Gianni Munari “would have liked to continue playing," but has retired due to fitness problems and joined the Parma directorial staff as a talent scout.
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Antonio Conte saw “an important response” to Inter’s Champions League defeat, as they fought back to beat Verona. “We’re going beyond the rosiest expectations.”
Ivan Juric believes Verona “gave everything” in a 2-1 defeat to Inter, as his only regret is not making more of counter-attacks.
Nicolò Barella said his winner against Verona was “the best goal of my career” after giving Hellas credit for causing Inter problems.
Verona had been in front at San Siro with a Valerio Verre penalty, but Inter turned it around thanks to Matias Vecino and a Nicolò Barella stunner.
Beppe Marotta insists Inter and Antonio Conte “share common objectives” for the January transfer market and beyond. “I did not expect to be one point off Juventus.”
Valentino Lazaro admits “it wasn’t easy in the beginning, there were a lot of new things and I worked hard to adapt” to his new life at Inter.
Inter again rely on Lautaro Martinez and Romelu Lukaku, with Matias Vecino in midfield, as they host surprisingly high-flying Verona.
Inter are down to the bare bones again as they host high-flying Hellas Verona, with Valentino Lazaro and Matias Vecino likely to start.
Stefano Sensi's injury woes continue after he was ruled out of Inter's Serie A match with Verona tomorrow.
Inter boss Antonio Conte insists his post-Borussia Dortmund rant was “simply a constructive address. I have faith in my players.”
Ivan Juric apologised for the racist chants towards Mario Balotelli last weekend and said his Hellas Verona have been affected by the “few guilty.”
In a disturbing twist, Brescia ultras released a statement defending Hellas Verona fans after racist abuse and calling Mario Balotelli “arrogant.”
The referees for Serie A Week 12 have been announced, with Fabio Maresca given Juventus-Milan on Sunday.
Lilian Thuram is shocked by Verona’s reaction to the racist abuse aimed at Mario Balotelli, calling coach Ivan Juric “a very dangerous person who should be suspended.”
New Brescia coach Fabio Grosso is excited at getting the "big opportunity" of his first Serie A management job.
Mario Balotelli explains why he “had to react” to racist abuse in Verona. “I am Italian. It’s already happened to my daughter too.”
Verona patron Maurizio Setti claims his club have been made a “scapegoat” as their chief operating officer is “perplexed” by the partial stadium ban for racism.
The FIGC has officially applied for Serie A clubs to be awarded five substitutions in matches.