Did Forlan refuse Inter sub?
Claudio Ranieri denies Diego Forlan refused to come off the bench in Inter-Atalanta, but does admit he asked not to play in a certain role.
Fiorentina end Corvino era
Fiorentina have taken the first steps after their 5-0 defeat to Juventus by officially declaring Pantaleo Corvino’s contract will not be renewed.
Udinese and Napoli go head-to-head for Europe this evening, as Antonio Di Natale takes on Edinson Cavani.
Giuseppe Sannino admits it didn't go the way Siena expected, while Attilio Tesser believes Novara can stay up.
Serse Cosmi saw the red card as a decisive moment for Lecce, while Bortolo Mutti takes a Palermo point.
Stefano Pioli rues Bologna mistakes, while Domenico Di Carlo regrets throwing away a lead.
Massimo Ficcadenti won't take the credit for Cagliari's win on his comeback and Mario Beretta criticises the referee.
Montella denies Inter-Napoli links
Vincenzo Montella’s Catania are in the race for Europe after beating Lazio, but he insists reports of a job lined up with Inter or Napoli are “fantasy football.”
Colantuono saw Atalanta penalty
Stefano Colantuono is “happy with the performance and the result” against Inter, but points out Atalanta were denied a penalty.
Reja rues Lazio defeat
Edy Reja feels Lazio “did not deserve to lose” their hard-fought game away to Catania, but the fight for third place now gets even more complicated.
Serie A: Relegation shake-up
Today’s results affect the drop zone, as Novara suck Siena back down, Lecce-Palermo was a thriller in the sign of red cards and Bologna fought back to hold Chievo.
Ranieri: 'It's just a bad Inter year'
Claudio Ranieri insists it is “just a bad year” for Inter and they must “not take our fans for a ride by stating objectives.”
Both Lecce and Palermo shared the spoils after going down to 10 men in the first half of this chaotic encounter.
Lazio crumble in Catania
Nicola Legrottaglie gave Catania a remarkable victory over Lazio that puts them right in the push for Europe.
Inter pay for Milito mistake
Diego Milito had a penalty saved for the second game on the trot, as Inter were held to a disappointing draw by Atalanta.
Gattuso 'end of a nightmare'
Gennaro Gattuso admits his comeback after six months was “the end of a nightmare” for the Milan midfielder.
Lazio have a very tricky trip to Catania and field Antonio Candreva in support of Miroslav Klose against the Sicilian trident.
Inter return to the 4-4-2 system with Diego Milito and Giampaolo Pazzini, but Atalanta must rely on Under-21 international Guido Marilungo.
Pinilla hat-trick crushes Cesena
Coach Massimo Ficcadenti made a fantastic return to the Cagliari bench as Mauricio Pinilla’s hat-trick crushed nine-man Cesena 3-0.
Marino: 'Genoa turnaround with Roma'
Genoa are struggling to avoid being sucked into the relegation race, but Pasquale Marino insists they can end the season on a high when facing Roma on Monday.
Sannino: 'Siena battle with Novara'
Giuseppe Sannino tells Siena it will be “a real battle” against Novara in today’s relegation dogfight.
Pioli sees Bologna success
Stefano Pioli welcomes his old club Chievo in a relegation tussle and promises “this can be the best end to a Bologna season for years.”
Capello: 'Why I quit England'
Former England manager Fabio Capello confirms why he resigned over the John Terry affair and won’t return to the bench in Serie A.
Cosmi believes in Lecce
Serse Cosmi takes on Palermo, the team he managed for a month last season, and feels Lecce can fight back to avoid relegation.
Guidolin: 'Udinese-Napoli for Europe'
Francesco Guidolin has no doubts Udinese-Napoli is a battle for Champions League qualification. “They are the third force in this tournament.”
Montella targets Lazio
Vincenzo Montella knows Catania could secure safety with a win over Lazio and even target Europe, but “let’s not raise the bar too high yet.”
Fiorentina 'apologise' to fans
Fiorentina President Andrea Della Valle kept the squad behind for hours after their 5-0 defeat to Juventus. “I apologise to the fans. There can be no alibis.”
Previews: Euro duel in Udine
Prepare for today’s Serie A clashes, including a head-to-head for Europe in Udinese-Napoli, Lazio visit Catania and Inter take on Atalanta.
What the papers say...
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Fiorentina deny Rossi exit
Fiorentina fans are protesting outside the Stadio Franchi, but team manager Vincenzo Guerini insists “Delio Rossi has not resigned.”
Conte: 'Best Juve of the season'
Antonio Conte feared the trip to Fiorentina would be “cursed again,” but celebrated an historic Juventus victory and even enjoyed the wig jokes.
Pirlo dedicates win to Muamba
Andrea Pirlo dedicated the Juventus victory to Fabrice Muamba, the Bolton player who collapsed today. “We’re all praying for him.”
Donadoni hails 'great Milan'
Coach Roberto Donadoni says Parma tried their best at the Tardini, “but Milan are a great squad.”
Juve smash five past Fiorentina
Juventus humiliated rivals Fiorentina 5-0 at the Stadio Franchi with Mirko Vucinic pulling the strings after Alessio Cerci was sent off.
Allegri believed in Emanuelson
Massimiliano Allegri explains why he always kept faith with Urby Emanuelson, but hopes for fresh legs if Milan are to win the Scudetto.
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