NEWS

Roma forward Mattia Destro has today been handed a three match ban for punching Cagliari defender Davide Astori.
A report in Corriere Fiorentino claims that Inter honorary President Massimo Moratti could be set to try to buy Livorno.
Sacked Catania Coach Rolando Maran has written an open letter to thank the club’s fans for their support during his time in charge.
Former Juventus player Alessio Tacchinardi has given his opinion on the futures of Milan's Ricky Kaka and Keisuke Honda at the club.
Napoli’s Faouzi Ghoulam says the chance to join the club in January was simply one he could not turn down.
Former Roma player Abel Balbo says young forward Mattia Destro has shown he is capable of great things.
Corriere dello Sport are reporting that Lazio forward Miroslav Klose faces around 15 days out on the sidelines.
Former Inter man Luis Suarez cannot understand the club’s drop in form, but advises Hernanes ‘not to overdo it’.
Luis Figo has reflected that Italian clubs’ struggles in Europe are down to culture and that this must change in order for them to improve.
After a pulsating Week 32 that saw a couple of teams reignite their European hopes, Dave Taylor picks his best XI.
Massimo Cellino says he didn’t agree with Diego Lopez’s team selections, explains comparing Cagliari to a Fiat and updates on the club’s potential sale.
Speculation is that Massimo Cellino’s decision to sack Diego Lopez at Cagliari hinged over Andrea Cossu’s stalled contract negotiations.
Hernanes has admitted the recent run in form at Inter was unexpected, but doesn’t put importance to it, convinced in the team’s quality.
Luis Figo has recommended that Inter check their ambition, whilst he sees no ‘real project’ in Milan’s transfer strategy of late.
Andrea Stramaccioni still has fond memories of his time at Inter and wishes successor Walter Mazzarri the best of luck.
Kevin Constant has revealed that Clarence Seedorf “told me in January that I had to show that I deserved to be at Milan.”
Paolo Castellini reflected that Juventus’ strikers proved the difference against a Livorno side already looking to Chievo.
Today's front-page headlines from Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Clarence Seedorf practically confessed he’d be happy if Milan didn’t enter the Europa League, but “it’s a business strategy.”
Gian Piero Gasperini felt Genoa deserved a lot more from their 2-1 defeat to Milan, but “made one mistake in each half.”
Christian Abbiati said Milan have “showed our worth” after a third consecutive victory away to Genoa.
Keisuke Honda’s debut Serie A goal gave Milan a 2-1 win in Genoa, though they were under siege for much of the game.
Antonio Conte insists the Scudetto race is “absolutely not over” and called on Juventus fans to make themselves heard against Lyon.
Livorno Coach Domenico Di Carlo admits Juventus star power “made the difference” and turned his focus to Chievo.
Giorgio Chiellini saw Juventus sweep Livorno aside 2-0 and pointed out “the finish line is getting closer and closer.”
Mauro Tassotti explained Milan’s tactical choices in tonight’s trip to Genoa, including Mario Balotelli and Daniele Bonera.
A quick-fire Fernando Llorente double allowed Juventus to beat Livorno 2-0 and restore their eight-point lead over Roma.
English papers claim Inter are set to poach Manchester United chief operations officer Michael Bolingbroke.
Alvaro Arbeloa has “no chance” of joining Napoli, said the Real Madrid defender’s agent.
Alberto Gilardino faces Milan tonight and the Genoa striker is impressed with Clarence Seedorf’s work.
Milan start ex-Sampdoria striker Giampaolo Pazzini in tonight’s trip to Genoa, leaving Mario Balotelli on the bench.
Massimo Cellino sacked Coach Diego Lopez “to shake up the team,” said Cagliari director of sport Nicola Salerno.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis has called the fan he manhandled in a car park to “apologise.”
Juventus “are accustomed to being under pressure,” said director Beppe Marotta ahead of the match with Livorno.
Juventus take on desperate Livorno in the 18.00 UK time kick-off after Roma closed the gap to five points.

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