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Sunday February 13 2011
Serie A: Post-Match Comments

Bari 0-0 Genoa

Bortolo Mutti: “We were tense when stepping on to the field. It's a shame our goal was disallowed, as another two points would've been very useful. In any case, the draw is an important result.”

Davide Ballardini: “We should've been far more efficient in front of goal, as this was a game we could have won. We were lacking the right hunger and determination for the victory.”

Brescia 0-2 Lazio

Giuseppe Iachini: “We didn't play badly, but were penalised by the few errors we did make. We should always look ahead with optimism.”

Edy Reja: Comments

Cagliari 4-1 Chievo

Roberto Donadoni: “The lads interpreted the game very well and the concentration right from the start was an important sign. This team has quality.”

Stefano Pioli: “Cagliari deserved it. We had a good start, but were unable to find the right reaction when going behind. We gave in too easily.”

Catania 3-2 Lecce

Diego Simeone: “It was a strange game and we didn't play very well, especially in the first half. But we won, proving real character.”

Gigi De Canio: “We really have a lot to complain about with regards to the refereeing, but I prefer not to cause controversy. This defeat was most definitely undeserved.”

Cesena 0-3 Udinese

Massimo Ficcadenti: “It was a good game, but Antonio Di Natale's goal unbalanced the tie. We didn't manage to convert our chances and you pay for that.”

Francesco Guidolin: “It is a magic moment, as things are going really well for us. While it lasts we will be here, so we'll just take it day by day without thinking too hard about the table.”

Sampdoria 3-1 Bologna

Mimmo Di Carlo: “We came away from a truly terrible week. The team united and we proved our true worth, but let us not think that we've resolved our problems.”

Alberto Malesani: “The game was ruined in the opening 15 minutes, when we conceded three goals. We played on level terms after that, but obviously could've done better.”

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