NEWS

Udinese boss Francesco Guidolin has named a 22-man squad for Tuesday’s Serie A game against Lazio.
Udinese boss Francesco Guidolin has no regrets about how well co-owned Antonio Candreva is doing for Lazio.
Palermo chief Maurizio Zamparini has quickly dismissed suggestions that the club could re-sign Javier Pastore.
Lazio boss Vladimir Petkovic has suggested that star man Hernanes will not start in Tuesday’s game against Udinese.
Emanuele Calaio is happy with the links with former club Napoli, but he’s negotiating a new contract with Siena.
Genoa sporting director Rino Foschi says he would happily sign former Palermo and Roma stopper Simon Kjaer.
Juventus shouldn’t be overly concerned with the 1-0 defeat at Milan on Sunday, says former player and Coach Dino Zoff.
Juventus teammates Claudio Marchisio and Leonardo Bonucci have taken to Twitter to deny claims of a bust-up.
Hugo Campagnaro will probably sign the last contract of his career with current club Napoli, his agent has suggested.
Stephan El Shaarawy has admitted that he may have struggled to get a game at Milan this season had Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Antonio Cassano remained.
Italian national boss Cesare Prandelli is monitoring the form of Atalanta midfielder Giacomo Bonaventura.
Andrea Bertolacci is thankful that his strike was enough to get Genoa off the bottom of the table. “We don’t belong there.”
Genoa have admitted they are keen on Francelino Matuzalem, but denied claims that Lazio could get Alexander Merkel in exchange.
Milan chief Silvio Berlusconi insists that Massimiliano Allegri will remain as boss despite his admiration for Pep Guardiola.
Mattia Destro was happy to get on the scoresheet for Roma on Sunday – but he wanted more than one goal.
Riccardo Montolivo says he was proud to be handed the captain’s armband for Milan’s 1-0 win over Juventus.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani insists the Diavolo are on their way back – although the game against Juventus could have ended 0-0.
Leonardo Bonucci has looked to explain the reasons for Juventus’ anonymous performance in the 1-0 loss at Milan.
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Gigi Buffon looked at the overall performance and felt Juventus “deserved to lose this time” at San Siro.
Director general Beppe Marotta concedes “Juventus played one of their worst games of the season and the penalty cannot be an alibi.”
Assistant Coach Angelo Alessio felt Juventus lost to Milan because “we did not play as a team unit,” but wondered what would’ve happened if they had received that penalty instead.
Massimiliano Allegri praised Milan’s defensive performance against Juventus, admitted the penalty “should not have been given” and commented on Pep Guardiola.
Mattia De Sciglio warned Milan to “keep our feet on the ground” after beating Serie A leaders Juventus.
Milan doomed Juventus to their second defeat of the season, but earned it with an extremely controversial Robinho penalty.
Marco Van Basten is in the stands for Milan-Juventus and confirms he “was approached two years ago” to take the Rossoneri bench.
Robinho returns to Milan’s trident attack, while Martin Caceres steps in for Giorgio Chiellini as Juventus visit San Siro this evening. Christian Abbiati pulls out in the warm-up.
Assistant manager Mauro Tassotti warns Milan “need a perfect performance” to get the better of Juventus tonight.
Sampdoria midfielder Andrea Poli has blasted former club Inter for their “absurd” behaviour. “I felt like I was on Candid Camera.”
Luca Toni will remain in hospital for 24 hours after his clash of heads with Kamil Glik, while Alberto Aquilani needs tests on a thigh problem.
Giampiero Ventura criticised the penalty decision, but Vincenzo Montella always went for the win.
Ciro Ferrara believes Sampdoria's win was worth more than three points, but Stefano Pioli regrets the early red card.
Cristiano Bergodi saw a positive sign from Pescara, but Zdenek Zeman had advice for Mattia Destro.
Eugenio Corini liked Chievo's determination, but Serse Cosmi feels Siena should've won.
Stefano Colantuono rues Atalanta conceding a "ridiculous" goal, but Gigi Del Neri hailed Genoa's spirit.

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