Proenca for Galatasaray-Juve
The referee for the crucial Champions League match Galatasaray-Juventus will be Pedro Proença.
Mancini: 'Juve won't miss Pirlo'
Roberto Mancini doubts Juventus will miss Andrea Pirlo too much in Tuesday’s Champions League showdown with Galatasaray.
Benitez: 'Too many Napoli errors'
Rafa Benitez admits Napoli shot themselves in the foot against Udinese and “cannot be happy,” but trusts they can beat Arsenal.
Benitez: 'Napoli, ignore Arsenal'
Rafa Benitez wants Napoli to “focus only on Udinese” ahead of their Champions League showdown with Arsenal.
Hamsik back for Arsenal clash?
Napoli face a must-win clash with Arsenal next week in the Champions League, and they could do so with Marek Hamsik in the side.
Juve fans didn't stab Copenhagen man
Danish police claim the Copenhagen fan stabbed in Turin ahead of the Juventus match was injured in an altercation with other Danes.
Castan eyes Champions League
Leandro Castan says Roma’s primary target this season is to finish in the top three – not win the Scudetto.
Mancini looks to Juventus clash
Roberto Mancini has called for the fans to spur Galatasaray on to victory in their final Champions League group game against Juventus.
Chiellini: 'Juve have Euro regrets'
Giorgio Chiellini can’t help but feel “regret” that Juventus are still fighting for qualification after beating Copenhagen.
Llorente: 'Juve not qualified yet'
Fernando Llorente is glad of the 3-1 win over Copenhagen, but warned Juventus “aren’t qualified yet.”
Conte: 'Destiny in Juve's hands'
Antonio Conte assured Juventus “will play to win” in Istanbul after beating Copenhagen 3-1. “Our destiny is in our hands.”
Vidal: 'My first ever hat-trick!'
Arturo Vidal celebrated his first hat-trick, a Juventus victory over Copenhagen and the imminent arrival of a daughter.
Bonucci feared Danish scrambles
Leonardo Bonucci explained Juventus difficulties defending against Copenhagen and in breaking them down.
CL: Vidal hat-trick revives Juve!
Arturo Vidal’s hat-trick gave Juventus a 3-1 victory over Copenhagen, so they’ll qualify with a point in Istanbul.
Marotta: 'Win by any means'
Juventus director Beppe Marotta praised Paul Pogba, but warned tonight they must beat Copenhagen “by any means necessary.”
Juventus have Carlos Tevez, Fernando Llorente and Arturo Vidal for their must-win Champions League tie with Copenhagen.
Kaka: 'I play with a smile'
Ricky Kaka reveals he is playing “with a smile on my face” at Milan after earning a standing ovation at Celtic Park.
Reports Copenhagen fan stabbed
Danish media are reporting four Copenhagen fans were attacked in Turin this morning ahead of the Juventus game.
Jacobsen: Juve a top team
Copenhagen captain Lars Jacobsen has warned that his men are up against ‘a top European club’ in Juventus this evening.
De Jong hopes Milan kick on
Nigel De Jong has called for his Milan team to kick on after their win over Celtic in the Champions League last night.
Conte has Juventus XI doubts
Juventus boss Antonio Conte will field a 3-5-2 against FC Copenhagen on Wednesday, but he does have a few doubts about his starting XI.
Lennon: 'Celtic weren't outplayed'
Celtic manager Neil Lennon didn’t “think we were outplayed” despite a 3-0 mauling at the hands of Milan.
Abbiati: 'Milan alive and kicking'
Christian Abbiati is pleased Milan “proved we’re alive and kicking” with a 3-0 demolition of Celtic.
Pandev: 'Napoli lack belief'
Goran Pandev thinks Napoli “certainly need more belief” after a 3-1 defeat to Borussia Dortmund.
Allegri: 'It's the same Milan'
Massimiliano Allegri insists Milan’s performance against Celtic wasn’t that different from recent setbacks.
Benitez: 'Penalty changed everything'
Rafa Benitez felt “the penalty changed everything” after Napoli were flattened 3-1 by Borussia Dortmund.
Zapata: 'My goal at last!'
Cristian Zapata finally got his first goal for Milan and hailed “a great victory” at Celtic Park.
CL: Borussia beat Napoli
Napoli lost 3-1 to Borussia Dortmund, meaning even a victory over Arsenal might not be enough to stay in the Champions League.
CL: Milan crush Celtic Park
Ricky Kaka was inspirational and Mario Balotelli also scored as Milan crushed Celtic 3-0, their first Glasgow win since 1969.
Milan rely on Mario Balotelli and Kaka for their Champions League crunch match at Celtic Park tonight.
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