Lazio boss Edy Reja has praised his side for the way they professionally disposed of Novara on Monday night.
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Philippe Mexes is set for his first start in a Milan shirt in midweek as Massimiliano Allegri rings the changes but warns ‘Milan want a good result’.
Marco Borriello may find an avenue out of Roma this January as reports link him with a switch to former club Genoa.
Adriano Galliani has given his strongest hint yet that Milan are focusing their January transfer activity on securing Manchester City’s Carlos Tevez.
Marek Hamsik has warned his Napoli teammates against complacency in preparing for their crucial Champions League clash with Villarreal.
The legendary Roberto Baggio expects Juventus and the Italian national side to fight for honours over the next 12 months.
Udinese have confirmed that they will sign a new midfielder during the January transfer window – but it won’t be Angelo Palombo of Sampdoria.
Udinese goalkeeper Samir Handanovic was being watched by Manchester United and Bayern Munich in the summer, his agent has claimed.
A shortage of centre-backs could see Daniele De Rossi used in defence for Roma against Juventus next Monday evening.
Alessandro Del Piero is back at home after the Juventus captain spent the night in a Turin hospital.
Javier Zanetti has revealed that Ricky Alvarez was close to joining Arsenal until he had a word with him about Inter.
Andrea Pirlo is convinced that Juventus have what is needed to get back to winning ways, but he’s making no promises for this season.
Mirko Vucinic will undergo tests on Tuesday after picking up a slight muscle problem for Juventus on Sunday.
Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri has defended Robinho from criticism after his recent errors in front of goal.
The 2011 Golden Ball winner will come from Spain’s La Liga after the three-man short-list for the honour was revealed on Monday.
Inter chief Massimo Moratti has made it clear what he expects his struggling club to achieve this season after another loss.
Pavel Nedved is confident that Milos Krasic has a future with Juventus. “We’ll wait for him to return,” said the club official.
Juventus have rejected speculation that they considered selling Claudio Marchisio during the summer transfer window.
Arturo Vidal was impressed by how his Juventus side overcame Cesena’s barricade on Sunday afternoon.
Sebastian Giovinco has admitted that he hopes his performances at Parma will eventually earn him a move to a big club.
Milan superstar Zlatan Ibrahimovic insists he doesn’t need a Golden Ball to prove how good a player he is.
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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.”