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Fomer Italy international Giancarlo Antognoni believes the Azzurri will be a major threat at this summer’s World Cup.
Following a long weekend of dramatic football during which several Italian strikers found their feet again Dave Taylor picks his best XI.
Roberto Donadoni admits that Parma are ‘in a state of emergency’, but says it will not condition their approach to facing Roma.
Luca Toni says his form this term for Verona is unexpected, but that he did not agree with Fiorentina last summer that his career was over.
Rafa Benitez has reiterated that Napoli’s performance against Juventus was ‘almost perfect’, but picks two other showings this season as better.
It is reported that Ricky Kaka will not activate a clause this summer in his Milan contract, which would otherwise allow him to leave.
Alessio Cerci backs Ciro Immobile over Carlos Tevez and remarks that: “In a 4-3-3 there are few players able to do what I can.”
Mauro Icardi has reiterated where his national ties lie, whilst he thanks Walter Mazzarri for giving him a chance at Inter.
Riccardo Montolivo says Milan are ‘on the right track’ to target the Europa League, whilst he reflects on what has changed recently at the club.
Massimo Cellino will have to wait for the verdict of his appeal against the Football League’s decision to block his takeover of Leeds United.
Hernanes has admitted that Inter’s last-gasp dropped points at Livorno ‘hurts’, but says the club’s only option is to look to the next game.
Fiorentina are without winger Manuel Vargas for up to 10 days, after an injury picked up against Sampdoria.
Giampaolo Pozzo has reiterated Francesco Guidolin’s remark that Udinese are now safe, and called on the club to turn around their season.
Today's front-page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Inter Coach Walter Mazzarri says the way in which his team surrendered a two goal lead to Livorno was shameful.
Livorno Coach Mimmo Di Carlo has praised the spirit shown by his side to fight back from two goals down to draw with Inter.
Leonardo Bonucci says Juventus must show the hunger needed to bounce back following their defeat to Napoli.
Udinese Coach Francesco Guidolin is pleased that his team have finally secured safety, following their win over Catania.
A stunning second half fight-back from Livorno earned them a highly commendable home draw with Inter.
Udinese goalkeeper Simone Scuffet is happy with the praise he has been getting after another highly impressive performance tonight.
Livorno and Inter have released their starting line-ups as the teams prepare to do battle in tonight’s Serie A encounter.
Inter’s Cristian Chivu admitted to feeling sad that he is leaving the club but says moments like this are part of life.
Antonio Di Natale’s second half goal was enough to give Udinese victory over Catania, who inch closer to relegation.
Udinese sporting director Cristiano Giaretta has reiterated that goalkeeper Simone Scuffet is not for sale.
Genoa Coach Gian Piero Gasperini has decided to order his players in for extra training following their weekend defeat to Verona.
Udinese and Catania have announced their starting line-ups for their Serie A clash this evening.
Sampdoria’s Shkodran Mustafi says his side are not limiting themselves to setting specific targets for the remainder of the season.
Former Lazio player Dario Marcolin believes the Biancocelesti are on the right track on the pitch despite recent turmoil off it.
The mayor of Naples believes it is time to stop talking about Napoli’s stadium issues and actually do something about it.
Lorenzo Insigne’s agent believes that the Napoli forward can make the World Cup if he continues to play well.
The agent representing Fluminense defender Carlinhos has admitted that rumours linking his client with Inter fill him with pride.
Jeremy Menez has an agreement with Juventus for next season, according to reports in the Swiss Press.
FIGC President Giancarlo Abete has praised the work done by Italian national team boss Cesare Prandelli.
Paulinho has conceded that he is ‘not comfortable’ at Tottenham, putting several Italian sides on alert.
Hernanes believes that it will take two years before Inter are back challenging for the Scudetto.

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