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Thursday October 4 2018
Reina: ‘Can’t wait for San Siro’

Milan goalkeeper Pepe Reina “can’t wait” to make his San Siro debut, and discusses his new life away from “the chaos of Naples”.

The Spaniard joined the Rossoneri on a free transfer this summer when his Napoli contract expired, and is expected to be in goal for the Europa League match with Olympiakos tonight.

“I’ve experienced it as an opponent many times,” Reina pointed out in his interview for the match program.

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Thursday September 20 2018
Reina: 'Milan journey starts here'

Pepe Reina makes his Milan debut in the Europa League against Dudelange. “If we want to get back to past glories, we start the journey here.”

It kicks off at 20.00 UK time (19.00 GMT), click here for the line-ups and LIVEBLOG.

“I thank the Coach for his kind words, but it has been a wonderful experience so far even if I haven’t played yet,” the goalkeeper told Sky Sport Italia.

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Thursday September 20 2018
Line-ups: Dudelange-Milan

Pepe Reina gets his Milan debut and Gonzalo Higuain leads the attack in their Europa League visit to Dudelange in Luxembourg.

It kicks off at 20.00 UK time (19.00 GMT) at the Stade Josy Barthel.

Follow the build-up and action as it happens from this game and Lazio-Apollon Limassol on the LIVEBLOG.

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Wednesday September 19 2018
Gattuso: 'Beware of Dudelange'

Gennaro Gattuso warned Milan not to “underestimate” Luxembourg side Dudelange in the Europa League, as Pepe Reina and Gonzalo Higuain start.

It kicks off in Luxembourg on Thursday at 20.00 UK time (19.00 GMT), as they are in the same group as Olympiacos and Real Betis.

“We start from 0-0 and must not underestimate them just because it is their European debut,” warned Gattuso on Sky Sport Italia.

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Wednesday September 19 2018
Milan revolution for Europa League

Milan will reportedly change almost their entire starting XI for tomorrow’s Europa League game against Dudelange.

The Rossoneri get their European campaign underway in Luxembourg tomorrow night, with Suso, Patrick Cutrone and Mateo Musacchio all unavailable.

According to Sky, Coach Gennaro Gattuso will rotate almost his entire team, with Pepe Reina coming in for Gianluigi Donnarumma in goal.

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Thursday September 13 2018
Reina tops Premier League chart

Current Milan goalkeeper Pepe Reina has the highest clean-sheet percentage in the history of the Premier League.

FourFourTwo crunched the numbers for the clean-sheet ratio of every Premier League goalie since 1992, as long as they had at least 50 appearances.

Reina came out on top thanks to his time at Liverpool from 2005 to 2013, in which he racked up 285 Premier League games and 134 clean sheets.

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BLOG ITALIA
Thursday September 13 2018
Napoli evolution, not revolution

Napoli do not need a revolution, but rather a gradual evolution, as Carlo Ancelotti cannot afford any further experiments, writes Vilizar Yakimov.

One - this is the number of Serie A games Jose Maria Callejon missed during Maurizio Sarri’s three years at Napoli. The Spaniard’s importance to Sarri’s gameplay has never been doubted, but the fact the only game that the 31-year-old missed was due to suspensioneven furtherhighlights how highly the ex-Partenopei Coach thought of the winger.

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Sunday August 26 2018
Comeback or crumble?

Do Napoli deserve more credit for fighting back or Milan largely take the blame for fumbling a 2-0 lead? Richard Hall on a dramatic Stadio San Paolo clash.

It was a comeback of epic proportions, but the way it came may leave Milan asking themselves questions. Carlo Ancelotti’s Napoli came from behind against Lazio in Week 1 and did the same against the Rossoneri, showing quality and character in doing so.

Gennaro Gattuso’s men had started brightly, but were undone by their insistence to follow a plan that had stopped working. The defeat leaves the away side asking many questions, whilst the Neapolitans are finding their feet under their new boss, albeit in dramatic fashion.

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Saturday August 25 2018
Liveblog: Napoli-Milan

Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens when Napoli take on Milan with numerous reunions and subplots.

It kicks off at the Stadio San Paolo at 19.30 UK time (18.30 GMT).

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

This is a reunion for so many figures, from Carlo Ancelotti with his old club to former player Gennaro Gattuso, to Gonzalo Higuain returning to Naples with Pepe Reina.

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Saturday August 25 2018
Hamsik: 'Napoli is my home'

Marek Hamsik feels Napoli is now his home, described the transition from Carlo Ancelotti to Maurizio Sarri and Scudetto ambitions. "It's the ideal environment."

This is his 11th consecutive campaign at the Stadio San Paolo and the 31-year-old has been in Italy since the age of 17 with Brescia.

“Brescia noticed me in Slovakia and that club has always been a hotbed of talent, just look at Andrea Pirlo. I made my Serie A debut when I wasn’t yet 18,” Hamsik told the Corriere dello Sport.

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