Balotelli's brother Enoch 'arrested'
Mario Balotelli’s younger brother Enoch was reportedly arrested last night in Brescia for attacking two police officers during a street brawl.
Lotito considers Lazio reinforcements
Lazio President Claudio Lotito celebrates second place and outlines their transfer strategy for January, including Mauro Zarate.
Drogba house-hunting in Turin?
Italian media suggest Didier Drogba is house-hunting in Turin ahead of a January transfer to Juventus.
Totti: 'No target beyond Roma'
Francesco Totti was buoyed after a 4-2 thrashing of Milan. “Playing like this, no objective is beyond Roma.”
Inter target Borriello swoop
Marco Borriello was sensationally dropped by Genoa due to “disciplinary reasons,” opening the door for a January move to Inter.
Pato and Robinho 'asked to leave'
Milan were crushed 4-2 by Roma, but Adriano Galliani confirms he’s flying to Brazil for negotiations after Robinho and Alexandre Pato “asked to leave.”
Toni: 'Secret to Fiorentina's success'
Luca Toni reveals the secret to third-place Fiorentina’s success. “We have fun with Vincenzo Montella and work our socks off too.”
Ze Eduardo confirms Vasco move
Siena striker Ze Eduardo has confirmed he is “to all intents and purposes a Vasco da Gama player now.”
Guidolin hints at Zola 'surprise'
Francesco Guidolin has warned he has “a surprise for 2013, but this is not the time to reveal it.” Will he become Udinese director with Gianfranco Zola as Coach?
Zamparini 'pained' by Palermo
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini felt “pained” by their 3-0 home defeat to Fiorentina, as fans staged a protest.
Napoli bow to Juventus
Napoli assistant manager Nicolò Frustalupi fears “if Juventus continue like this then we’re all fighting for second place.”
What the papers say...
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Zeman: 'Why I chose De Rossi'
Zdenek Zeman explained why he started Daniele De Rossi against Milan and Roma’s weakness. “We tried to sit on our lead and we don’t know how to do that.”
Allegri: 'Milan weren't that bad'
Massimiliano Allegri insisted he “did not see big mistakes” in the 4-2 defeat to Roma. “I think Milan played a good game.”
Four-star Roma thump Milan
Roma tore Milan to shreds with Erik Lamela’s brace, although they still managed to leak two goals in the final minutes for a thrilling 4-2 victory.
Berlusconi: 'No Balotelli or Drogba'
President Silvio Berlusconi insists Mario Balotelli “will not arrive” and Didier Drogba is too expensive for Milan.
Moratti sees Scudetto problems
Inter President Massimo Moratti admits their Scudetto hopes have been hit hard by recent results. “Nine points might be too many.”
Serie A concludes for 2012 with tonight’s spectacular clash between Zdenek Zeman’s Roma and Stephan El Shaarawy’s Milan, but will it be Robinho’s last?
Giampiero Ventura felt Torino needed to win at all costs, while Eugenio Corini confessed to a poor Chievo performance.
Beppe Iachini was hurt by Siena's late defeat and Napoli sent director of sport Riccardo Bigon to speak for them.
Delio Rossi thought Sampdoria out-played Lazio for half-an-hour, but Vladimir Petkovic broke the ice.
Gian Piero Gasperini did not agree with the penalties, while Vincenzo Montella sees scenarios open up for Fiorentina.
Stefano Pioli felt it wasn't Bologna's day, while Roberto Donadoni told off Nicola Sansone.
Stefano Colantuono rues a defensive error and Francesco Guidolin warns Luis Muriel
Andrea Stramaccioni couldn't believe Marko Livaja's miss, while Gigi Del Neri treasured Genoa's point.
Montella: 'Fiorentina's show of strength'
Vincenzo Montella praised Stevan Jovetic and the team spirit at Fiorentina, as they thumped Palermo to go into third place.
Petkovic shrugs off Scudetto talk
Vladimir Petkovic still won’t talk about Lazio as title contenders even after soaring into second place with a victory away to Sampdoria.
Video: Milan Xmas Karaoke
How better to see in Christmas than with Milan stars singing Wham hit Last Christmas - incredibly badly?
Strama: 'Great 2013 for Inter'
Andrea Stramaccioni feels Inter did what they could to earn a point against Genoa, but “the foundations are in place for a great 2013.”
Wk18: Away we go!
Fiorentina crushed Palermo 3-0 and Lazio ruined Sampdoria boss Delio Rossi’s debut to go into second place, while Parma also earned a big away win at Bologna in the Emilia-Romagna Derby.
Maggio revives Napoli in Siena
Napoli struggled for a long while, but Christian Maggio eventually opened the door to a late 2-0 win on Siena boss Beppe Iachini’s Serie A debut.
Delio Rossi picks his first line-up for Sampdoria with Andrea Poli in a trequartista role as Lazio aim to continue their 10-game unbeaten run.
Inter scrape Genoa point
Esteban Cambiasso fought back to give Inter a slender point at home to Genoa, but Marko Livaja missed from a yard!
Napoli desperately try to get back on track in a stadium they haven’t conquered since 1946 as Siena make their Serie A debut under new Coach Beppe Iachini.
Fabrizio Miccoli and Luca Toni face their former clubs as Palermo-Fiorentina promises a real spectacle.
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