NEWS

Varese thumped Vicenza in the Friday night game and moved into fifth place awaiting today’s other Serie B results.
Roberto Mancini believes Cesare Prandelli “was correct” to warn Mario Balotelli about his behaviour by dropping him ahead of Euro 2012.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Juventus’ unbeaten run faces a major test at home to Chievo this weekend, so says their Coach Mimmo Di Carlo.
Nicolas Burdisso’s recovery from a serious knee injury has picked up in recent weeks, as he receives glowing praise from his medical specialist.
German Denis is not targeting revenge when he faces former side Udinese this weekend as an Atalanta player.
Antonio Conte has named his 22-man squad to face Chievo this weekend, with Simone Pepe and Arturo Vidal absent through suspension.
Bortolo Mutti does not think the focus for Milan’s visit to Palermo will fall on the performance of the referee.
Ahead of a crucial game for relegation favourites Cesena away to Fiorentina, Coach Mario Beretta insists that the Emilia-Romagna outfit have not given up.
The bookmakers may be backing Lazio over Roma in this weekend’s Rome derby, but Cristian Brocchi warns his teammates to respect the Giallorossi.
Blerim Dzemaili is targeting three points against his former employers Parma this weekend, believing that they will be key to Napoli’s target of third place.
Massimiliano Allegri has asked his players to move on from Juventus and focus fully on Saturday’s opponents Palermo.
This Sunday’s League match between Bologna and Novara has been put back to the evening because of Lucio Dalla’s funeral.
Antonio Conte believes Juventus is beginning to feel as it did when he was a player. “I’m nostalgic for the old times and they seem to be returning.”
Walter Sabatini believes Roma’s chances of achieving a top-three finish this season hinge on the result of the weekend’s derby with Lazio.
Javier Zanetti admits that it will be up to Inter’s veterans to drag the club out of the crisis which is engulfing their season.
Roberto Donadoni says he has no regrets about his time on the Napoli bench as his Parma side prepare to entertain the Azzurri this weekend.
Mark Van Bommel insists the disallowed Sulley Muntari and Alessandro Matri goals did not balance each other out in Milan’s 1-1 draw with Juventus.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani says his heart is still bleeding after the 1-1 draw with Juventus. He’s also ruled out an extension for Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
It’s derby weekend this Week 26, as Roma host fierce rivals Lazio in the second Derby della Capitale of the season.
Italian clubs interested in Gareth Bale should forget about signing the Tottenham player, says FIFA agent Peppino Tirri.
Roma striker Fabio Borini was a transfer target for Lazio over the summer, the Biancocelesti have confirmed.
Cristian Chivu’s agent has made it clear that his client is “not desperate” to extend his contract at Inter.
Palermo captain Fabrizio Miccoli has admitted that he’s unlikely to take part in Euro 2012 for Italy. “I’m not needed.”
The agent of Emanuele Giaccherini is confident that his client will have a future at Juventus – and possibly the Italian national side too.
The Gazzetta dello Sport is today highlighting that Inter could reach three negative club records in their game against Catania this weekend.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic could be handed a new contract with Italian champions Milan, reports the Corriere dello Sport.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Esteban Cambiasso warns Inter fans they must realise the Treble team is gone. “Today the reality is very different.”
Edinson Cavani reveals he does not “play for money, as I just want to leave good memories. It is very difficult to live in Naples, as you cannot have a private life.”
Gian Piero Gasperini points out Inter can’t keep blaming him for their problems. “The alibi of a bad start no longer holds up.”
Daniele Bonera feels the break for international duty “has been good for Milan” after their post-Juventus controversy.
Brazilian defender Dedé admits he is “certainly proud” that Juventus sent scouts to view him play for the Seleçao this week.
Cesare Prandelli “will not stand for excessive criticism” of Italy’s performance in their defeat to the USA and confirmed he was in contact with Mario Balotelli.
Diego Milito tells Inter they can emerge from this crisis, “but we need unity. The club, team and fans must work together to get through this.”

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