NEWS

Giulio Migliaccio has lamented the number of coaching changes at Palermo as creating an atmosphere of uncertainty at Palermo.
Franco Colomba concedes he is in the dark about his Parma future as reports continue to grow that he is set to be replaced as Coach.
Palermo could offer Inter goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano the chance to win a place in Italy’s Euro 2012 squad.
The agent of available Juventus striker Amauri says they are still considering their options for the player.
Dave Taylor plays some fantasy football as he picks a best XI based on the latest round of Serie A games.
Juventus director general Beppe Marotta has responded to transfer questions regarding Marco Borriello, Amauri, Carlos Tevez, Milos Krasic, Martin Caceres and David Pizarro.
Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri fears that Inter – their next Serie A opponents – are back in the race for the Scudetto.
Gigi Del Neri and Walter Zenga have distanced themselves from the Parma job should Franco Colomba be axed.
Uruguayan international Martin Caceres could become a Juventus player for the second time by the end of this week.
Marek Hamsik has confirmed that he is just a signature away from extending his contract at Napoli.
Fabio Quagliarella will have minor surgery on Monday after the Juventus striker fractured his right cheekbone at Lecce.
Gigi Del Neri could be named as the new Parma boss by the end of Monday, reports in Italy are suggesting.
Stephan Lichtsteiner has hailed Juventus’ flat performance in their 1-0 victory at Lecce. “It’s important to win like this.”
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Bortolo Mutti admits Napoli’s “second goal killed us” and explains his Palermo substitutions in tonight’s debacle.
Walter Mazzarri feels Napoli are finally on the right track in Serie A after nine goals in two games. “Now let’s keep going.”
Edinson Cavani admits he was “very moved” when his old Palermo fans applauded his sensational Napoli goal.
Serie B side Reggina have officially fired Coach Roberto Breda and handed the bench to Angelo Gregucci.
Goran Pandev, Edinson Cavani's stunner and Marek Hamsik gave Napoli a thumping 3-1 victory at sorry Palermo.
Domenico Di Carlo rues Chievo's wasted opportunities, but Luis Enrique is satisfied with Roma.
Attilio Tesser realises Novara had a serious setback, while Delio Rossi hailed the new Fiorentina.
Serse Cosmi has regrets at Lecce's defeat, while Antonio Conte said Juventus can do better.
Davide Ballardini wanted more Cagliari goals and Pasquale Marino criticised the 'absurd' red card.
Stefano Pioli gave Bologna a transfer warning and Vincenzo Montella said it was Catania's worst performance.
Palermo have thrown new buy Franco Vazquez into the starting XI as they welcome a reshuffled Napoli in the evening kick-off.
Stefano Colantuono believes the “non-existent penalty proved decisive” in Atalanta’s defeat to Milan.
Pasquale Marino’s Genoa debut was a disaster, falling 3-0 in Cagliari. “Absolutely nothing worked. I expected something different.”
Delio Rossi is “very happy” with Fiorentina’s victory and their adoption of the new 3-5-2 tactical system.
Italian media claim Manchester City have rejected Milan’s latest offer for Carlos Tevez, as they are “irritated by their attitude and that of the player.”
Luis Enrique hopes Roma captain Francesco Totti can “never stop scoring” now he has broken his duck for the season.
Antonio Conte says Juventus expected a battle in Lecce and stands up for new signing Marco Borriello after a message from fans.
Daniele De Rossi gave a cryptic message on his Roma contract renewal talks. “I have very clear ideas, but I won’t talk about them now.”
Massimiliano Allegri admits it was crucial for Milan to begin 2012 on the right foot, but won’t discuss Carlos Tevez.
Francesco Guidolin wants Udinese to “enjoy the moment,” but Daniele Arrigoni feels Cesena did not deserve to lose 4-1.
Fiorentina’s tactical revolution had an immediate effect, but Genoa’s new Coach and hitman flopped in Cagliari and Bologna swept past Catania.

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