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Sunday January 16 2011
Serie A: Post-Match Comments

Cagliari 3-1 Palermo

Roberto Donadoni: “We took an attacking approach, so with this attitude and willingness to fight, our results will come.”

Delio Rossi: “We were silly and sluggish, allowing too much. As for refereeing errors, we're used to them now. We were punished by our lack of grit in the decisive incidents.”

Brescia 2-0 Parma

Mario Beretta: “A good performance crowned by a victory. We needed that after some undeserved setbacks. The lads put in exceptional effort.”

Pasquale Marino: “After the red card we sat back too much and were forced into defence. Unfortunately, playing for an hour with 10 men was decisive.”

Catania 1-1 Chievo

Marco Giampaolo: “It was a good performance for 75 minutes, then we crumbled physically, which was inevitable after our fourth game in 11 days. Sergio Pellissier scored a fantastic goal.”

Stefano Pioli: “We had a great start and conceded with our only distraction. Having found the equaliser, we also went looking for a win.”

Cesena 0-1 Roma

Massimo Ficcadenti: “It's a shame, as we prepared well for this game and were right in there until the goal. In my view it was offside, but we won't cause controversy.”

Claudio Ranieri: Comments

Genoa 2-4 Udinese

Davide Ballardini: “Genoa put in their best performance under my tenure, but we have to be better at defending on the counter-attack. Eduardo? There's nothing to say, these things can happen to anyone.”

Francesco Guidolin: “We were poor in the first half, but after the break we were the Udinese side that we should always be: a team constantly on the attack.”

Juventus 2-1 Bari

Gigi Del Neri: Comments

Giampiero Ventura: “It is a defeat that really hurts, as we played extremely well. Considering the qualities we showed, we can fight to stay in Serie A right to the end.”

Lazio 1-0 Sampdoria

Edy Reja: “Libor Kozak has great talent and always responds positively when called. The team was a little tense, but the important thing is getting the three points.”

Mimmo Di Carlo: “We were penalised for our only mistake, as this game should've ended 0-0. We have to turn this trend around and be more solid.”

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