Inter striker Stevan Jovetic could miss the Derby d’Italia against Juventus due to injury, according to reports.
Sevilla Coach Unai Emery says facing Juventus is ‘a great opportunity to show what we’re capable of.’
Carlos Tevez says he ‘dreamed about returning to Boca’ but that he is ‘suffering to see Juventus like this.’
Giampiero Ventura enjoys Torino sitting eight points clear of Juventus, but saw “bizarre” refereeing decisions against Palermo.
Gigi Buffon told Juventus to “shelve the Scudetto talk for a few months” after losing three of the first six rounds.
Marek Hamsik sees victory over Juventus as a sign of how much Napoli have improved since Rafa Benitez left.
Max Allegri believes Juventus can emerge stronger from their current crisis after defeat at Napoli. “It’s not a funeral.”
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Patrice Evra warned “if someone feels unable to handle difficult moments, then he doesn’t belong at Juventus.”
Maurizio Sarri said the key to getting the best out of Gonzalo Higuain is “tell him to his face what he’s doing well and wrong.”
President Aurelio De Laurentiis believes “this Napoli can go far. I told you to wait for Maurizio Sarri.”
Max Allegri insists Juventus “did what we had to do” and lost to Napoli only because of misplaced passes.
Gonzalo Higuain said Napoli beating Juventus was “like a derby for this city.”
Gonzalo Higuain scored one and set up another as Napoli beat Juventus 2-1, but Lorenzo Insigne was injured.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta assured “we have great faith in the Coach and the squad we’ve put together.”
Pepe Reina said Napoli players “know how much the fans care about this match” against Juventus.
Hernanes said the new Juventus “must prove we haven’t lost the habit of winning” as they visit Napoli.
Napoli and Juventus never have a relaxed fixture anyway, but the pressure is on for tonight’s showdown.
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“I would’ve signed Domenico Berardi if I were Juventus,” confessed Sassuolo Coach Eusebio Di Francesco.