NEWS

Former Roma boss Luis Enrique has said his experience with the Giallorossi would have been even worse if not for a psychologist.
FIGC President Giancarlo Abete has sought to calm his row with Zdenek Zeman, after the Roma Coach branded him the 'enemy of football.'
Former Juventus winger Angelo Di Livio hopes the current side can 'retrace the footsteps of my Juve' in the Champions League.
Palermo Sporting Director Giorgio Perinetti will stay at the club for the time being – but doesn't too sound enthusiastic about it.
Udinese owned defender Neuton has given his first reflections on English football after participating in Watford's loss to Bolton.
Paris Saint Germain Coach Carlo Ancelotti finds the disassembly of his Champions League winning Milan side too 'sad' to talk about.
Ahead of hosting Lazio on Thursday, Tottenham manager Andre Villas Boas has made it clear he's taking the Europa League very seriously.
Gian Piero Gasperini is confident that he’ll be able to avoid becoming the latest coaching casualty at Palermo. “I convinced Enrizo Preziosi at Genoa…”
Milan’s summer clear-out has seen their squad stripped of significant Champions League experience.
Juventus boss Antonio Conte has named a 23-man squad for Wednesday’s Champions League game at Chelsea.
Pippo Inzaghi insists that Milan are still a side to be respected in Serie A this season. “Only Juventus are better.”
Chelsea will be well aware of the threat that Mirko Vucinic will carry in Wednesday’s Champions League game against Juventus.
Mattia Destro was absent from Roma training this morning given that he underwent medical checks on an injury.
Marek Hamsik is convinced that his Napoli side can challenge Juventus for the Scudetto this season.
Former Milan and Italian international Alessandro Costacurta has spoken of his admiration for Juan Jesus of Inter.
Sergio Porrini, who won the Champions League with Juventus in 1996, believes that there are only three teams better than the Old Lady in Europe.
Gian Piero Gasperini has reportedly been granted a special clause in his Palermo contract – compensation should he be sacked!
Juventus will be looking for their first competitive win over Chelsea when the two sides face each other in the Champions League on Wednesday.
Genoa stopper Luca Antonelli insists that one refereeing decision may have changed the outcome of the game in Sunday’s match against Juventus.
It is far too soon to judge the ability of Napoli sensation Lorenzo Insigne, his agent has insisted.
Bari scored two late goals in a crazy last five minutes at Varese on Monday to maintain their unbeaten start to the Serie B season.
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Zenit St. Petersburg boss Luciano Spalletti expects Milan to top their Champions League group, despite their troubles.
Zenit St Petersburg defender Mimmo Criscito has hailed Palermo's decision to hire his former boss Gian Piero Gasperini.
Italy Under-21 boss Devis Mangia admits the team's play-off with Sweden to reach the 2013 European Championship will be tricky.
Former Inter striker Diego Forlan has said he had no choice but to leave Italy this summer, after joining Brazilian side Internacional.
Sampdoria striker Maxi Lopez is delighted with the start the club have made to the season, and with his own prolific form.
Others are outraged about Palermo's sacking of Giuseppe Sannino – but the man himself believes it was the right decision.
Alessandro Del Piero has said it was 'easy' to choose Sydney FC, ahead of offers from England, China and the Middle East.
Marcello Lippi believes Napoli are best placed to be the 'anti-Juve' but doesn't want to talk about his old nemesis Zdenek Zeman.
Adriano Galliani has revealed that ex-Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic hasn't spoken to him since joining Paris Saint Germain.
Anderlecht General Manager Herman Van Holsbeeck remains respectful of Milan ahead of his club's visit to San Siro tomorrow.
Genoa Coach Gigi De Canio is hardly inconsolable about the sacking of his Palermo counterpart Giuseppe Sannino.
Leonardo Bonucci says Juventus won’t be content with just taking part in the Champions League. “We can fight on all fronts.”
Serie A returned with a bang following a lacklustre international break, leaving Dave Taylor with more tough choices when picking his best XI.

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