NEWS

Inter director Luis Figo tells the squad “the time has come for the players to prove they are not finished” against Olympique Marseille.
Inter have a 4-4-1-1 system in Marseille this evening with Mauro Zarate out wide and Wesley Sneijder behind Diego Forlan.
Francesco Lodi’s penalty and a great performance by goalkeeper Juan Pablo Carrizo earned Catania a surprise 1-0 win away to Siena.
Mario Beretta is the new Cesena Coach after replacing the sacked Daniele Arrigoni. “Our first objective is to get off the foot of the table.”
As reports continue to swirl around that Edy Reja has resigned, the media are drawing up a list of potential replacements for Lazio.
Lazio may be in turmoil with Edy Reja reportedly resigning, but Atletico Madrid Coach Diego Simeone insists they need “concentration” in tomorrow’s match.
Massimo Ambrosini will have to wait until the end of the season before being told whether he will be handed a new contract at Milan.
There is chaos at Lazio after boss Edy Reja is understood to have resigned as Coach of the capital outfit.
Fabio Cannavaro believes hometown club Napoli will need to score in the return leg of their Champions League tie at Chelsea.
There is still plenty of life left in the current Inter squad, insists technical director Marco Branca.
Thiago Silva says he would welcome the arrival of Arsenal striker Robin Van Persie at Italian giants Milan.
Milan have defended Zlatan Ibrahimovic after his car struck a woman outside of the club’s training ground on Tuesday.
January signing Amauri is confident that he will soon start scoring goals following his move to Fiorentina.
Fiorentina will be without January signing Ruben Olivera for their next three games after his dismissal against Bologna.
Wesley Sneijder is ignoring the growing speculation regarding his future at Italian giants Inter.
Milan’s Thiago Silva admits that he has been surprised by Juventus’ emergence as a Scudetto contender this season.
The Gazzetta dello Sport is today claiming that Fabio Borini of Roma will be included in the next Italy squad.
Atalanta boss Stefano Colantuono insists that Simone Padoin is of Juventus quality following his January move.
Devis Mangia says he is proud to see his name linked with Genoa – but feels it is unfair on current boss Pasquale Marino.
Luca Castellazzi is on stand-by should Julio Cesar be ruled out of tonight’s Champions League game against Marseille.
Juventus boss Antonio Conte will reportedly use a 3-5-2 formation against Milan – but who will play up front?
Atalanta’s Andrea Consigli has played down speculation that he could break into the Italy squad for Euro 2012.
Only Barcelona and Real Madrid are better than Napoli in the Champions League, says Morgan De Sanctis.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Petr Cech admits Chelsea’s defensive errors were “exactly what we didn’t want to do” by playing to Napoli’s strengths.
Edinson Cavani reveals how Branislav Ivanovic “helped” him score in Napoli’s 3-1 victory over Chelsea.
Walter Mazzarri watched Napoli’s triumph over Chelsea in the hotel, but rushed to the stadium to celebrate with his squad. “Shame we didn’t get a fourth.”
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis hailed “this magical night” and is confident they “can play without fear” away to Chelsea too.
Andre Villas-Boas was frustrated at Chelsea’s defensive errors in Naples, but insists they can “turn this tie around” in the second leg.
Ezequiel Lavezzi “expected a victory” over Chelsea, but warned Napoli that “it is not over yet. We need to score at least a goal in London.”
Ezequiel Lavezzi bagged a brace and Edinson Cavani scored a bizarre goal, as Napoli fought back to crush Chelsea 3-1 in the Champions League.
Lazio have left Miroslav Klose out of their already-decimated squad to face Atletico Madrid in the Europa League.
Napoli’s Three Tenors take on Chelsea tonight in the Champions League, who start with Didier Drogba.
Bologna pushed past Fiorentina 2-0 with Alessandro Diamanti and a spectacular Gaston Ramirez backheel flick, but Ruben Olivera saw red.
Claudio Ranieri urged Inter to “turn the tide” in their Champions League trip to Olympique Marseille, relying on “the adrenaline of the big occasion.”

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