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Sunday February 6 2011
Serie A: Post-Match Comments

Bologna 1-0 Catania

Alberto Malesani: “We suffered for these three points and the lads won it with their heart. In my view, the man of the match was Diego Perez, as he worked in every position and was extraordinary.”

Diego Simeone: “Things never go our way. We were set out well from the start, then the red card changed everything. Even then, we didn't take the chances that we did create.”

Brescia 2-0 Bari

Beppe Iachini: “It was a difficult game to read and my team interpreted it very well. We ran a few risks, but were forced to keep pushing in order to close the match.”

Giampiero Ventura: “We dominated the game, but if you don't put it in the back of the net, then you could say the problem is the Coach. It'll be tough to avoid relegation, but I continue to believe.”

Genoa 1-1 Milan

Davide Ballardini: “We fought and played a good game, so I am happy. I liked the way the team defended, but we need to be more efficient in attack.”

Massimiliano Allegri: Comments

Lazio 1-1 Chievo

Edy Reja: “Chievo are a tough side to beat and they really clammed up well. They had half a shot on target and managed to take away a point. I am nonetheless satisfied by the performance.”

Stefano Pioli: “Lazio forced us to defend, but we managed to hold on tight. In terms of spirit of sacrifice and quality, my players deserved the point.”

Lecce 2-4 Palermo

Gigi De Canio: “If we fight to avoid relegation, then it means keeping our concentration for 90 minutes. We did not manage to do that, partly because there is a lack of experience.”

Delio Rossi: Comments

Napoli 2-0 Cesena

Walter Mazzarri: Comments

Massimo Ficcadenti: “The game was in the balance until the 90th minute and it's never easy to play in Naples. From Parma down we are all in the relegation battle, so it's going to be tough.”

Parma 1-1 Fiorentina

Pasquale Marino: “You could see the desire to get out of a negative spell, we created numerous chances and did very well after the break. I think the penalty was generous.”

Sinisa Mihajlovic: “Adrian Mutu is a great player and he needs to win back our faith in him. Today the lads worked very hard, it's just a shame we fell away in the second half.”

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