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Genoa will be without Rodrigo Palacio until January after the striker picked up a thigh strain.
Francesco Guidolin cannot disguise Udinese are in “a magic moment that keeps on going, we hope for as long as possible.”
Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri admits the referee “got it wrong” with regards to several penalty incidents against Bologna.
Marco Di Vaio feels Bologna “are on the right track” for safety, but concedes the referee got it wrong on both sides.
There was a sensational and highly controversial four-goal thriller, as Milan and Bologna were furious at the referee, while Udinese went top.
There are reports Manchester City have accepted PSG’s offer for Carlos Tevez, but he still wants to join Milan.
Bari earned a shock victory away to troubled Brescia in the lunchtime Serie B kick-off.
Milan have Kevin-Prince Boateng, Alexandre Pato and Zlatan Ibrahimovic leading the way against Bologna’s Marco Di Vaio and Alessandro Diamanti.
Luis Enrique lost his patience in the Press Conference. “I am tired of these questions. I see Roma, the rest is bull****.”
Antonio Conte reassured Luis Enrique, but also said his Juventus “blood brothers” are out for revenge against Roma tomorrow night.
Giampaolo Pazzini breathed a sigh of relief when scoring his first home goal of the season for Inter. “Finally!”
Stefano Colantuono has to reshuffle his Atalanta side for today’s crunch dogfight with Catania.
Claudio Marchisio is often compared to Marco Tardelli, but the Juventus legend claims “he is stronger than I was.”
Novara may be plummeting down the standings, but Attilio Tesser warns Napoli “we want to get back on our feet and give everything we’ve got.”
Adrian Mutu and Marco Parolo credit new Coach Daniele Arrigoni for reviving Cesena’s fortunes after their shock win at Palermo.
Davide Ballardini believes he has the key to giving Cagliari victory against Parma: “Close down Sebastian Giovinco.”
Rosella Sensi looked back over her time as Roma President, which she remembers “with pride and a pinch of melancholy.”
Look ahead to all the top Serie A matches, including Bologna-Milan, Novara-Napoli and Monday’s Roma-Juventus.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Devis Mangia admits “that was a terrible performance and I can only apologise to the Palermo fans.”
The initial diagnosis suggests Lazio goalkeeper Federico Marchetti will be out for at least a month.
Delio Rossi concedes Fiorentina “have a lot of work to do” and refused to blame injuries for their defeat to Inter.
Claudio Ranieri does not want people to call this win Inter’s “turning point, but this is a team that gets back up after falling.”
Alberto Malesani saved his job with today’s win at Siena, but warned Genoa “we need to make changes in January.”
Serse Cosmi was proud of the players on his Lecce debut and felt “the result was distant from the reality” of what happened against Lazio.
Edy Reja is not afraid to admit Lazio “were very lucky, as Lecce deserved at least a point from this game.”
Inter have Giampaolo Pazzini and Diego Milito together, but Fiorentina have lost Stevan Jovetic again.
Lecce were very impressive on Serse Cosmi’s debut, but Miroslav Klose’s brace gave Lazio a 3-2 victory.
Stefano Pioli says Bologna “need the perfect game” to get something against Milan, but are buoyed by forcing Juventus into extra time this week.
“I don’t understand why Cesare Prandelli decided to drop Cristian Ledesma from the Italy squad,” said the Lazio man’s agent.
Former Serie A mainstays Piacenza, founded in 1919, have officially filed for bankruptcy.
Torino played a six-goal thriller with Zdenek Zeman's Pescara, while Livorno, Padova and Reggina fell again.
Javier Zanetti concedes Inter are struggling, but “after a seven-year moment of glory now we are going through difficulties. It’s part of the game.”
Adriano Galliani confirms Manchester City have rejected their proposal to sign Carlos Tevez on loan. “It’ll be a long negotiation process.”
Massimiliano Allegri wants to keep Milan focused on Bologna, but also admits “with Carlos Tevez we’d have the best strike force in the world!”

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