Barzagli: We should have sat back
Andrea Barzagli says he was partly to blame for the late equaliser Juventus conceded in the 2-2 draw with Galatasaray.
Conte: 'Juve face uphill struggle'
Antonio Conte realises Juventus face “an uphill struggle” in the Champions League after a 2-2 draw with Galatasaray.
Bonucci: 'It was my mistake'
Leonardo Bonucci took the blame for Galatasaray’s opening goal, but insisted Juventus “ran very few risks.”
Mancini: 'It wasn't a penalty'
Roberto Mancini feels Galatasaray would have won had Juventus not been given a penalty that was “shall we say strange....”
Quagliarella: 'I thought we'd won'
Fabio Quagliarella admits he thought he had scored the Juventus winner against Galatasaray. “They had just two shots on goal.”
Juve give away Galatasaray point
Juventus paid for defensive errors, as they were trailing Roberto Mancini’s Galatasaray, winning and eventually held to a 2-2 draw in Turin.
Mancini: 'I expect a tough battle'
Roberto Mancini expects “a tough battle” on his Galatasaray debut at the Juventus Stadium in Turin.
Carlos Tevez has shaken off an ankle injury to start with Paul Pogba, as Juventus host Roberto Mancini’s Galatasaray.
Start was disastrous, says Inler agent
Gokhan Inler’s agent has called Napoli’s performance against Arsenal yesterday ‘disastrous’.
Juventus probable XI v Galatasaray
Mirko Vucinic and Carlos Tevez are set to be named in the Juventus starting XI against Galatasaray on Wednesday.
Melo still fond of Juventus
Galatasaray’s Felipe Melo will take on former club Juventus this evening – an outfit who he still has an affection for.
Poli not looking for excuses
Milan’s Andrea Poli has dismissed the idea that tiredness was a factor in their 1-1 draw at Ajax on Tuesday.
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De Boer: 'Balotelli created theatre'
Ajax Coach Frank De Boer accused Mario Balotelli of “creating theatre” for Milan’s last-gasp penalty.
Inler: 'Napoli lacked concentration'
Gokhan Inler feels Napoli “lacked concentration in the opening minutes” in a 2-0 defeat to Arsenal.
Arteta and Giroud impressed
Olivier Giroud and Mikel Arteta admit Arsenal played “probably our best 45 minutes” against Napoli.
Montolivo: 'Milan too deep'
Riccardo Montolivo concedes Milan were “a little too deep” against Ajax and they need Mario Balotelli.
Wenger: 'Arsenal were outstanding'
Arsene Wenger praised Arsenal for an “outstanding game” and particularly the “fantastic” Mesut Ozil after beating Napoli 2-0.
Benitez: 'Confidence was key'
Rafa Benitez maintains Napoli cannot have a suitable Gonzalo Higuain replacement, but “confidence” was key against Arsenal.
Allegri: 'Tactically smart game'
Massimiliano Allegri insists Milan’s defensive first half was a “tactical” decision against Ajax. “It was overall a good performance.”
Hamsik: 'Napoli gifted Arsenal'
Marek Hamsik admits “Arsenal were devastating early on and Napoli were very bad” after a 2-0 defeat.
CL: Milan snatch Ajax point
Mario Balotelli converted a last-gasp penalty to give Milan a point with Ajax after a chaotic finale in Amsterdam.
CL: Napoli collapse to Arsenal
Napoli never recovered from a disastrous opening 15 minutes, as they were beaten 2-0 by Arsenal in London.
Mesto: 'No Arsenal fear'
Giandomenico Mesto assures Napoli face Arsenal “without fear, but the utmost respect” even without Gonzalo Higuain.
Mario Balotelli, Riccardo Montolivo and Robinho start as Milan visit Ajax in the Champions League.
Gonzalo Higuain is not fit to start, so Goran Pandev and Lorenzo Insigne lead Napoli against Arsenal tonight.
Tevez ready for Galatasaray
Carlos Tevez is in the Juventus squad to face Galatasaray on Wednesday night despite an ankle injury.
Mancini: 'Happy to see Tevez'
New Galatasaray Coach Roberto Mancini praised Antonio Conte and will be “very happy to see Carlos Tevez again.”
Bonucci respects Drogba threat
Leonardo Bonucci is aware that his Juventus defence will be tested by the ability of Galatasaray striker Didier Drogba on Wednesday.
Conte worried by Mancini factor
Juventus boss Antonio Conte has conceded that he would have preferred to take on Galatasaray without Roberto Mancini as his opposite number.
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