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Sunday March 6 2011
Serie A: Post-Match Comments

Sampdoria 2-3 Cesena

Director of sport Doriano Tosi: Comments

Massimo Ficcadenti: “We made life difficult for ourselves at the end, but the game looked to be sealed when we went 3-0 up and we had the chance to score even more.”

Bologna 2-2 Cagliari

Alberto Malesani: “It was a very deserved draw considering how the game panned out. This is a fantastic squad and it's a shame there was that tension at the end. Marco Di Vaio is our hero.”

Roberto Donadoni: “We started out badly, but got the match back on track and it's a pity we conceded so late in the day. Europe? We won't make calculations, let us just focus on winning.”

Chievo 0-0 Parma

Stefano Pioli: “The attitude and focus impressed me, but the state of the pitch does not really allow us to pass with quality. It remains an important point, as we had to end the string of defeats.”

Pasquale Marino: “The team is in good shape and we saw that today. There were important players missing, but the substitutes ensured the stars were not missed.”

Fiorentina 3-0 Catania

Sinisa Mihajlovic: “It's an important victory. We've been doing well over the last few games, despite the continual emergency due to injuries. I guess my criticism of Adrian Mutu helped spur him on to this brace.”

Diego Simeone: “I was unable to tell the players what I wanted from them today. It's a shame, but the responsibility is all mine.”

Inter 5-2 Genoa

Leonardo: Comments

Assistant manager Regno: “It is an issue of mentality. We knew that Inter would react, but clamming up is just not our style.”

Napoli 0-0 Brescia

Walter Mazzarri: Comments

Beppe Iachini: “It was a great performance, we answered Napoli blow for blow and could have won it. We've got to continue with this level and believe in our comeback.”

Udinese 1-0 Bari

Francesco Guidolin: Comments

Bortolo Mutti: “Udinese are a very strong side, but today they were wise not to underestimate us. It's a pity we didn't bring home any points, as it's very difficult for us to get out of this situation.”

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