AZZURRI

FIGC assistant commissioner Billy Costacurta confirms Gigi Di Biagio could be more than just the interim Italy Coach, but “Antonio Conte has pulled out.”
Antonio Cassano labels the idea of him joining a club in China as ‘stupid’ but remains open to playing elsewhere.
Antonio Conte could be sacked if Chelsea lose to Watford on Monday, according to the Daily Express, and replaced by Luis Enrique.
Leonardo Bonucci discussed his son’s illness, leaving Juventus for Milan, a close call with Zenit, the future as a Coach and dealing with trolls.
Francesco Totti has still got it, as the 41-year-old scored a brace in today’s charity match in Moscow, including a scorching free kick.
Alessandro Costacurta has confirmed that Luigi Di Biagio will take interim charge of Italy, while Antonio Conte “is still a candidate” for CT.
The FIGC’s new commissioner has confirmed that ex-Milan defender Alessandro Costacurta is already working on appointing Italy’s next CT.
Antonio Conte has pulled himself out of the running to become Italy’s next CT. “I have 18 months left on my Chelsea contract and my desire is to fulfil it.”
Carlo Ancelotti could be set for a return to La Liga as Athletic Bilbao are reportedly courting the Italian.
Marcello Lippi admits he ‘certainly’ does not miss Italian football but believes the FIGC’s commissionership “is an opportunity to start from scratch”.
FIGC vice-commissioner Alessandro Costacurta reveals “I’ll go to London to talk to Antonio Conte and Carlo Ancelotti” about the Italy job.
Two major newspapers have made Zenit St Petersburg boss Roberto Mancini the favourite to become Italy’s next CT.
FIGC commissioner Roberto Fabbricini confirms Antonio Conte, Carlo Ancelotti, Claudio Ranieri and Roberto Mancini are the candidates for Italy CT.
New FIGC head Roberto Fabbricini isn’t sure Luigi Di Biagio will lead Italy in the March friendlies - “it’s premature to say”.
Alessandro Costacurta, the new sub-commissioner of the FIGC, names Roberto Mancini as a possible CT for Italy.
Giovanni Malago reveals the FIGC will be under a commissionership for at least six months, meaning commissioners will pick the new Italy CT.
Giampiero Ventura has “a fierce desire” to get back into football, but admits “my Italy adventure was over a minute after losing in Spain”.
Carlo Ancelotti confirms he won’t consider the Italy job until there’s “clarity” within the FIGC and “my goal is to coach a club team”.
Former Italy CT Azeglio Vicini, who led the Azzurri to the Euro 1988 semi-finals and third place at the 1990 World Cup, has died at the age of 84.
Juventus, Inter and Napoli target Bryan Cristante hints he’d prefer a move to the Premier League - “I think it would suit my technical and physical qualities”.
Gabriele Gravina declares “I apologise to all Italians” after the FIGC failed to elect a new President.
The FIGC will be put under a commissionership, as delegates failed to elect a new President this evening.
The FIGC looks set to head for a commissionership, as Cosimo Sibilia asks the amateur clubs submit blank ballot papers.
Damiano Tommasi has been eliminated from the FIGC presidential race, leaving Cosimo Sibilia and Gabriele Gravina to battle it out.
Damiano Tommasi has finished last in the first round of votes for the FIGC presidency, with amateur League chief Cosimo Sibilia leading the way.