NEWS

Udinese director Fabrizio Larini has denied the Pozzo family are interested in buying out Watford.
Emiliano Mondonico feels it’s a battle of desperation on Sunday. “Inter are like a wounded beast, but my Novara needs points too.”
Torino and Sampdoria got back on track, while Reggina won a five-goal thriller against Empoli, but more games were snowed off.
Milan have Stephan El Shaarawy and Robinho leading the way in their head-to-head battle for second place with Udinese.
Bologna President Albano Guaraldi explains why Sunday’s game with Juventus had to be called off.
Lecce have officially sold defender Souleymane Diamoutene to Levski Sofia, announced the club.
Claudio Ranieri has Wesley Sneijder back against Novara and believes Inter’s 4-0 defeat at Roma was “inexplicable. A total black-out.”
Italy Coach Cesare Prandelli says he “agrees with Fabio Capello” over his decision to quit the England job. “There was something more behind it.”
Antonio Conte said Juventus were ready to play in Bologna before it was snowed off and blasted Milan. “Clubs and players must set an example.”
Gian Piero Gasperini spills the beans on his disastrous Inter experience, from broken promises to Mario Balotelli and what the club really think of their players.
Bologna-Juventus and Parma-Fiorentina have officially been called off due to blizzards.
Diego Armando Maradona has confessed he’d “love to become the Napoli Coach,” but is prevented from doing so by a 1980s indiscretion.
Cagliari President Massimo Cellino claims he makes a profit from his club “and anyone who doesn’t is an inefficient idiot.”
Catania have learned they will be without Alessandro Potenza for the rest of the season after he damaged knee ligaments.
Amauri has not scored yet for new club Fiorentina and admits “every night I dream of my first goal in a Viola jersey.”
Prepare for all the Week 23 games, including today’s big Udinese-Milan battle for second place and two Monday night matches.
Pasquale Marino returns to face his first Serie A club Catania this weekend and tells Genoa they need to step up their away form despite injuries.
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Francesco Guidolin is not convinced that Milan are weak going into their Week 23 clash with Udinese on Saturday night.
Roberto Mancini has voiced his support for Fabio Capello in the wake of his resignation as England manager this week.
Enrico Preziosi believes Genoa striker Alberto Gilardino will be out of action for anything up to a month, after he suffered a calf injury yesterday.
Fiorentina have been handed a boost going into their Week 23 clash with Parma with the confirmation that Stevan Jovetic is fit to take part.
Juventus’ trip to Bologna is at an ever-increasing risk of being postponed this weekend as a blizzard has hit the Emilia-Romagna region.
Paolo Cannavaro has called on his Napoli teammates to take games to their opponents, rather than wait to fall behind before playing their best football.
Davide Ballardini insists that he bears no grudges towards Maurizio Zamparini ahead of welcoming his Palermo side to Cagliari in Week 23.
Simone Padoin believes that Antonio Conte is a quieter and more flexible Coach at Juventus, in comparison to his days in charge at Atalanta.
The father of Reto Ziegler, currently on loan at Fenerbahce, doesn’t think his son has a future at Juventus.
The agent of Emanuele Giaccherini believes that Juventus won’t have any problems in signing him outright at the end of the season.
Milan tactician Massimiliano Allegri has dismissed talk of a crisis at the club ahead of their tie at Udinese.
Milan sporting director Ariedo Braida insists that his club have no need for Udinese goalkeeper Samir Handanovic.
Fabio Capello has blamed his England exit on a “misunderstanding” after speaking to a satirical Italian TV show.
Juventus have defended Giorgio Chiellini after he was attacked by Milan for his comments about Zlatan Ibrahimovic in midweek.
Thiago Motta sent Inter President Massimo Moratti a text message requesting that he be allowed to join Paris Saint-Germain.
Palermo will be without their top scorer Fabrizio Miccoli when they face Cagliari in Serie A on Saturday.
Sebastian Giovinco of Parma will become a first team regular for the Italian national side, says Amauri.

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