Sunday December 5 2010
Serie A: Post-Match Comments

Cesena 0-2 Bologna

Massimo Ficcadenti: “We made a grave error on Marco Di Vaio's goal, then too many spaces opened up. Bologna did very well, but there should've been a penalty on Erjon Bogdani.”

Alberto Malesani: “It all worked very well. I am lucky to have Di Vaio in my side, as he is a player who sets the example for the younger elements of the side. Miguel Britos can get even better.”

Fiorentina 1-0 Cagliari

Sinisa Mihajlovic: “There is still work to do, but the team is waking up. I am happy that Adrian Mutu broke his goal drought, but the side still lacks a bit of determination.”

Roberto Donadoni: “I am sorry for my lads, as they deserved more. We were penalised by sitting back too much in the first half.”

Lecce 1-3 Genoa

President Rico Semeraro: “Gigi De Canio is not at risk and if anything we need to be more united that before, or we'll never get out of this dark tunnel. In January we will bring in the first reinforcements.”

Davide Ballardini: “In the first half we were too sluggish, while after the break there was more grit. Andrea Ranocchia will stay at Genoa for the whole campaign.”

Parma 2-1 Udinese

Pasquale Marino: “Hernan Crespo still has the enthusiasm and desire to have fun, but is also a great professional. It's an important victory to climb back up the standings.”

Francesco Guidolin: “It was an entertaining game and we did not deserve the defeat, but we must accept in. Parma were better in the first half, we came out in the second.”

Sampdoria 3-0 Bari

Mimmo Di Carlo: “We pushed from the first minute and created all the scoring opportunities. We wanted to win in order to climb the table, but we can do even better.”

Giampiero Ventura: “The penalty was non-existent and Rossi shouldn't have been sent off. The lads give their all, but we can only really get results when the injury crisis eases.”

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