World Cup 14
Cannavaro wins Azzurri backing
Napoli stopper Paolo Cannavaro deserves a place in the Italian national squad, says Antonio Benarrivo.
Nocerino praises former club Palermo
Milan’s Antonio Nocerino will come up against his past this weekend when the Rossoneri travel to Palermo.
March will be crucial, says Del Piero
Juventus captain Alessandro Del Piero believes the month of March could make or break their season.
Frey backs up Buffon
Sebastien Frey has defended under-fire Juventus ‘keeper Gianluigi Buffon, but the Genoa man has asked for the introduction of goal-line technology.
Gilardino targets Euro 2012
Genoa striker Alberto Gilardino is hoping to appear for Italy at this summer’s European Championship.
‘Coach Baggio would be like Conte’
The legendary Roberto Baggio would be a success if he was to take charge of Inter, says a respected Italian agent.
Cordoba backs Inter Coach Ranieri
Inter boss Claudio Ranieri has the full backing of the Nerazzurri squad, says veteran defender Ivan Cordoba.
Serie A? Balotelli no, Pogba maybe
Mino Raiola says that Mario Balotelli is staying at Manchester City, while United’s Paul Pogba would only move to Italy for first team football.
Marrone back for Juventus
Italian Under-21 international Luca Marrone has returned to full training with Juventus following injury.
Guberti: Toro like Juve
Torino midfielder Stefano Guberti feels his side are encountering the same issues which are affecting city rivals Juventus in Serie A.
Juventus on Brazil mission
Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici was present at last night’s international friendly between Brazil and Bosnia.
Pazzini’s heart is in Genoa
Giampaolo Pazzini is looking forward to tonight’s Italian international friendly in Genoa. “I left my heart here.”
Cavani: Napoli are a big club
Edinson Cavani says he’s happy with life in Serie A with Napoli. “I’m already at a big club.”
Azzurrini impress boss Ferrara
Italy Under-21 boss Ciro Ferrara was delighted with his side’s performance in the 1-1 draw with France on Tuesday.
Donadoni gets shirty over celebrations
Parma boss Roberto Donadoni has slammed players who decide to celebrate goals by taking their shirt off!
Villas-Boas in pole position for Inter
Andre Villas-Boas is in pole position to be named as the new Inter boss during the summer, claims the Gazzetta dello Sport.
What the papers say...
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Azzurrini earn draw in France
Italy’s Under-21 side earned a prestigious 1-1 friendly draw in France thanks to Alberto Paloschi’s header.
Borini's Italy whirlwind
Fabio Borini concedes it was “curious” to go from the Under-21 side to the senior Italy squad within a matter of hours.
Matri: 'It's my chance'
Alessandro Matri is in the starting XI against the USA tomorrow night and hopes Sebastian Giovinco “can help me put in a good performance.”
Moratti has 'faith in Ranieri'
Inter President Massimo Moratti insists Claudio Ranieri won’t be sacked if he loses against Catania. “When you put faith in someone, you do it.”
Lazio injury crisis gets worse
Lazio’s injury crisis just gets worse ahead of the Rome derby, as Senad Lulic and Luciano Zauri suffered thigh strains.
Blanc blasts Mexes
Philippe Mexes picked up a three-match ban for punching Marco Borriello in the ribs, but also earned criticism from France manager Laurent Blanc.
Klinsmann's code of ethics
USA Coach Jurgen Klinsmann looks forward to tomorrow’s friendly with Italy, but admits he has a different code of ethics to Cesare Prandelli.
Prandelli 'reconstructs Italy attack'
Cesare Prandelli prepares for Italy-USA and admits he must “reconstruct the attack,” but again warns Mario Balotelli cannot keep breaking the code of ethics.
Giovinco-Matri to face USA
Italy will start against USA tomorrow with Sebastian Giovinco, Alessandro Matri and Angelo Ogbonna.
Gattuso back in training
There is good news for Milan, as Gennaro Gattuso returned to full training with his teammates today.
Italy-USA squad numbers
The shirt numbers for Italy-USA have been announced, as Sebastian Giovinco takes the iconic Number 10 and Alessandro Matri is 9.
Ancelotti on Roma and Balotelli
Carlo Ancelotti is the Coach of PSG, but admits his dream is “to be on the Roma bench,” while “we don’t know how good Mario Balotelli can get.”
Ibra: 'Milan-Juve tragedy for football'
Zlatan Ibrahimovic saw the Sulley Muntari phantom goal in Milan-Juventus as “a tragedy for football,” as the controversy rages on.
Budan warns of referee pressure
Palermo’s Igor Budan sees the referee for Saturday’s clash between the Rosanero and Milan as likely to come under unparalleled pressure.
Silva: ‘Barca just a rival’
Milan centre-back Thiago Silva has denied Monday’s reports that indicated he is interested in a move to Barcelona.
Lecce sale edges closer?
Negotiations over the sale of Lecce are reportedly at an important stage this week as the prospective buyer meets for talks.
Reluctant role model Donadoni
Roberto Donadoni has played down his refusal to criticise some questionable refereeing from the weekend. “I don’t care if I’m followed.”
Parma: Giovinco equal to Lavezzi
Parma’s sporting director has suggested that Sebastian Giovinco can be considered at least equal to Napoli’s Ezequiel Lavezzi.
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