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Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani has congratulated champions Juventus, but insisted his side’s campaign has not been a failure.
Juventus President Andrea Agnelli says the club’s new jersey will be a “surprise” for fans when asked about the possibility of a controversial third star.
Alessandro Diamanti of Bologna is still keeping his fingers crossed for a call-up to the 2012 European Championship.
Francesco Guidolin has again underlined that Udinese will be the last Italian club that he will take charge of.
Mattia Destro is remaining cool as whispers start to circulate that he could be a surprise inclusion in Italy’s Euro 2012 squad.
Inter President Massimo Moratti has confirmed that Andrea Stramaccioni will remain as Coach for the 2012-13 season.
Juventus director general Beppe Marotta says his club will spend the summer trying to build a side to battle for the Champions League.
Antonio Nocerino has congratulated former club Juventus for winning the Scudetto. “We’ll be back next season though,” said the Milan man.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has again underlined his commitment to Milan – even after missing out on his first League title in eight years.
Claudio Marchisio insists that Juventus will only get better once they return to the Champions League next season.
Fabio Quagliarella has dedicated Juventus’ Scudetto victory to his family for the support they offered him during his injury nightmare.
Alessandro Matri has hailed Juventus teammate Andrea Pirlo as the architect behind their Scudetto success this season.
There are no doubts that Juventus deserved to win the Italian Championship this season, says club legend and current director Pavel Nedved.
Winning the Scudetto is only the first of four objectives for Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini this season.
Andrea Pirlo didn’t have revenge on his mind when Juventus pipped former club Milan to the Scudetto on Sunday night.
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Mirko Vucinic scored the decisive goal for the Scudetto, but admits he can’t even remember it. “It’s like being in a dream state.”
Andrea Stramaccioni could not disguise his joy at winning his debut Milan derby. “It was a deserved and wonderful victory.”
Alessandro Del Piero admits this Scudetto “has a special flavour for what happened in 2006” and his final year at Juventus.
Leonardo Bonucci was exhilarated by the Scudetto celebrations. “This is our 30th title and Juventus are back!”
Gianluigi Buffon admits the Lecce howler left a mark, but he is celebrating this Scudetto thinking of Calciopoli and those who went into Serie B with Juventus.
Director general Beppe Marotta makes it perfectly clear Juventus consider this to be “our 30th Scudetto” regardless of Calciopoli.
Massimiliano Allegri complimented Juventus for their Scudetto victory and felt Milan paid a price for injuries, both overall and in the derby.
Antonio Conte is celebrating the “super-extraordinary” Juventus title triumph. “Now we hope to end the season unbeaten, as it’d be truly historic.”
Juventus are the new Campioni d’Italia after a victory against Cagliari and Milan’s derby defeat mathematically secured the Scudetto!
Inter destroyed Milan’s Scudetto hopes with a controversial and spectacular 4-2 victory in the Derby della Madonnina!
Inter President Massimo Moratti has assured Coach Andrea Stramaccioni his job “certainly does not depend on the derby.”
Mirko Vucinic spoke ahead of the crunch match with Cagliari and said tonight Juventus “gamble with everything.”
Serie B side Livorno have officially sacked Coach Armando Madonna and his staff to bring in Attilio Perotti.
Juventus have Alessandro Matri, Simone Pepe and Mirko Vucinic leading the way as they could clinch the Scudetto tonight against Cagliari.
It’s Milito-Sneijder-Alvarez against Ibrahimovic-Robinho-Boateng in a decisive Derby della Madonnina this evening.
It’s still wide open in the relegation tussle between Lecce and Genoa, so the final place in Serie B will only be decided in the last round by Lecce super-fan Fabrizio Miccoli.
Francesco Guidolin has arrived beyond Udinese's expectations, but Genoa called a media silence in protest at two red cards.
Bortolo Mutti says he has done his duty for Palermo, but Domenico Di Carlo wanted a Chievo victory.
Attilio Tesser warns Novara could be back in Serie A sooner than expected and Mario Beretta hails the Cesena structure.

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