NEWS

Roma winger Gervinho has called on UEFA to impose sanctions after Feyenoord fans threw an inflatable banana at him.
It’s reported that failure to win next Saturday’s match with Verona will see Pippo Inzaghi replaced on the Milan bench by Mauro Tassotti.
Parma captain Alessandro Lucarelli slams the FIGC and Carlo Tavecchio, saying that regulations aren’t sufficient to protect clubs.
Giorgio Chiellini says tonight’s clash with Roma will not be decisive for Juventus in the Scudetto race, despite the possibility of a 12 point lead.
Today's front page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Rafa Benitez gave an extremely tense post-match interview, hinting the referee was to blame for Napoli’s defeat to Torino.
Giampiero Ventura said Torino are now “mature” after a tough start and studied Napoli to get tonight’s win.
Kamil Glik said Torino completed “the perfect week” after beating Athletic Bilbao and Napoli in three days.
Kamil Glik gave Torino a prestigious 1-0 victory to badly damage Napoli’s hopes of getting second place.
Maurizio Sarri felt 0-0 did not reflect the game, though Palermo and Empoli did deserve a point each.
Mimmo Di Carlo hailed a “perfect performance” from Cesena to beat Udinese with Alejandro Rodriguez’s header.
Stefano Colantuono felt Atalanta were “hit hard psychologically” by Sampdoria’s equaliser and went on to lose.
Andrea Stramaccioni was “furious” with Udinese after defeat to Cesena and cancelled their day off as punishment.
Nenad Tomovic was taken to hospital with head trauma, while Khouma Babacar and Stefan Savic have muscular problems.
Vincenzo Montella praised Mohamed Salah’s “extraordinary form” after Fiorentina ended their Inter curse.
Napoli can temporarily go into joint second place, but first visit a Torino side that is on incredible form.
Roberto Mancini “regrets” starting Lukas Podolski rather than Xherdan Shaqiri in Inter’s defeat to Fiorentina.
Mohamed Salah struck again as Fiorentina ended their 15-year San Siro taboo despite facing Inter with nine men.
Napoli can catch Roma in second place, but they face a Torino side unbeaten in 11 Serie A games.
Douglas Maicon and Seydou Doumbia are among the Roma players who miss tomorrow’s clash with Juventus.
Eusebio Di Francesco said Sassuolo’s injury crisis proved costly in a 3-0 defeat to Lazio.
Sampdoria Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic said Luis Muriel “reminds me of Ronaldo” after victory against Atalanta.
Beppe Iachini felt the only thing Palermo lacked against Empoli was a goal. “We weren’t precise.”
Stefano Pioli celebrated Lazio’s “deserved” 3-0 win at Sassuolo and said this bodes well for the future.
President Giampietro Manenti has for the first time declared himself “open to selling” Parma.
The upcoming Serie A fixture changes for Weeks 27-29 and Coppa Italia semi-final dates have been announced.
Paul Pogba and Arturo Vidal are in the Juventus squad travelling to Roma, but Stefano Sturaro misses out.
Inter and Fiorentina go head-to-head for European places just days after progressing on the continent.
Lazio smashed Sassuolo, Sampdoria turned things around to beat Atalanta, Cesena sank Udinese and Palermo-Empoli was inexplicably goal-less.
Follow all the action as it happens from a showdown for European places between Inter and Fiorentina.
After one point from five rounds, Gianfranco Zola refused to consider resigning as Cagliari Coach.
Andrea Mandorlini believes Verona’s victory at Cagliari can be “fundamental” for their season. “Long live Luca Toni!”
Luca Toni and Juanito Gomez Taleb gave Verona a huge 2-1 victory away to Cagliari, whose hopes of safety slide.
Rudi Garcia joked he suffered “divine punishment” for promising Roma the Scudetto, but still believes they can beat Juventus.
Join us to follow all the Sunday afternoon action as it happens with Sassuolo-Lazio, Palermo-Empoli, Atalanta-Sampdoria and Cesena-Udinese.

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