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After the 2-0 win against Malta, Cesare Prandelli points out Italy are “a work in progress. We must find our identity searching for entertaining football.”
David Pizarro points out the Spanish so-called ‘tiki-taka’ style of football shouldn’t be copied. “In Italy you need to actually score goals.”
Republic of Ireland manager Giovanni Trapattoni has tipped Juventus, Milan, Inter and Roma for the Scudetto battle.
Emiliano Alfaro has officially finalised his loan move from Lazio to Dubai club Al Wasl.
The Week 5 Serie A fixture between Pescara and Palermo has been moved forward to 17.30 UK time on September 26.
Roma Coach Zdenek Zeman launched a scathing attack on Federation President Giancarlo Abete. “He’s not my enemy. He is the enemy of football.”
Genoa, their President Enrico Preziosi and 16 players have been deferred to the Disciplinary Commission for handing their jerseys to protesting ultras in April.
Sampdoria had the opportunity to sign Juan Roman Riquelme in the summer, their sporting director has confirmed.
Marko Bakic has used his official presentation at Torino to highlight the comparisons between himself and Milan legend Kaka.
New Napoli stopper Bruno Uvini says he was advised by Brazilian compatriot Thiago Silva to come and play his football in Serie A.
Napoli new boy Omar El Kaddouri has played down similarities with Marek Hamsik and Zinedine Zidane.
Modibo Diakite turned down a summer move to Fiorentina because he wants to stay at Lazio, his agent has stated.
Luis Muriel has signed a new contract with Udinese, the Italian club have confirmed on Wednesday.
Juventus new boy Mauricio Isla has returned to competitive action after a seven-month spell on the sidelines.
Bologna boss Stefano Pioli is hopeful that Alberto Gilardino will rediscover his goal touch at the Stadio Dall’Ara.
Chievo goalkeeper Stefano Sorrentino is well aware of who will be Lazio’s danger man this weekend – Miroslav Klose.
The transfer window may have closed but Juventus are still working to strengthen the squad, says director general Beppe Marotta.
Gigi Buffon has admitted that he’s excited by the prospect of once again playing in the Champions League.
Italy boss Cesare Prandelli has underlined that his side can’t just rely on the playmaking skills of Andrea Pirlo.
Stevan Jovetic has confirmed that he rejected summer offers from Juventus and Manchester City in order to stay at Fiorentina.
Italy striker Pablo Osvaldo says it was more difficult to break down Malta than it was Bulgaria in Tuesday’s World Cup qualifier.
Italy international Alessandro Diamanti has underlined that he feels like an attacking midfielder rather than a forward.
Milan should consider making a move for Lazio goalkeeper Federico Marchetti, says Massimo Taibi.
Former Italian international Gianluca Zambrotta has confirmed that he could continue his career in Brazil with Flamengo.
Atalanta director general Pierpaolo Marino has expressed his satisfaction after Federico Peluso netted in Italy’s 2-0 win over Malta.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Lorenzo Insigne reveals Cesare Prandelli told him “to play the way I know how” in his exciting Italy debut.
Federico Peluso dedicated his first senior Italy goal to Atalanta and admits he was “pretty anxious at the start.”
Mattia Destro celebrated his debut senior Italy goal and is “open” to playing in various different positions.
Malta Coach Pietro Ghedin reveals his team would’ve been “very happy” to only lose 1-0 against Italy.
Cesare Prandelli praised Lorenzo Insigne and noted “September isn’t our best month” after a 2-0 win over Malta.
Mattia Destro and Federico Peluso netted their first Italy goals and Lorenzo Insigne made a thrilling debut, but the Azzurri only managed a 2-0 win over Malta.
Portuguese media claim Juventus are targeting Manchester United star Nani as their big January signing.
Adriano Galliani insists there is “no war” with Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri and is confident Alexandre Pato will return soon.
Fabrizio Miccoli admits he is “motivated, but disappointed” by Palermo’s transfer activity and “might not sign” a new contract.

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