WHAT THE PAPERS SAY...
Saturday 18 November 2017

The grand manoeuvres of Italian football

Tavecchio under siege, Ancelotti pressured

The President prepares reforms

Phone call from Berlusconi

Febrile hunt for a CT: Carletto in pole, Conte says no

A Super Saturday (to look forward)

Roma-Lazio

A derby worth the Scudetto: what excitement at the Olimpico

Dzeko to end his drought, Immobile beyond pain

Napoli-Milan

The leaders and Montella: tests at the San Paolo

Bianchi: ‘Sarri is the favourite’

Sacchi: ‘A surprise can be done’

The Rossoneri owners

The New York Times casts shadows over Mr Li: ‘A mine full of doubts’

Tomorrow against Samp and Atalanta

Juve, with Quagliarella the moment of truth begins

Inter with their first choice XI

After the World Cup shock, Serie A returns with two great games

Mertens attacks Milan and lays down the gauntlet to Juve

‘Yes, we are Scudetto material. Sarri is the extra man’

‘A dream Napoli’

Olimpico packed out, a derby that sends shivers

Roma-Lazio like the golden age

Di Francesco recovers Ninja, Inzaghi can breathe easy as Immobile makes it

Ancelotti CT, the whole truth

The Azzurri bench attracts him, but he won’t be a lightning rod

We reveal why Carlo is stalling for time

Juventus: Marotta books Thuram junior

Lilian’s son is 16 years old and is a midfielder in the Monaco youth team

Serie B

Frosinone forward slowly, Avellino snatch a draw at the Stirpe

The early match ends 1-1, provisionally top of the table with Palermo

Let’s start again from A

After the Nazionale disappointment, the league is our only salvation

Look at these games

Roma-Lazio and Napoli-Milan today

Tomorrow Samp-Juventus, Torino-Chievo and Inter-Atalanta

The Derby della Capitale in the spirit of fair play

Napoli guided by Insigne hunting for a record

Allegri warns Juve of the Samp dangers

Toro increasingly defined by Ljajic

Icardi against Papu Gomez: what a duel at San Siro

Milan

Scandal, in the States they are torn to shreds

Atletico-Real

Simeone-Zizou, whoever loses is done for