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Friday January 24 2020
Corini: 'Frustrating Brescia defeat'

Eugenio Corini and Brescia found their 1-0 defeat to Milan “frustrating” and felt Sandro Tonali showed his desire to keep growing.

The Rondinelle arguably had the better of the match for long periods, but Gianluigi Donnarumma made several big saves and Ante Rebic came off the bench to score the winner.

It means Brescia could end up bottom of the Serie A table by the end of this weekend.

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Friday January 24 2020
Liveblog: Brescia v Milan

Join us for the build-up and action as it happens from tonight’s Serie A game between Brescia and Milan, as the Rossoneri seek a third straight win.

It kicks off at 19.45 GMT at the Stadio Rigamonti.

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Friday January 24 2020
Lukaku: 'Keep racists out of the stadium'

Romelu Lukaku warned the potential of Serie A is being held back by racism in the stadium. “Sometimes we players have to take matters into our own hands.”

The former Manchester United striker spoke at length to Sky Sports UK and you can read the rest of his comments here.

While Lukaku has embraced his new experience in Italy, there are some areas where Serie A really has to step up and improve, above all clamping down on racism.

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Tuesday January 21 2020
Serie A: Two-match ban for Balo

Serie A handed Brescia star Mario Balotelli a two-match ban and a €10,000 fine after the sending off against Cagliari, whilst eight other players are suspended.

Balotelli came lasted only seven minutes on the pitch after coming off the bench in the 74th minute, as he was first awarded a yellow card for a foul and then another for insulting the referee.

The Diciplinary Commission gave its verdict and decided that the Brescia forward will have to sit out the games against Milan and Bologna, as well as a fine for insulting the match official.

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Monday January 20 2020
Cellino: 'Balotelli pressure on referees'

Brescia President Massimo Cellino feels Mario Balotelli is treated more harshly by referees because “he is so much in the spotlight.”

The striker lasted just seven minutes when coming off the bench against Cagliari on Sunday afternoon.

He received a yellow card for a clumsy, high tackle, then clearly insulted the referee, resulting in a second booking.

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Sunday January 19 2020
Balotelli: 'Opinions change drastically'

Brescia striker Mario Balotelli says that ‘people’s opinions can change so drastically’ after being sent off in the 2-2 draw against Cagliari.

Balotelli was only on the pitch for seven minutes when he received his marching orders for picking up two yellow cards, with the second for insulting the referee.

The striker took to Instagram and posted a message.

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Sunday January 19 2020
Maran: 'Cagliari deserved to win'

Cagliari boss Rolando Maran maintains they were the better side in their 2-2 draw against Brescia. “Robin Olsen only touched the ball nine times in the first half.”

The Sardinian outfit took the lead against the Rondinelle, before falling 2-1 behind, before Joao Pedro levelled the game, and Maran believes his side merited the victory.

“We played well, we created a lot of chances and the build up to our goals was very good,” said Maran in his press conference.

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Sunday January 19 2020
Corini: 'Balotelli red card harsh'

Eugenio Corini felt the Mario Balotelli red card was “harsh” and unnecessary after Brescia were held to a 2-2 draw with Cagliari.

Balotelli came off the bench and lasted just seven minutes until his dismissal at the Stadio Rigamonti.

He received a yellow card for a clumsy karate kick on Fabio Pisacane, then immediately a second booking for insulting the referee.

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Sunday January 19 2020
Balotelli sees red for Brescia

Mario Balotelli lasted seven minutes before his red card for insulting the referee, as Brescia held Cagliari to an ill-tempered 2-2 draw.

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Saturday January 18 2020
Mancini: 'Chiesa not a striker'

Italy coach Roberto Mancini commented on various players in contention for a call up for Euro 2020, and insists Federico Chiesa doesn't play in his correct position. "He's not a striker."

Mancini gave a lengthy interview with former Azzurri coach Arrigo Sacchi, and touched upon multiple issues relating to the national side.

Torino’s Andrea Belotti and Lazio’s Ciro Immobile are firing on all cylinders this season for their respective clubs, and Mancini states that as long as both are still scoring come June, he’s happy.

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