NEWS

Alessandro Del Piero will stay in hospital overnight for observation after he was accidentally kicked in the head.
Sebastian Giovinco and Francesco Valiani hit the woodwork, but Parma couldn’t break down Palermo in the fog.
As expected, Lecce have officially sacked Eusebio Di Francesco and brought in Serse Cosmi.
Domenico Di Carlo and Stefano Colantuono are fairly content with a point apiece.
Stefano Pioli sees Bologna on track, but Giuseppe Sannino is getting worried.
Vincenzo Montella concedes Catania didn't take their chances, as Davide Ballardini hails Victor Ibarbo.
In his Press Conference under-fire Roma Coach Luis Enrique confessed he would resign “if the players aren’t following me anymore.”
Franco Baldini insists Roma “are on the right track” with Luis Enrique, even though “the fans are losing patience.”
Juventus star Alessandro Del Piero needed eight stitches for a cut to his eyebrow after a boot in the face.
Daniele Arrigoni admits “Juventus deserved the victory” over Cesena, though the penalty and red card were “non-existent.”
Antonio Conte explains how he kept Juventus calm enough to patiently break down the Cesena brick wall.
Delio Rossi concedes Fiorentina were helped by the red cards, but is “happy with the attitude of the players.”
Luis Enrique admits he “feels bad, as anyone would in this situation” after eight-man Roma fell in Florence.
Marco Di Vaio gave Bologna an important victory over Siena, while the goalkeepers were crucial in Chievo-Atalanta.
Stevan Jovetic, Alessandro Gamberini and Santiago Silva sank an ill-disciplined Roma side that ended the game with eight men.
Juventus thanked Claudio Marchisio’s sixth goal of the season, as they strained to break down Cesena and had a hotly contested penalty.
Juventus have adjusted their tactics and look to Michele Pazienza in Andrea Pirlo’s absence against Cesena.
Francesco Totti is on the bench and Cicinho starts as Luis Enrique reshuffles Roma against Fiorentina.
UEFA have suspended Alberto Aquilani after confirming a case of mistaken identity during Milan-Barcelona.
Fiorentina will wear black armbands today to mourn Socrates, the Brazilian legend who played here in 1984-85.
Serse Cosmi is the hot favourite to replace Eusebio Di Francesco on the Lecce bench after yet another defeat.
Thiago Motta finds Inter’s crisis inexplicable. “We are to blame, so talking about the Scudetto would be like trying to con people.”
Cesare Prandelli is already making plans for Euro 2012, as “a lot will depend on how the first game goes against Spain.”
Massimiliano Allegri reveals he “will stay at Milan save for surprises” and what everyone expected of Antonio Cassano.
Devis Mangia insists he has “an excellent rapport” with Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini, but feels the pressure ahead of Parma tonight.
Stefano Colantuono wants Atalanta to keep surprising Serie A this season, though “it’s always complicated” travelling to Chievo.
Davide Ballardini is confident Cagliari “know what they have to do” in today’s Derby delle Isole with Catania.
Look ahead to all today’s Serie A games, including Fiorentina-Roma, Juventus-Cesena, Parma-Palermo and Monday night match Lazio-Novara.
Vincenzo Montella explains how Catania prepared for today’s lunch-time kick-off against Cagliari.
Daniele Arrigoni cannot deny Cesena face “a very difficult game” against Serie A leaders Juventus today.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Lecce general manager Renato Cipollini confirms the club will “take 24-48 hours to decide” whether to sack Eusebio Di Francesco.
Walter Mazzarri admits he “barely has time to celebrate” Napoli’s win over Lecce, as they immediately prepare to face Villarreal.
Francesco Guidolin “breathed a sigh of relief” after Inter missed a last-gasp penalty, giving Udinese the victory at San Siro.
Claudio Ranieri admits his tinkering proved fatal for Inter. “I took a risk to win the game, but instead Udinese took control.”

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