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Sunday November 28 2010
Serie A: Post-Match Comments

Bari 1-1 Cesena

Giampiero Ventura: “Talking about an emergency situation is a euphemism for us, as we're really forced into our decisions. That penalty was a slap in the face. We reacted well by getting the equaliser and threatening a winner.”

Massimo Ficcadenti: “It is a good point and we leave Bari behind us in the table, plus interrupt the negative streak on our travels. It is a tough campaign for everyone.”

Bologna P-P Chievo

Alberto Malesani: “It's a pity we didn't get to play, as we were prepared and the fans were cheering us on. The atmosphere was great, but the weather turned against us.”

Sergio Pellissier: “We could've played with snowballs… It's a shame, as we'll never know if we could've carried on riding that positive wave.”

Brescia 0-0 Genoa

Beppe Iachini: “We played with the right determination, bringing home a valuable point that is not to be sniffed at. Once again, we deserved more.”

Davide Ballardini: “It was difficult to play in these conditions, but we gave it a go. It's true we don't score very much, but we create a great deal. We have to improve every weekend.”

Cagliari 3-2 Lecce

Roberto Donadoni: “We were too afraid of winning the game and in the second half risked throwing it all away. We are keeping Alessandro Matri until the end of the season.”

Gigi De Canio: “I had offered my resignation, but it was rejected. We've postponed all decisions until Tuesday. I just want what is best for Lecce.”

Lazio 1-1 Catania

Edy Reja: “We tried to create, but Catania were very organised. We had many opportunities without getting more than the one goal. It is nonetheless a point that is acceptable.”

Marco Giampaolo: “It's a shame about the last chance we wasted. It was a good performance and we remained concentrated, but we can still improve.”

Udinese 3-1 Napoli

Francesco Guidolin: “We have reached a fine point in the table, but must stop being so inconsistent. The victory against a top side raises our confidence.”

Walter Mazzarri: “We were facing a strong team and some of our players struggled today. In the second half we had a lot of scoring opportunities, but it just wasn't our day.”

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