NEWS

Marco Fassone has backed Walter Mazzarri to continue at Inter and explained further the ‘soft revolution’ underway under Erick Thohir.
Speculation is that Kevin Strootman has suffered knee ligament damage to rule him out of the rest of the season with Roma and the World Cup.
Diego Godin believes that Atletico Madrid must remain cautious of Milan and face their midweek encounter ‘like it is a final’.
Adel Taarabt says Milan have no fear in facing Atletico Madrid tomorrow evening and he sees no reason why the Rossoneri cannot ‘dominate’.
Diego Simeone has urged Atletico Madrid to take control of their game against a Milan side he expects to be at their best come tomorrow.
Adriano Galliani has reflected on the difficulty facing Milan at Atletico Madrid and on the prospect of no European football for the club next season.
Massimo Moratti has listed Inter and Parma as in the fight for fourth spot alongside Fiorentina, after Week 27’s results.
Francesco Totti will reportedly be available for selection for Roma from next week, after missing the last month of action.
Alessandro Florenzi says Roma do not feel pressure for second spot, as he admits Juventus in first deserve credit for their season.
Michel Bastos has admitted that to lose Kevin Strootman would be a blow to Roma, even if he believes the squad will remain strong.
Mimmo Di Carlo criticised his Livorno side for putting in a second half display at Sampdoria that turned a 2-0 advantage into a 4-2 defeat.
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There are fears Kevin Strootman suffered ligament damage after spraining his left knee during Napoli-Roma.
Rafa Benitez said Napoli can treasure their victory over Roma, especially as he had to revamp his midfield.
Rudi Garcia explained his unusual tactical choices, felt Roma were “the best team” in Naples and handed the Scudetto to Juventus.
Jose Callejon said “it was too important” for Napoli to beat Roma and they have their sights set on second place.
Roma had several chances to score, but it was a Jose Callejon header that gave Napoli a 1-0 victory, closing the gap to three points.
Javier Zanetti said he will “continue to be a part of Inter,” but not necessarily as a player after meeting Erick Thohir.
Andrea Poli and Mario Balotelli are in Milan’s squad for the Champions League trip to Atletico Madrid.
Napoli director Riccardo Bigon concedes the pressure is on them to beat Roma this evening and it shows in the line-ups.
Radja Nainggolan said Roma “cannot lose tonight” in their head-to-head for second place with Napoli.
It’s second against third as Roma travel to Napoli tonight, where they capitulated in the Coppa Italia last month.
It was a game of two halves as both Sinisa Mihajlovic and Mimmo Di Carlo raged against their teams.
Roberto Donadoni sees an extraordinary Parma campaign and Andrea Mandorlini cursed Verona's luck.
Edy Reja urged fans to stop abandoning Lazio, while Stefano Colantuono saw a deserved Atalanta victory.
Walter Mazzarri wanted more Inter determination and Giampiero Ventura saw too much Torino anxiety.
Eugenio Corini hailed Chievo's proud fightback, but Gian Piero Gasperini had regrets.
Davide Ballardini was disappointed with Bologna and Eusebio Di Francesco pleased to at least get a point.
Parma beat Verona in a head-to-head for sixth place, but Roberto Donadoni isn’t booking his Europa League spot yet.
Walter Mazzarri was still not satisfied with Inter’s performance, as they ‘only’ beat Torino 1-0.
Edy Reja warns it’s “difficult for Lazio to play in these conditions” after a defeat to Atalanta amid a fan protest.
Inter sank Torino and Parma pushed Verona aside for sixth, while Atalanta punished 10-man Lazio and Sampdoria won a six-goal thriller with Livorno.
Antonio Conte admits Juventus are “50 per cent Champions of Italy” after seeing off Fiorentina 1-0.
Vincenzo Montella concedes Fiorentina’s first half performance was “unusual” at the Juventus Stadium.
Kwadwo Asamoah’s fantastic individual goal proved enough for Juventus to beat Fiorentina, though Ryder Matos hit the bar.

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