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Roma director Mauro Baldissoni hopes they will get into a “vicious cycle of victory” against Juventus.
Roma attacking midfielder Adem Ljajic is under investigation by UEFA for his celebration after scoring against Feyenoord.
Roma winger Gervinho has called on UEFA to impose sanctions after Feyenoord fans threw an inflatable banana at him.
Francesco Totti wrote an open letter to Roma fans ahead of tomorrow’s Juventus showdown. “We’ve been waiting for this.”
Andrea Ranocchia said Inter “understand what Roberto Mancini wants” now, so don’t fear Fiorentina or Wolfsburg.
Roma President James Pallotta does not seek ‘revenge’ against Juventus and insists the Scudetto race is still open.
Rafa Benitez looks ahead of Dynamo Moscow and warns Napoli need “a lot of work to tame Torino.”
Vincenzo Montella said Fiorentina will “enjoy” their upcoming clashes with Inter and Roma. “We give our best when having fun.”
Mario Gomez said he finally feels “myself again” at Fiorentina, so targets victory over Inter and Roma in Europe.
Marek Hamsik is pleased Napoli picked Dynamo Moscow in the Europa League, as he’ll face Tomas Hubocan.
President James Pallotta says Roma are ‘ready’ for Juventus and predicts a ‘fun, great game’ against Fiorentina.
President Erick Thohir admits Wolfsburg are a 'really strong' team but still backs Inter, whilst discussing future 'top player' Mauro Icardi.
Roma Coach Rudi Garcia admits that playing against Fiorentina in the Last 16 ‘hardly feels like the Europa League’.
Napoli’s sporting director Riccardo Bigon warns that the Europa League tie with Dynamo Moscow is not a formality.
Inter director Marco Fassone admits that Wolfsburg were ‘one of the strongest in the draw’ after drawing them in the Europa League.
Roma CEO Italo Zanzi says he’s pleased to have drawn Fiorentina in the Europa League, because it minimises travel.
The five Serie A sides remaining in the Europa League have learnt who they’ll face, with an all-Italian tie between Roma and Fiorentina.
UEFA has announced that Russian and Ukrainian teams will be kept apart during this afternoon’s Europa League draw.
Five Italian clubs will learn who they face in the Last 16 of the Europa League when the draw takes place this afternoon.
Rudi Garcia says his Roma side needs to find some consistency, but praised last night’s Europa League win.
Torino President Urbano Cairo thought back to “10 years ago after bankruptcy” after eliminating Athletic Bilbao.
Feyenoord Coach Fred Rutten said fans had “harmed the club,” but denied racism and blamed the referee for defeat to Roma.
Giampiero Ventura couldn’t help but be proud of Torino’s “ambition” to beat Athletic Bilbao. “We made history.”
Rafa Benitez praised Napoli solidity after beating Trabzonspor for a fifth consecutive European clean sheet.
Rudi Garcia said Roma “could’ve opened a shop” with the objects hurled by Feyenoord fans. “The victory was deserved.”
Athletic Bilbao manager Ernesto Valverde admits he’s impressed by Torino after a shock elimination.
Daniele De Rossi felt Roma deserved victory against Feyenoord, even if “it’s shocking to concede against 10 men.”
Celtic manager Ronny Deila criticised the referee after their slender 1-0 Europa League defeat to Inter.
All five Italian clubs go into tomorrow’s Europa League Round of 16 draw and there will likely be a ‘derby.’
Adem Ljajic and Gervinho gave Roma a 2-1 win over Feyenoord, though Dutch fans caused play to be suspended.
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