Conte handed Panchina d’Oro prize
Juventus’ Antonio Conte has won the Panchina d’Oro award as Serie A’s best Coach for 2011-12. Meanwhile, Zdenek Zeman netted the Serie B honour.
Balotelli move shocked Zanetti
Inter captain Javier Zanetti was surprised by Milan’s January capture of his former teammate Mario Balotelli.
Inter chief angered by 4-1 defeat
Inter boss Andrea Stramaccioni has admitted that President Massimo Moratti was left unimpressed by the 4-1 loss at Fiorentina.
Bianchi future still unclear
Rolando Bianchi insists he has made no decision on his future as his Torino contract continues to run down.
Gattuso ahead of Milan-Barca
Gennaro Gattuso believes Milan have a chance against Barcelona in the Champions League, although he admits Lionel Messi is from another world.
Cannavaro: Samp parked the bus
Napoli captain Paolo Cannavaro has insisted that his side couldn’t do any more than they did against a defensive Sampdoria.
Inter should have kept Poli
Former Inter director Gabriele Oriali has questioned the club’s decision to not sign Andrea Poli in the summer.
Cavani only focused on Napoli
Edinson Cavani has insisted that he’s not bothered by reports linking him with an imminent Napoli exit.
Pescara back boss Bergodi
Cristiano Bergodi has been told that his job on the Pescara bench is safe despite yet another defeat at the weekend.
Pogba: I’m still nobody
Paul Pogba has been one of the revelations of the Serie A season, but he concedes that he has a lot to learn at Juventus.
One more day off for Juventus
The Juventus squad have been given two days off by boss Antonio Conte, but training will resume early on Tuesday.
Milan will support Balotelli
Milan chief Silvio Berlusconi is hoping that new arrival Mario Balotelli will behave off the pitch in the way that he does on it.
Inter’s Zanetti remains positive
Javier Zanetti has admitted that Inter’s Champions League objective is still alive despite their ‘non-appearance’ at Fiorentina on Sunday.
What the papers say...
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Montella: 'Fiorentina enjoy football'
Vincenzo Montella is still not satisfied after Fiorentina crushed Inter 4-1. “We played to enjoy ourselves and that gave us grit.”
Strama: 'Inter too ugly to be true'
Andrea Stramaccioni took responsibility for the 4-1 demolition at the hands of Fiorentina. “Inter were too ugly to be true.”
Jovetic: 'Viola believe in third'
Stevan Jovetic broke his goal drought with a marvellous brace against Inter and assures Fiorentina “have always believed in third place.”
Fiorentina thump four past Inter
Fiorentina absolutely demolished Inter in a 4-1 drubbing with Stevan Jovetic and Adem Ljajic bagging a spectacular brace each.
Fiorentina and Inter face off tonight in a head-to-head for Europe, as Stevan Jovetic takes on Mateo Kovacic, Antonio Cassano and Rodrigo Palacio.
Giampiero Ventura praised Torino's character, but Stefano Colantuono felt Atalanta threw away a point.
Cristiano Bergodi admits he expected more from Pescara, while Ivo Pulga dedicates the win to Massimo Cellino.
Borini out for the season
Italy Under-21 international Fabio Borini is out for the rest of the season after dislocating his shoulder in Liverpool-Swansea.
Walter Mazzarri would not speak to the media, while Sampdoria know they came close to a real upset.
Davide Ballardini assures he has not performed Genoa miracles, while Francesco Guidolin cursed Udinese's luck.
Rolando Maran is proud that Catania can now dream of Europe, while Stefano Pioli rues a bad Bologna start.
Iachini: 'We can trouble Lazio'
Siena have a good home record against Lazio and Coach Beppe Iachini is confident “we can cause them problems” on Monday night.
Hamsik mugged at gunpoint
There are reports Napoli star Marek Hamsik was mugged at gunpoint outside the San Paolo after today’s game.
Cannavaro: 'It isn't over yet'
Paolo Cannavaro slammed the San Paolo pitch, but insisted “the championship isn’t over” after Napoli’s 0-0 with Sampdoria.
Lazio miss Mauri in Siena
Stefano Mauri has not recovered and Cristian Ledesma is suspended, as Lazio name their squad for tomorrow’s trip to Siena.
Wk25: Catania keep on soaring
Catania continue to soar, Genoa made Udinese pay for poor finishing, while Torino and Cagliari won relegation dogfights.
Napoli waste Samp opportunity
Napoli wasted the opportunity to close the gap on Juventus to two points, as they struggled to earn a 0-0 draw with Sampdoria.
Galliani: 'Milan stand up to Barca'
Adriano Galliani is waiting on Stephan El Shaarawy and warns Milan will show “no psychological weakness” against Barcelona.
Serie B: Hellas Verona tumble
Hellas Verona fell to a surprise defeat at Novara this afternoon, hitting their promotion hopes.
Napoli have the chance to close the gap on leaders Juventus to just two points as they take on Sampdoria with Pablo Armero and Lorenzo Insigne.
Petkovic: 'No Euro alibis'
Vladimir Petkovic says Lazio and Juventus can’t complain about fatigue after European games. “We wanted the bicycle, so now let’s get pedalling.”
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