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Saturday April 23 2011
Serie A: Post-Match Comments

Roma 1-0 Chievo

Vincenzo Montella: “It was one of our best performances. We played good football throughout the match.”

Stefano Pioli: “We wanted to approach this game differently and keep it under control. We didn't manage that and immediately went a goal down.”

Bari 0-1 Sampdoria

Bortolo Mutti: “I feel alone, a bit like Don Quixote. We played with fear and the team really struggles in the final third.”

Alberto Cavasin: “We dedicate this victory to President Riccardo Garrone, who during the week was in ill health. Now we are ready for the final sprint.”

Bologna 0-2 Cesena

Alberto Malesani: “This is precisely the situation we wanted to avoid. The team gave everything it had when it was fighting against relegation and has now turned off the light.”

Massimo Ficcadenti: “It could've gone even better. We're in a good position, but Sampdoria and Parma victories took a bit of the shine off this day.”

Cagliari 1-2 Fiorentina

Roberto Donadoni: “Fiorentina deserve credit for having more belief in their scoring opportunities, turning their chances into goals.”

Sinisa Mihajlovic: “I think my team played well and deserved the victory. We came here with the right attitude.”

Genoa 4-2 Lecce

Davide Ballardini: “Genoa created more, even if at the end Lecce could've scored and opened up the game again. Overall I'd say we deserved the win.”

Gigi De Canio: “It's nothing strange, as this is the campaign and exactly what we expected. We allowed others to make the most of our mistakes.”

Inter 2-1 Lazio

Leonardo: Comments

Edy Reja: Comments

Palermo 2-1 Napoli

Delio Rossi: Comments

Walter Mazzarri: Comments

Udinese 0-2 Parma

Francesco Guidolin: Comments

Franco Colomba: “It is a very important result and the lads are doing so well. They are giving it their all, but we're not safe yet.”

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