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Sunday September 11 2011
Serie A: Post-Match Comments

Juventus 4-1 Parma

Antonio Conte: Comments

Franco Colomba: “We gave far too much space to a strong side that was full of enthusiasm in its new stadium. We will try to learn from this defeat.”

Catania 0-0 Siena

Vincenzo Montella: “We gave our all on the field, but it was difficult to find spaces. We had several players who were not in peak physical condition. This season we hope to get a few more away victories.”

Giuseppe Sannino: “I am happy because I saw the lads work very hard. We earned a valuable and important point that boosts morale.”

Chievo 2-2 Novara

Domenico Di Carlo: “The game changed with Gennaro Sardo's dismissal and we paid a heavy price for defensive errors. We still have to improve in midfield.”

Attilio Tesser: “In the second half we put in a great performance and fully deserved the point. There was also a clear penalty that we were not awarded.”

Fiorentina 2-0 Bologna

Sinisa Mihajlovic: “I am happy with the performance, less so the chances we wasted. The team showed great character and its own solid identity.”

Pierpaolo Bisoli: “Despite the defeat, we put in a good game, playing right to the end without giving up. We've got to continue along this path.”

Genoa 2-2 Atalanta

Alberto Malesani: “It went well today, as we weren't good, but capable. Atalanta certainly played better than we did, so we must be more reactive.”

Stefano Colantuono: “It was an excellent first half performance and the final result was accurate. Maxi Moralez is a player of great talent.”

Lecce 0-2 Udinese

Eusebio Di Francesco: “We conceded far too easily. The reaction in the first half was good, but we made too many mistakes and paid the price.”

Francesco Guidolin: “It was a good performance. We got off to a strong start, showing the same attitude as last season. It's a solid opening to the campaign and gives us confidence.”

Roma 1-2 Cagliari

Luis Enrique: Comments

Massimo Ficcadenti: “We waited and took the first chance that we created in the second half. That is where we built the victory from.”

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