WHAT THE PAPERS SAY...
Thursday 4 October 2012

Pharaoh-onic

Milan re-awake with the exploits of Abbiati and the masterpiece by El Shaarawy

Fifth goal in 10 days for the Rossonero who with a great goal signed off the victory against Zenit (3-2)

Victory secured by the No 1: “My hands still hurt from Hulk’s shots”

And Balotelli saves Mancini at the end

Four Italians take to the field tonight, but do we really believe?

Strama changes Inter again

In Baku with a four-man defence, Napoli will start with their reserves, Lazio will play without Ledesma and Klose

But there is Udinese who will re-launch Di Natale against Liverpool

Suspicious contracts. Finance police at Napoli’s HQ

Prosecutors are looking into the signings of Lavezzi, Datolo and Chavez

Here are Milan again!

Champions League, a great victory in Russia (3-2). And now the derby

Spalletti’s Zenit beaten with a late own goal

Super El Shaarawy and Abbiati

Allegri: “Ready for Sunday”

Balotelli saves City. PSG fall, Real OK

The Juve city is born

A €41m investment for club headquarters, pitches, hotel, homes and cinema

Roma chaos: The details of Baldini’s outburst

The squad is confused, this is how the director general puts himself on the front line: “The head of the fish stinks, we must stay calm”

Europa League – Italy in search of other guarantees

Lazio at the Olimpico await Maribor

Di Natale back for Udinese at Liverpool

Inter rest Milito and Cassano

Mazzarri trusts: “The real Napoli”

Finance police in the offices of the Azzurri and FIGC: “But everything is OK”

Agnelli: “Fans, I don’t understand you”

The President responds to the discontent from the Bianconeri supporters:

“I’ve read a lot of reasons… The prices? Second tier”

Goodbye to Vinovo. This is how the Juve area is born

Financial police at Napoli HQ, what a storm

Blitz at the FIGC too. Tonight a Euro match in Eindhoven

Euro Inter in Baku but thinking of the derby

Also Liverpool-Udinese and Lazio-Maribor

Allegri, Milan still has pride

Balotelli OK, Ibra KO

Toro are ready to tie down Brighi

Plebiscito: You don’t sell Ogbonna