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Juventus general manager Giuseppe Marotta makes a veiled reference to Napoli, saying ‘human error is part of the game’.
Businessman Alfredo Scaccia is reportedly set to meet with Parma’s administrators, with a view to taking over the club.
Former Roma Coach Fabio Capello has sympathy for Rudi Garcia, saying that it’s ‘difficult’ to win with the Giallorossi.
There are reports that Poe Here Ying Wangsuo, known as Mr Pink, has agreed a deal to take over 75 per cent of Milan.
The final ruling in the long-running Calciopoli trials is expected today, 9 years after the scandal initially broke.
Empoli President Fabrizio Corsi says he doesn’t want to have to replace Maurizio Sarri, but would be ‘happy for him’ if we went to Milan.
Today's front page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Vincenzo Montella complained Fiorentina were “naive” to draw 2-2 with Udinese, but really need this Serie A break.
Stefano Pioli admits the break for international duty “is bad timing” after Lazio’s sixth consecutive victory.
Roberto Mancini felt Inter’s 1-0 defeat to Sampdoria was “absurd. We deserved to win and were left empty-handed.”
Rafa Benitez gave an extremely sarcastic post-match interview, following on from Napoli’s protest in the 1-1 draw with Atalanta.
Sinisa Mihajlovic was impressed by Inter, but admits “nobody expected” Sampdoria to be fourth with 10 games to go.
Rudi Garcia said Daniele De Rossi deciding Roma’s 1-0 victory at Cesena was “a good sign.”
Napoli released a statement claiming the referee “falsified the League” in their 1-1 draw with Atalanta.
Daniele De Rossi ended Roma’s disastrous run of results, securing a 1-0 victory away to Cesena.
Duvan Zapata rescued a point for Napoli against 10-man Atalanta after another defensive howler.
Eder stunned Inter for Sampdoria to leapfrog Napoli, who were held by 10-man Atalanta, while Fiorentina stalled and Roma held off Lazio’s challenge.
Roma are in crisis and risk being overtaken by Lazio in second place, but Rudi Garcia makes surprise changes in Cesena.
Napoli need to get their Serie A campaign back on track, but host their old Coach Edy Reja’s Atalanta.
It’s a massive Marassi reunion with Sinisa Mihajlovic, Samuel Eto’o, Roberto Mancini and Mauro Icardi facing their past.
It’s a huge Serie A Sunday night with Sampdoria-Inter, Cesena-Roma, Lazio-Verona, Napoli-Atalanta and more.
Juventus midfielder Stefano Sturaro is added to the Italy Under-21 side for friendlies against Germany and Serbia.
There are reports Arsenal will meet Palermo to discuss Paulo Dybala, though the player would prefer Juventus.
Carlos Tevez insists Juventus would’ve preferred Real Madrid or Barcelona to Monaco in the Champions League.
Mattia Perin has pulled out of international duty, so Federico Marchetti is called against Bulgaria and England.
Gian Piero Gasperini said Genoa put in “the performance we wanted” against Juventus, even if it ended in defeat.
Max Allegri warned Juventus “haven’t won anything yet” after beating Genoa to go 17 points clear of Roma.
Gigi Buffon admits it was “frankly unthinkable” that Juventus would be doing so well this season under Max Allegri.
Giorgio Chiellini said Carlos Tevez is “transformed on match day” after Juventus saw off Genoa 1-0.
A Carlos Tevez scorcher off the bar gave Juventus the 1-0 win over Genoa, though Apache also saw a penalty parried.
Maurizio Sarri praised Empoli for beating Sassuolo and setting a new eight-match unbeaten Serie A record.
Eusebio Di Francesco was disappointed that Sassuolo lost to Empoli by conceding “such naive goals.”
Beppe Marotta pointed out Juventus beat Borussia Dortmund “without Paul Pogba,” but denied negotiations.
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani insists getting current top scorer Jeremy Menez on a free transfer “was absolutely my idea.”
Riccardo Saponara scored two and created another as Empoli beat Sassuolo 3-1, leapfrogging the Neroverdi.

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