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Juventus have again made it clear that they do not intend to sell Milos Krasic during the January transfer window.
Simone Pepe has underlined how important last night’s 3-3 draw with Napoli was for Juventus. “It feels like a win.”
Marcelo Estigarribia believes he’s proved a point after starting and scoring for Juventus in Tuesday’s 3-3 draw at Napoli.
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Parma fell to a shock 2-0 home defeat against Verona, while Novara conquered Catania 3-2 in the Coppa Italia.
Antonio Conte hailed the Juventus heart to come back from 3-1 down in Naples. “I am proud to coach these lads.”
Walter Mazzarri couldn’t help but be disappointed after a 3-3 draw with Juventus. “I really thought we’d won it at 3-1.”
Alessandro Matri concedes Juventus did well to fight back, but “we must never repeat that first half again.”
Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi confirms “I will be the Milan President again.”
“We cannot get this game wrong,” warned Napoli defender Hugo Campagnaro before stepping out against Juventus.
Marcelo Estigarribia and Goran Pandev step into the starting line-ups for tonight’s rescheduled Napoli-Juventus.
Cagliari’s injury woes continue, as Brazilian striker Nene has been ruled out for four to five months.
President of the Players’ Association Damiano Tommasi admits “homosexuality in football is still taboo and I wouldn’t recommend coming out.”
Massimo Moratti insists the Calciopoli roundtable talks are “not to judge on the past, but to forget and move on. We won’t give Juventus any gifts.”
Juventus transfer target Zdravko Kuzmanovic “would like to return to Italy, as many clubs are tracking him.”
Genoa captain Marco Rossi asked Gennaro Gattuso and Antonio Cassano to make the trip with Milan after their recent health scares.
Marcelo Estigarribia could get his first start for Juventus tonight. “I doubt he’ll be afraid in Naples,” said fellow Paraguayan Edgar Barreto.
Maurizio Zamparini has revelled in beating former Coach Delio Rossi on Sunday and also given his thoughts on Alexandros Tzorvas’s situation.
Claudio Terzi has called on Siena to return to a less expressive style of play if it means they start picking up points again.
Reports are emerging detailing the finer points of Erik Lamela and Pablo Daniel Osvaldo’s clash that led to the latter’s fine and suspension.
Cagliari President Massimo Cellino has apologised for imposing a news blackout in the wake of his team’s 1-1 draw with Bologna.
UniCredit’s Paolo Fiorentino has again intimated that the best route for Roma to raise money through investment comes from the Asian market.
Napoli will be without the injured Edinson Cavani in Tuesday’s Serie A showdown against Juventus, reports are suggesting.
England boss Fabio Capello thinks the Scudetto will either be won by Milan, Juventus or Napoli this season.
Chievo Verona veteran Stefano Sorrentino still dreams of joining a big club before he hangs up his gloves.
Genoa claim they have rejected a request from Milan to swap Stephan El Shaarawy with Alexander Merkel.
Darko Kovacevic was on the scoresheet and Edwin Van Der Sar in goal when Juventus last went to Napoli in Serie A and won.
Udinese boss Francesco Guidolin is expecting a two-horse race for the Italian championship this season.
Antonio Di Natale has told Italy boss Cesare Prandelli that he’s available for Euro 2012 if needed.
Train journeys can sometimes be dull. What you need to help pass the time is the singing Milan trio of Alexandre Pato, Thiago Silva and Robinho.
Paris Saint-Germain could hijack Tottenham’s proposed January move for forgotten Juventus man Amauri.
Adrian Mutu has admitted that past mistakes may have cost him the chance to win the Golden Ball.
Manuel Pasqual has expressed his delight after he finally signed a contract extension at Fiorentina.
Juventus have become the second Serie A club in two days to be paired with a move for Angelo Palombo of Sampdoria.
Veteran Italian tactician Giovanni Trapattoni has signed a new contract with the Republic of Ireland.

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