NEWS

It’s a huge game at the San Paolo tonight between Scudetto contenders Napoli and Lazio, both eager to get back on track.
Milan have to reshuffle their line-up against Cagliari as Massimiliano Allegri attempts to stop the rot.
Serse Cosmi prepares to face Bologna tomorrow and blasts those who underestimate Siena’s victory at Inter. “It was historic and fully deserved.”
There are reports that Milan are in preliminary talks to sell the club to Michele Ferrero, the head of a chocolate empire.
Matias Almeyda has made stunning claims in his new book about his alcoholism, the medication given to him at Parma and Roma players asking for “a favour.”
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini has hinted he’s not done wielding the axe. “I’m changing the club from a coaching and also directorial sense.”
Paolo Maldini, Giovanni Trapattoni and Marco Van Basten are among the names inducted into the Italian Football Hall of Fame this year.
Gian Piero Gasperini is looking for his first Palermo points this afternoon against a Pescara side without a victory.
Former Inter boss Gigi Simoni has doubts whether the club can simultaneously field Wesley Sneijder, Antonio Cassano and Diego Milito.
Juventus’ Leonardo Bonucci has looked back to the Fiorentina game with contentment and ahead to the Roma tie with confidence.
The agent of Sebastian Giovinco has quickly leapt to the defence of his client after some disappointing displays for Juventus.
Paris Saint-Germain boss Carlo Ancelotti has dismissed suggestions that Ezequiel Lavezzi is thinking of a return to Napoli.
Parma striker Amauri will face his favourite target this evening when the Gialloblu travel to Genoa in Serie A.
A statue depicting the infamous Zinedine Zidane head-butt on Marco Materazzi has been placed on public display in Paris.
Alessandro Diamanti may not be risked in Thursday’s Serie A game between Bologna and Siena.
Roma will be without Miralem Pjanic for tonight’s Serie A game against Sampdoria, reports Sky Sport Italia.
Atalanta boss Stefano Colantuono will celebrate his 400th game on a professional bench when his team face Catania this evening.
Inter legend Sandro Mazzola believes that the club could encounter problems this season because of their restricted attacking options.
A Geordie girlfriend and an appetite for pies is helping Davide Santon to establish himself at Newcastle United.
Chievo goalkeeper Stefano Sorrentino is adamant that his side will start tonight’s game against Inter with a chance of ending their losing streak.
Hernan Crespo has defended the Coaches of both Milan clubs following their problematic starts to the season.
Bologna have revealed that they could have signed Sergio Floccari instead of Alberto Gilardino this summer.
Serbia boss Sinisa Mihajlovic has admitted that he hopes to one day take charge of Italian giants Inter.
There could be more changes on the horizon at Palermo with reports that Pietro Lo Monaco will replace Giorgio Perinetti as general director.
David Pizarro admits that Fiorentina are disappointed with the 0-0 draw against Juventus, but believes they made a clear statement to the rest of Serie A.
Juventus will look to get back to winning ways this weekend when they entertain Roma, says Arturo Vidal.
Zvonimir Boban wasn’t short of an opinion before and after the Fiorentina-Juventus tie. “Andrea Pirlo should retire from the national team and Stevan Jovetic is not world class.”
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Vincenzo Montella is proud of Fiorentina’s performance against Juventus and “we probably deserved to win.”
Massimo Carrera credited Fiorentina for forcing a bad performance out of Juventus. “We were unable to do what we wanted to.”
Gianluigi Buffon praised Fiorentina and said Juventus “suffered” for their point at the Stadio Artemio Franchi.
Sassuolo stalled, Hellas Verona conquered Varese, Virtus Lanciano shocked Reggina and Livorno fumbled a 2-0 lead.
Fiorentina had the better chances, including a Stevan Jovetic header off the bar, so Juventus can be content with a point that ends their perfect record.
Juventus director general Beppe Marotta insists his club “did nothing unfair or unethical” with regards to a battle with Fiorentina over Dimitar Berbatov.
Domenico Di Carlo is confident his side could cause an upset tomorrow night. “My Chievo can beat Inter.”

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