Sunday November 7 2010
Serie A: Post-Match Comments

Bari 2-3 Milan

Giampiero Ventura: “There were signs of improvement and we found the net after a long drought, but we concede goals too easily. There is still too much anxiety and I need to work on that aspect.”

Massimiliano Allegri: Comments

Fiorentina 1-0 Chievo

Sinisa Mihajlovic: “We believed in the three points right to the end and deserved the victory despite the many absences. I saw the right spirit.”

Stefano Pioli: “We would've deserved something from this game. We didn't allow the Viola many chances and in the end had three important opportunities to equalise.”

Juventus 3-1 Cesena

Gigi Del Neri: Comments

Massimo Ficcadenti: “The penalty was non-existent, I only saw Leonardo Bonucci's arm holding Pellegrino. I do not understand the referee's decision. It was a decisive incident.”

Lazio 0-2 Roma

Edy Reja: Comments

Claudio Ranieri: Comments

Napoli 2-0 Parma

Walter Mazzarri: “Our second choice players are improving and proved their importance to the side. If we didn't have the strain of the Europa League, we'd have more Serie A points.”

Director Pietro Leonardi: “I apologise to all the fans and take all the responsibility for our bottom spot. The team will now go into a pre-match ritiro training camp.”

Sampdoria 0-0 Catania

Mimmo Di Carlo: “There was great intensity and we never allowed Catania any chances. It's a shame we couldn't get the victory, but if we keep playing like this then the wins will come.”

Marco Giampaolo: “We played our game despite the injury problems and got an important result. Was Giuseppe Mascara angry? Everyone has to serve the cause.”

Udinese 1-1 Cagliari

Francesco Guidolin: “It is a result we must accept, as Cagliari played very well. We were sharp at the start, but there was a drop in concentration levels.”

Pierpaolo Bisoli: “It is a good point, but we were missing something in terms of ruthlessness. We also had the chances to go 2-0 up, so it was a solid performance.”

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