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Robinho back for Milan
Robinho is back in the Milan squad for tomorrow night’s game with Atalanta, but Clarence Seedorf has again been dropped.
Spalletti: 'Too much pressure' in Italy
Luciano Spalletti has won his second consecutive Russian League title with Zenit, but laughs off a return to Serie A. “There is too much pressure.”
Serie B: Pescara tennis score
Zdenek Zeman's Pescara knocked six past Vicenza and are top awaiting Torino's game, while Sassuolo conquered nine-man Padova.
Inter celebrate 'friend' Hodgson
President Massimo Moratti hailed new England manager Roy Hodgson, as his two spells at the club forged “a rapport of true friendship.”
Reja: 'Lazio right to protest'
Edy Reja says Lazio are “not dead yet” in the race for third, but insists they were right to protest Udinese’s goal. “Everyone saw what happened.”
Fabio Borini, Bojan Krkic and Francesco Totti face Sergio Pellissier and Alberto Paloschi in today’s Chievo-Roma Serie A opener.
Pinilla won’t return to Palermo
Maurizio Zamparini has admitted that even if Cagliari do not take up their option on Mauricio Pinilla, the striker won’t be returning to play for Palermo again.
Sannino wants result at Lazio
Giuseppe Sannino is targeting at least a point away to Lazio in midweek so as to make certain of Siena’s stay in Serie A for another year.
Cosmi anticipates tough Juve
Serse Cosmi still believes Lecce have what it takes to avoid relegation from Serie A, even if he admits that Wednesday’s trip to Juventus will be difficult.
Giovinco rumours tire agent
Sebastian Giovinco’s agent has refused to comment on the latest rumours surrounding his client, claiming it is now a daily task.
Hodgson handed England job
Former Inter and Udinese Coach Roy Hodgson has succeeded Fabio Capello as Head Coach of the England national team.
Donadoni eyeing Europe too
Roberto Donadoni has backed up his President’s assertion that Parma could qualify for Europe this season, such has been their form.
Benassi: Lecce up to Juve task
Juventus could win the Scudetto in midweek if results fall their way, but Wednesday opponents Lecce are determined not to roll over.
Conte: Juve like Verona
Antonio Conte believes that should Juventus win the Scudetto this season, then it is a comparable achievement to Hellas Verona’s 1985 title.
Inter boss makes no promises
Inter tactician Andrea Stramaccioni has admitted that his side are not favourites in the race to finish third.
Barzagli next up for Juventus
Andrea Barzagli is set to become the latest Juventus player to be handed a new contract by the club.
What next for Palombo?
Angelo Palombo will return to Sampdoria at the end of the season once his Inter loan ends – but he’s unlikely to remain in Genoa.
Viviano on Fiorentina’s radar
Palermo’s Emiliano Viviano could realise a childhood dream this summer if rumours of a move to Fiorentina come true.
Previews: Adding up the sums
Serie A enters a crucial week where possibility can become mathematical certainty for a number of teams.
Van Bommel to leave Milan for PSV
Reports in Holland are suggesting that Mark Van Bommel will leave Milan for PSV Eindhoven at the end of the season.
Destro delays thoughts on future
Mattia Destro says he will only think about his future once his season at Siena has come to a conclusion.
Milan ignored Jovetic advice
Dejan Savicevic has revealed that he advised Milan to sign Stevan Jovetic before he joined Fiorentina.
No Nocerino regrets for Palermo
Palermo chief Maurizio Zamparini says he has no regrets about selling Antonio Nocerino to Milan last summer.
Juventus are Verratti’s first choice
The agent of Marco Verratti has confirmed that the Pescara youngster is desperate for a move to Juventus.
Marino is new Atalanta DG
Atalanta have confirmed that transfer guru Pierpaolo Marino has signed a new five-year contract with the club.
Ibrahimovic turns down Real option
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has reportedly turned down an invite to join Real Madrid. “I’m happy at Milan.”
Lazio-Inter to talk Zarate
Lazio have confirmed that they will soon hold talks with Inter about the future of Mauro Zarate.
What the papers say...
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Lazio lose Olimpico for Europe
Lazio could be without the Stadio Olimpico for European football competition next season, after another falling out with Coni.
Marchetti explains actions
Federico Marchetti has looked to clarify why he pushed referee Mauro Bergonzi, an action that has seen him suspended for the rest of the season.
Pogba chooses Juve – report
Paul Pogba has reportedly decided to turn down a new contract offer at Manchester United in favour of a move to Juventus.
Parma for Europe…why not?
Tommaso Ghirardi believes his Parma team can dream of qualifying for European football this season for the form they are currently enjoying.
Di Carlo unfazed by drought
Chievo Coach Mimmo Di Carlo has downplayed his team’s goalless run that has seen the Mussi Volanti go without scoring for 400 minutes.
Atalanta promise effort
Stefano Colantuono has promised that Atalanta will see out a testing final three fixtures of the season in competitive spirits.
Lazio, Di Natale fined
Alongside losing Federico Marchetti and Andre Dias to suspension for the rest of the season, Lazio have been handed a €20,000 fine for their Udine protests.
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