europe.
Massimo Cellino has the all-clear to buy Leeds United, but assures Cagliari fans “I’ve never left.”
Udinese boss Francesco Guidolin unleashes Luis Muriel on Fiorentina and reveals he “apologised.”
Diego Lopez insists Cagliari are “motivated and ready for the perfect game” against Roma this afternoon.
Sinisa Mihajlovic’s assistant manager Nenad Sakic admits “it’s not easy” to replace him for Lazio-Sampdoria today.
Roberto Donadoni’s Parma already shocked Napoli once and he trusts they can do it again this evening.
Inter President Erick Thohir was unimpressed with the 2-2 draw against Bologna. “Samir Handanovic saved the point.”
Roma take on their Cagliari taboo and Napoli visit Antonio Cassano’s Parma, while Milan have a difficult trip to Genoa.
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