Luciano Moggi claims Roma are returning to a “pre-Calciopoli tactic: tell referees it’s best to go against Juventus to avoid criticism.”
Palermo are bottom of the table and Beppe Iachini could be fired if he fails to beat Cesena today. “I take it one day at a time.”
Udinese are in the top four, but Andrea Stramaccioni is concerned about their trip to Torino. “They are very organised.”
Roberto Donadoni told Parma “from now on every game is a head-to-head,” starting with Atalanta.
Francesco Totti praised Roma for demolishing Chievo 3-0, as “it was important to maintain that mentality.”
Roberto Pereyra told Juventus to forget Sassuolo and focus on the Champions League trip to Olympiacos.
Inter defender Juan Jesus assures Gonzalo Higuain “doesn’t scare me” ahead of tonight’s big match with Napoli.
Walter Mazzarri and Rafa Benitez face their past in Inter-Napoli, but first Fiorentina host Lazio and Milan visit Verona.
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Arturo Vidal released a statement assuring media reports of a row with Juventus and fine for a bar brawl are untrue.
Massimiliano Allegri said he “knew there were difficulties” after Juventus were held 1-1 by Sassuolo, but won’t lose confidence.
Eusebio Di Francesco revealed his tactical approach to neutralising Juventus, which didn’t involve man-marking Andrea Pirlo.
Sassuolo goalkeeper Andrea Consigli admits the 1-1 draw with Juventus “feels like a victory.”
Simone Zaza and Sassuolo pegged Juventus back to a 1-1 draw despite Paul Pogba’s wonder-strike, so Roma are just one point behind.
Chievo Coach Eugenio Corini believes Roma “are on the same level as Juventus” after a 3-0 hammering.
Roma Coach Rudi Garcia explained his decisions against Chievo and expects a “fantastic” Bayern Munich match.
Leonardo Bonucci expects “a fine duel” with Sassuolo striker Simone Zaza tonight and noted Juventus are in the driving seat.
Mattia Destro confirmed Roma have not lost confidence and “can’t wait” to face Bayern Munich.
Leaders Juventus try to maintain their 100 per cent record away to Sassuolo, but take on Simone Zaza and Domenico Berardi.
Mattia Destro, Adem Ljajic and Francesco Totti ensured Roma had crushed Chievo’s spirit before half-time.
Vincenzo Montella hinted he’ll drop Borja Valero again when Fiorentina host Lazio on Sunday. “We can think big.”
Verona Coach Andrea Mandorlini warned “it’s never easy against Milan, but we won’t make it easy for them either.”
Mateo Kovacic, Yuto Nagatomo, Fredy Guarin and Gary Medel are all in the Inter squad to face Napoli.
Lucas Biglia and Cristian Ledesma are available for Lazio’s trip to Fiorentina on Sunday.
Roma director general Mauro Baldissoni said Rudi Garcia “is right to say he’s sure we’ll win the Scudetto.”
Zdenek Zeman warned Cagliari to be wary of Sampdoria, as “they have the same character as Sinisa Mihajlovic.”
The new American Bologna began with a 3-0 win, while leaders Frosinone saw off Modena and Livorno destroyed Ternana, but Lanciano held Perugia.
Roma have Morgan De Sanctis, Daniele De Rossi and Davide Astori back against Chievo in today’s afternoon game.
Pippo Inzaghi congratulated Stephan El Shaarawy on his anger at being dropped, as Milan visit their bête noir Verona.
Lazio Coach Stefano Pioli said tomorrow’s early kick-off with Fiorentina is “an important test for both teams.”
Antonio Di Natale is now 37 and targeting Roberto Baggio’s Serie A goals record. “Football is my life.”
Mario Gomez and Marko Marin are still out, but Micah Richards and Joaquin return for Fiorentina-Lazio.
Walter Mazzarri aimed sideswipes at old club Napoli, the Inter boo boys and fitness problems ahead of tomorrow’s clash.
Nigel de Jong is suspended, but Jeremy Menez, Giacomo Bonaventura, Marco van Ginkel and Diego Lopez are ready for Verona-Milan.
Udinese assistant manager Dejan Stankovic “will never stop dreaming” of a job as Inter Coach.