What the papers say...
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Astori: 'Italy made mistakes'
Davide Astori concedes Italy “made a lot of mistakes” in their 2-2 draw and praised Armenia’s forwards.
Rossi: 'Emotional comeback'
Giuseppe Rossi felt “huge emotion” at his first Italy appearance in two years and would “suffer” a social media ban.
Insigne: 'Indescribable emotion'
Lorenzo Insigne felt “indescribable” emotions playing in Naples, but rues his close shaves against Armenia.
Florenzi: 'Italy deserved win'
Alessandro Florenzi scored his debut senior Italy goal in a 2-2 with Armenia, but felt “the result does not reflect the match.”
Prandelli: 'Embarrassing start'
Cesare Prandelli saw a good performance from Italy after an “embarrassing opening 20 minutes” against Armenia.
Armenia hold error-prone Azzurri
Alessandro Florenzi and Mario Balotelli had to fight back twice for Italy’s 2-2 draw with Armenia, which concludes World Cup qualifying.
Fiorentina 'wouldn't swap' with Juve
Fiorentina director Daniele Pradè insists he “wouldn’t swap” his team or Coach Vincenzo Montella with Juventus.
Dani Osvaldo, Lorenzo Insigne and Andrea Pirlo start as Italy play their final 2014 World Cup qualifier against Armenia.
Azzurri outline social media rules
FIGC Vice-President Demetrio Albertini confirms Italy will “work with the players” to agree limits on social networking.
Vicini: 'Roma not good enough'
Former Italy Coach Azeglio Vicini believes Serie A leaders Roma “don’t have what it takes to win the Scudetto.”
Gomez: 'Rossi one of the greatest'
Mario Gomez revealed he’s closer to a comeback for Fiorentina and called Giuseppe Rossi “one of the greatest strikers in the world.”
Arsenal and Spurs track Hernanes
Arsenal and Tottenham are among the clubs tracking Hernanes, as a contract extension with Lazio seems unlikely.
Leonardo ready for Inter job
On the day Erick Thohir buys 70 per cent of Inter, Leonardo has his ban quashed on appeal, so could join as director of sport.
Verona mourn Vice-President
Hellas Verona are mourning the death of Vice-President Giovanni Martinelli after a long illness.
Gomez targets Italian return
Reports in the Italian Press claim that Alejandro Gomez could leave Metalist Kharkiv and join Fiorentina.
Albiol & Higuain back for Napoli
Rafael Benitez has been given some good news ahead of their tantalising League clash with Roma this weekend.
Pogba: I'm happy at Juve
Paul Pogba has insisted that he is committed to Juventus, despite rumours that he could leave the club in the summer.
Bologna to replace Pioli?
Bologna have lined up three candidates to potentially replace Stefano Pioli, according to reports.
Official: Thohir takes over at Inter
Inter have released a statement officially confirming that Indonesian businessman Erick Thohir has taken a 70 per cent majority share in the club.
El Shaarawy: I'll be back for Barca
Stephan El Shaarawy has revealed that he should be back and fit enough to face Barcelona on November 6.
Gasperini: We have a good group
Gian Piero Gasperini believes he has all the right ingredients to do well at Genoa this season.
Rebic: Fiorentina are a top club
Fiorentina striker Ante Rebic has commented on his first few months in Italy, admitting that the Viola are a ‘top club’.
Gastaldello: It's been a bad start
Sampdoria defender Daniele Gastaldello has admitted that the start of the season has been a ‘difficult’ one for the club.
'No social networking at WC'
Cesare Prandelli has confirmed that during the World Cup social networking will be banned for Italian players.
Thohir hopes deal has 'blessing'
New Inter owner Erick Thohir has made a brief comment about his recent takeover of the Nerazzurri.
Lamela: England is more physical
Erik Lamela has reflected on his early experiences in England following his summer move from Roma to Tottenham.
Reina: Barca? An invention
Pepe Reina has claimed that rumours he is will join Barcelona next summer are just stories ‘invented by newspapers’.
Rami to start Milan training
Adil Rami is expected at Milanello this afternoon to begin training with his new Milan teammates ahead of a move from Valencia.
De Laurentiis expects ‘civil’ game
Aurelio De Laurentiis expects a ‘civil’ game between Derby del Sole rivals Roma and Napoli this Friday evening.
Brits push on for Pirlo
Reports are that clubs from England are pushing hardest to try and turn Andrea Pirlo’s head for next summer.
‘Bundesliga better organised’
Giulio Donati has reflected on the early differences he has noticed between life in Serie A and the Bundesliga.
Llorente or only Tevez for Madrid
Antonio Conte is reportedly planning starting Fernando Llorente alongside Carlos Tevez against Real Madrid next week, or just the Argentine.
Cassano for Inter, not Mazzarri
Antonio Cassano has made clear he hopes that Inter do well this season, but that his opinion of Walter Mazzarri has not changed.
‘Totti didn’t need call-up now’
Italian Football Federation chief Giancarlo Abete has hinted that Francesco Totti is indeed in contention for a spot at the World Cup next summer.
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