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Saturday February 16 2019
Mazzarri: 'Fine the refs, not me!'

Torino Coach Walter Mazzarri insists it’s not his fault that he keeps getting sent off for dissent. “The referees should reflect and pay the fines instead.”

The Granata boss has been dismissed a remarkable four times so far in Serie A this season, but has no intention of changing his ways.

“I am not the one who should reflect on the situation. The referees should reflect and pay the fines instead of me,” said Mazzarri in his Press conference.

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Saturday February 16 2019
Mertens and Verdi back for Napoli

Dries Mertens and Simone Verdi are back in the Napoli squad to face Torino, but Mario Rui remains on the treatment table.

It kicks off on Sunday at 19.30 GMT, click here for a match preview.

You’ll be able to watch the game LIVE if you are in the UK and Ireland on Premier Sports. Click here for more details on how you can get a month’s viewing free.

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Friday February 15 2019
How to watch Napoli vs Torino: Live streaming online or on TV

Napoli will try to keep touch with Serie A leaders Juventus when they host Torino on in Naples on Sunday. The Napoli vs Torino live stream begins at 7.30pm in the UK and Ireland and is available to watch on Premier Sports 2 on TV and live stream. Click here for more!

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Friday February 15 2019
Watch Serie A live and get first month free with Premier Sports

Premier Sports is the home of live Serie A action in the UK and Ireland, with at least six fixtures of every round broadcast until the end of the 2020-21 season.

That means Juventus’ road to a possible eighth-consecutive Scudetto, the Champions League fight between Inter, Roma, Atalanta and Lazio and the relegation scramble at the foot of the table can all be seen, on TV and online through Premier Sports 1, Premier Sports 2, FreeSports and the Premier Player. Click here for more!

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Thursday February 14 2019
Serie A Week 24 referees

The referees for Serie A Week 24 are announced as Fabrizio Pasqua will take charge of the top-four tussle between Atalanta and Milan.

Pasqua has already overseen wins for both sides this season, namely Milan’s 2-1 victory over Genoa in December and Atalanta’s 6-2 demolition of Sassuolo three weeks later.

Elsewhere, Luca Banti is given Lazio’s trip to Genoa, Daniele Doveri will be in position at San Siro for Inter-Sampdoria and Antonio Giua will man Juventus’ visit of Frosinone.

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Wednesday February 13 2019
Aina set for Toro stay

Torino will reportedly exercise their €10m option to buy Chelsea full-back Ola Aina this summer.

According to La Stampa, Toro have seen enough to warrant keeping Aina beyond his season-long loan.

The 22-year-old has grown into a key player for the Granata, making 22 appearances in all competitions.

Aina was called up for Antonio Conte’s first Chelsea preseason in 2016 but failed to kick on at Stamford Bridge.

He also has seven caps for Nigeria, despite representing England at youth level.

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Tuesday February 12 2019
Fiorentina fined for Napoli chants

Fiorentina have been fined €12,000 for insulting chants towards Napoli fans during their 0-0 draw in Serie A on Saturday.

The FIGC’s sporting judiciary found Fiorentina supporters guilty of ‘repeated territorial insults’ at the Artemio Franchi.

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Sunday February 10 2019
Sirigu spot-kick specialist

Torino goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu has become a real spot-kick specialist, saving five of the last seven Serie A penalties he’s faced.

The veteran was on his toes again in today’s 1-0 win over Udinese, as he parried a Rodrigo De Paul penalty that would’ve equalised.

It’s not entirely a new experience, because Sirigu has now kept out five of the last seven Serie A spot-kicks that were taken against him.

The former Paris Saint-Germain goalie just turned 32 last month.

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Sunday February 10 2019
Liveblog: Serie A Sunday

Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s Serie A games, including Sassuolo-Juventus, Atalanta-SPAL and Milan-Cagliari.

If you are on a mobile device or tablet, then follow the Liveblog HERE.

We begin at 11.30 GMT with a relegation tussle between Sinisa Mihajlovic’s revitalised Bologna and a Genoa side finding their form with Antonio Sanabria.

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Sunday February 10 2019
Udinese furious at VAR rulings

Udinese director Daniele Pradè was furious after they had two goals disallowed in the defeat to Torino. “The decisions were absurd.”

The Friulani were beaten 1-0 by an Ola Aina header and saw Rodrigo De Paul’s penalty saved by Salvatore Sirigu.

When they did have the ball in the net twice, VAR intervened to rule Kevin Lasagna was offside, even though on the second occasion he did not make contact.

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