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After a South American-influenced capricious and competitive weekend, Dave Taylor picks his Serie A best XI
As expected, Genoa have dispensed with the services of Coach Pasquale Marino and brought back Alberto Malesani in his place.
Massimiliano Allegri has implored his players to forget the dropped points against Catania so as to focus fully on beating Barcelona in midweek.
Antonio Cassano is a step closer to playing football again after getting the all clear from the Italian Federation of Sporting Doctors.
Milan’s flight to Barcelona has been delayed by almost four hours ahead of Tuesday’s Champions League clash.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani has asked the Italian Football Federation to consider using goalline officials after another ghost goal incident.
Inter chief Massimo Moratti is convinced that new boss Andrea Stramaccioni has already made a difference at the club.
Gian Piero Gasperini has defended himself from claims made by Massimo Moratti that he is to blame for Inter’s disastrous campaign.
Juventus’ Arturo Vidal admits he scored a special goal against Napoli – but underlined that the win was what mattered most.
Milan will complete a deal to take total control of Stephan El Shaarawy’s contract at the end of the season.
Fiorentina may consider axing Delio Rossi in favour of recalling Sinisa Mihajlovic, a report in Italy is suggesting.
Juventus stopper Leonardo Bonucci dedicated his goal in last night’s 3-0 win over Napoli to his soon-to-be-born son.
Andre Dias will undergo tests on Monday after he limped out of Lazio’s 3-1 defeat at Parma on Saturday.
Genoa will reportedly consider the future of boss Pasquale Marino following Sunday’s 5-4 loss at Inter.
The probe into the alleged match fixing betting scandal has seen Atalanta defender Andrea Masiello arrested.
Fabio Quagliarella of Juventus has defended his decision to not celebrate his goal in last night’s 3-0 victory over Napoli.
Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini is already celebrating Juventus’ return to the Champions League – even though it is not yet certain.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Antonio Conte is very proud of Juventus for crushing Napoli and going within two points of the leaders, but warns “only Milan can lose the Scudetto now.”
Walter Mazzarri feels Napoli “suffered against the physicality of Juventus” and lost their heads in the final stages.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis blames the strain of the Champions League for their 3-0 defeat at Juventus.
Arturo Vidal enjoyed his wonder strike to defeat Napoli 3-0 and confirmed Juventus “believe in the Scudetto.”
Juventus stepped on the accelerator in the second half and swept Napoli aside 3-0 to take themselves within two points of leaders Milan.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi believes Inter chief Massimo Moratti “shouldn’t celebrate, as we don’t even score four against the little teams!”
Juventus general manager Beppe Marotta refused to “fuel more controversy” by responding to Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri’s criticism.
Giuseppe Sannino was impressed by Siena's vigour, but Francesco Guidolin insists Udinese aren't dead yet.
Serse Cosmi feels Lecce suffered under the pressure of the occasion and Mario Beretta explains his row with local fans.
Delio Rossi admits Fiorentina players are frightened, while Domenico Di Carlo reveals a Chievo injury scare.
Massimo Ficcadenti hailed his Cagliari players and Stefano Colantuono insists it's not a disaster for Atalanta.
Stefano Pioli blames Bologna's own mistakes, but Bortolo Mutti can finally relax at Palermo.
Luis Enrique still has faith Roma can finish third, while Attilio Tesser claims Novara deserved a penalty.
Juventus have chosen Marco Borriello and Mirko Vucinic against Napoli’s Three Tenors in a huge showdown tonight, but tactics are revamped.
Pasquale Marino admits Genoa “made it easy for Inter” with some disastrous defending and could risk the axe after the epic 5-4 defeat.
Italian football is in mourning after the death of Lazio and Italy legend Giorgio Chinaglia at the age of 65.
Francesco Guidolin assures Udinese are “not dead yet” and should still be proud of competing for Europe.

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