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Bayern Munich star Arjen Robben is impressed that Roma “are not a typically-defensive Italian team.”
Juventus go with Alvaro Morata, Carlos Tevez and a four-man defence in a must-win Champions League match with Olympiacos.
Miralem Pjanic assured Roma “will not change our football” against Bayern Munich, even after a 7-1 defeat.
Rudi Garcia warns Roma have “little chance of getting a result against Bayern Munich, but we can restore pride.”
Teenage sensation Hachim Mastour is called up for Milan’s Trofeo Berlusconi against San Lorenzo tomorrow.
Hernanes is out of Inter’s Europa League trip to Saint-Etienne, but Daniel Osvaldo returns from injury.
Mehdi Benatia praised Francesco Totti and Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola, but ignored critical Roma fans.
Pep Guardiola “admires Roma’s courage” and doesn’t expect another 7-1 for Bayern Munich tomorrow.
Fiorentina confirmed Italy Under-21 international Federico Bernardeschi will be out for five months after ankle surgery.
Italy Under-21 Coach Gigi Di Biagio reckons that Italian teams are not bold enough when it comes to giving more playing time to their youngsters.
Fabio Borini’s agent says that his client is pushing his way through at Liverpool and won’t think about leaving Anfield to join Inter for now.
Speculation is that Juventus will have Kwadwo Asamoah fit for tonight’s Champions League match with Olympiacos, but not Angelo Ogbonna.
Rafa Benitez has commented on the positive atmosphere he sees at Napoli’s training facilities these days.
Former Roma full-back Vincent Candela believes Ashley Cole should face Bayern Munich on Wednesday night, despite a horror showing in the home tie.
Roma’s dearth of full-backs may see Alessandro Florenzi deployed at right-back tomorrow night against Bayern Munich.
Former Juventus President Giovanni Cobolli Gigli believes Italian football must focus on youth if it is to bridge the gap to other Leagues in Europe.
Following another exciting weekend that saw Juventus grab back top spot Dave Taylor picks his best XI from Serie A’s Week 10.
Bayern Munich defender Mehdi Benatia is convinced his side will face a different Roma to the one of two weeks ago.
Fiorentina are in the market for a new striker, reports indicate, as Federico Bernardeschi joins the Viola’s ever-growing injury list.
Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri could deploy a midfield diamond against Olympiacos, as his side looks to overcome their European woes.
Keisuke Honda admits that Milan have no other option than to beat high-flying Sampdoria on Saturday.
Milan midfielder Nigel de Jong insists the Rossoneri’s recent woes are not the fault of Coach Filippo Inzaghi.
Piero Ausilio insists injuries have played a large part in Inter’s disappointing start to the season, as he reaffirms faith in Walter Mazzarri.
Former Milan man Gennaro Gattuso praises Olympiacos and their Coach Michel, but believes Juventus are stronger than the Greek outfit.
Juventus could reportedly move for Borussia Dortmund stopper Neven Subotic as concerns about Andrea Barzagli’s injury continue.
Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman is set to make the next stage of his recovery in a return for the club's Primavera side, reports suggest.
Inter technical director Piero Ausilio insists the Nerazzurri are targeting the Champions League, despite a poor start to the season.
Zdenek Zeman accused Cagliari of ‘gifting’ the first half of their 4-2 defeat to Lazio but praised them for showing the character.
Stefano Pioli hailed his Lazio players for producing an ‘almost-perfect’ first-half display during their 4-2 victory over Cagliari on Monday.
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Miroslav Klose has warned Lazio’s Serie A rivals that the Aquile are gunning for at least a top five finish this season, after their 4-2 victory over Cagliari.
Andrea Mandorlini believes Verona deserved a point at Cesena but has demanded his players stop making life so difficult for themselves.
Pierpaolo Bisoli has urged Cesena to develop a ruthless streak following their 1-1 draw with Verona, but is delighted with the performances of his new boys.
In a remarkable six-goal thriller, which saw Victor Ibarbo sent off and the hosts almost throw away a commanding lead, Lazio held on to defeat Cagliari 4-2.
Napoli have confirmed that they have signed Lorenzo Insigne to a new contract, committing him until June 2019.

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