Boateng to undergo surgery
Kevin-Prince Boateng will undergo surgery on his fractured right hand and reassured fans he’ll be back for Milan very soon.
Bianchi's Toro apology
Rolando Bianchi has apologised to a particular set of fans after missing Torino’s penalty against Pescara.
Cosmi: 'Samp won't go down'
Siena visit newly promoted Sampdoria tonight, but Coach Serse Cosmi feels “this is not going to be a relegation dogfight.”
Nocerino: 'We're not dead yet'
Antonio Nocerino praised “sneaky” Giampaolo Pazzini and warned Milan’s critics. “Don’t give us up for dead.”
Insigne set for Italy call
Cesare Prandelli is set to name a young and relatively untested Italy side for the World Cup qualifiers against Bulgaria and Malta.
Del Piero to Southampton?
There are shock reports that Southampton have joined Sion and Sydney FC in tempting Alessandro Del Piero.
De Canio welcomes Genoa buys
Genoa Coach Gigi De Canio is enjoying his new arrivals and could start Marco Borriello against Catania this evening.
Colantuono ignores Cagliari chaos
Stefano Colantuono is trying to keep Atalanta focused on the football after the venue for their game with Cagliari was moved repeatedly.
Lazio 'can reach Champions League'
Lazio made only three new signings this summer, but director Igli Tare is confident “we can reach the Champions League.”
Preziosi: '20 goals for Borriello'
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi welcomes back Marco Borriello as “the 20 goal per season striker I’d wanted for years.”
Sannino fears Lazio-Palermo
Giuseppe Sannino started his Palermo career with a home defeat and now faces on-form Lazio. “It would be worrying to see a similar performance.”
Pioli: 'Bologna deserved more'
Stefano Pioli feels Bologna “did not deserve” their 3-1 defeat to Milan last night. “We paid for our mistakes at both ends of the field.”
Previews: Super Sunday!
Prepare for all tonight’s Serie A games, including Udinese-Juventus, Napoli-Fiorentina, Lazio-Palermo and Inter-Roma.
What the papers say...
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Allegri: 'No Galliani problem'
Massimiliano Allegri insists there is “no problem” with Vice-President Adriano Galliani after their public disagreement and chose to focus on Milan’s victory in Bologna.
Pazzini: 'It's a sign'
Giampaolo Pazzini took the ball home after his hat-trick for Milan against Bologna. “It’s a sign for me and those who always believed in me.”
Serie B: Spezia stall Verona
Hellas Verona were held by nine-man Spezia, Novara-Empoli was a thriller and Bari shocked Ascoli as Sassuolo break away.
Pazzini hat-trick stuns Bologna!
Giampaolo Pazzini celebrated his first Milan start with a hat-trick to conquer Bologna 3-1 at the Stadio Dall’Ara!
Giampiero Ventura saw a perfect Torino performance, but Giovanni Stroppa questioned Pescara's efficiency.
Zamparini: 'I owe fans nothing'
Maurizio Zamparini hit back at the Palermo fans complaining about their transfer policy. “I don’t owe them anything.”
Inter squad for Roma
Inter have named their squad to face Roma on Sunday evening, as Rodrigo Palacio returns to the team.
Van Bommel hails De Jong
Former Milan man Mark Van Bommel believes bringing in Nigel De Jong as his replacement was “their best signing of the summer.”
Toro pummel Pescara
Torino swept 10-man Pescara away 3-0 in their first home game of the season, even after Rolando Bianchi’s penalty was parried.
Giampaolo Pazzini gets his first Milan start tonight against Bologna, but new buys Bojan Krkic, Nigel De Jong and Alberto Gilardino are on the bench.
Montolivo 'feared' Viola fans
Riccardo Montolivo says he can “never fear anything in sport again” after feeling the wrath of Fiorentina fans.
Petkovic: 'Lazio to command Palermo'
Lazio are on a roll and Vladimir Petkovic wants to keep it going against Palermo. “Lazio must be commanding and fear no opponents.”
Maresca ready for Samp debut
Enzo Maresca is ready for his Sampdoria debut and return to Serie A after seven years around Europe. “I can’t wait to get started.”
Guidolin's Udinese heartache
Francesco Guidolin has to prepare for Juventus, but reveals why he felt so distraught that he wanted to quit Udinese this week. “I wanted to be the only one.”
Strama: 'Zeman's like my father'
“Zdenek Zeman was coaching before I was born,” but Andrea Stramaccioni but warns Inter want to beat his former club Roma tomorrow evening.
Mazzarri keeps Napoli on toes
Walter Mazzarri celebrates Edinson Cavani’s contract renewal, but warns “there is competition for every place” in the Napoli side ahead of tomorrow’s clash with Fiorentina.
Ferrara calls on Maresca
Ciro Ferrara has called up Enzo Maresca for Sampdoria’s match with Siena and warns “we must remain humble” after beating Milan.
Injured stars back for Juve
Gigi Buffon, Giorgio Chiellini, Sebastian Giovinco and Martin Caceres are back in the squad as Juventus visit Udinese on Sunday.
Montella: 'Napoli Scudetto contenders'
Vincenzo Montella fired up Fiorentina for tomorrow’s game with “Scudetto contenders” Napoli and, despite the Dimitar Berbatov saga, gives “10 out of 10” for the transfer strategy.
Destro set for Roma debut
Zdenek Zeman has named his 21-man squad for the trip to Inter, as Mattia Destro is set to make his Serie A Roma debut.
Borriello 'chose Genoa with heart'
Marco Borriello has returned to Genoa after four years. “It was a decision I made with my heart and I’m very happy.”
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