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Sunday May 8 2011
Serie A: Post-Match Comments

Palermo 2-1 Bari

Delio Rossi: “Fabrizio Miccoli's penalty error says a lot about the masochistic nature of this squad. We simply cannot get the maximum result with the minimum effort.”

Bortolo Mutti: “We played with character, keeping the ball and pushing forward. This is why I am angry at defeat. We've got to be more clinical in front of goal.”

Roma 0-0 Milan

Vincenzo Montella: “Milan deserved the Scudetto because they were the most consistent throughout the campaign and have strong players who follow their Coach. We tried to take the initiative, but couldn't break the deadlock.”

Massimiliano Allegri: Comments

Bologna 0-0 Parma

Alberto Malesani: “We need to wait for the result in Genoa to see what the safety mark really is. Up to 44 points, nobody can say they are truly safe...”

Franco Colomba: “We attacked early on, then Bologna came out of their shell, but this result doesn't solve anyone's problems. It does maintain our positive run and gives a new push to the team, so that's fine.”

Brescia 1-2 Catania

Beppe Iachini: Comments

Diego Simeone: “We are not yet mathematically safe, but today we did what we had to do. The victory was important and I am happy for the lads.”

Cagliari 0-2 Cesena

Roberto Donadoni: “I am very upset at the poor second half performance and above all it is disrespectful towards our fans. The supporters deserve more from these players.”

Massimo Ficcadenti: “We managed to take the initiative, even if we started a little tense. We're not safe yet and have to continue with this attitude.”

Inter 3-1 Fiorentina

Leonardo: Comments

Sinisa Mihajlovic: “We had many scoring opportunities that we couldn't put in the back of the net. The first half was decided by incidents going Inter's way, but admittedly they were the better team.”

Lecce 2-1 Napoli

Gigi De Canio: Comments

Walter Mazzarri: Comments

 

Udinese 2-1 Lazio

Francesco Guidolin: Comments

 

Edy Reja: Comments

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