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Ciro Immobile says he sees no reason to leave Torino in the summer, as the club has been ‘the perfect place’ for his development.
Eugenio Corini has encouraged Chievo to continue their revival shown against Bologna, as he picks out in particular their ‘competitive nastiness’.
Carlos Tevez says he is unconcerned about leading the Serie A scoring charts or making Argentina’s squad, but regrets his absence against Napoli.
UEFA have given the go-ahead to a new international ‘League of Nations’ competition for European countries to contest from 2018.
Davide Ballardini’s future at Bologna is once more up for discussion, with Stefano Pioli in pole position to return to the bench.
Mario Balotelli commented that the one to provoke him most during Milan’s win at Fiorentina was the referee.
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Vincenzo Montella concedes Fiorentina didn’t have their best game against Milan, but “we could’ve avoided defeat.”
Clarence Seedorf praised Mario Balotelli for his attitude against Fiorentina and blasted Milan critics for “spreading falsehoods.”
Antonio Conte said Juventus “often even surprise me” after a new Serie A record to beat Parma 2-1.
Roberto Donadoni was “proud” of Parma for pushing Juventus right to the end even after Amauri’s red card.
Rafa Benitez explained his choices after Napoli’s 4-2 victory away to Catania, including the versatile Henrique.
Napoli crushed Catania, Atalanta set a club record, Genoa flattened Lazio, while Sampdoria, Chievo and Cagliari celebrated.
Mario Balotelli created one goal and scored another to end Milan’s crisis with a surprise 2-0 win away to Fiorentina.
A Carlos Tevez brace gave Juventus a record-breaking 2-1 home victory, ending 10-man Parma’s unbeaten record.
Milan assistant manager Mauro Tassotti said Clarence Seedorf needs “time to find his path” ahead of the Fiorentina clash.
Walter Mazzarri warned Inter need “a perfect game” to get the better of Udinese on Thursday evening.
Something’s got to give, as Serie A form teams Juventus and Parma clash in Turin with Antonio Cassano against Carlos Tevez.
Napoli need to get back on track, but face a tricky visit to desperate bottom of the table Catania with many changes.
Alessandro Matri faces his former club, as a Milan team in crisis visits Fiorentina targeting third place.
The Lega Serie A announced more changes to the fixture list, including Roma-Milan, Inter-Napoli, the Milan Derby and Roma-Juventus on a Friday.
Catania and Napoli fans geared up for tonight’s Serie A match with a huge lunch together in the city centre.
Milan have taken in more from transfers to the big five League clubs in the last five years than any other Italian side.
Inter have Juan Jesus back in their squad to face Udinese at San Siro tomorrow night.
Cagliari’s Stadio Sant’Elia is finally set to be expanded to 16,000 capacity before April 6.
Cesare Prandelli assured “the doors are open” for Francesco Totti and Antonio Cassano, plus he “accepted” a contract renewal.
It is reported that Milan President Silvio Berlusconi has revealed that he puts €50m of his own money into the club every year.
The agent of Real Madrid’s Alvaro Arbeloa says Napoli have not made contact regarding a potential move for his client.
Former Milan and Fiorentina player Stefano Carobbi has called for Rossoneri President Silvio Berlusconi to return to the forefront of the club’s activities.
Reports in the media today suggest a new UEFA Nations League international tournament is set to be approved by Europe’s governing body.
Juventus’ Arturo Vidal has again reiterated that he is happy at the club amid rumours linking him with a move elsewhere.
Torino winger Omar El Kaddouri says his team did not deserve to lose to Roma in the manner they did last night.
Former Lazio player Andrea Agostinelli believes fans of the Biancocelesti are right to protest against President Claudio Lotito.
Udinese Coach Francesco Guidolin expects Inter to be hurting from their defeat to Atalanta when they face his side tomorrow.
Fiorentina board member Eugenio Giani has called for any investment in the club to be used to improve the squad, rather than to build a new stadium.

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