NEWS

Parma midfielder Marco Parolo is hoping his form will be good enough to be involved in the World Cup next summer.
Fernando Llorente is confident Juventus will get the result they need at Galatasaray to reach the last 16 of the Champions League.
Domenico Berardi will not feature against Juventus next weekend – the club who co-own him – after the Sassuolo man was booked.
Giovanni Trapattoni says he will continue his coaching career with an international side – possibly a World Cup 2014 qualifier.
Inter sporting director Piero Ausilio says the club will only sign players in January if they are able to reduce the size of their squad.
Javier Zanetti was left frustrated with Inter’s inability to beat Parma at home on Sunday evening.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Samir Handanovic “takes responsibility” for Inter’s 3-3 draw with Parma and explained what happened with his howler.
Walter Mazzarri believes Inter’s 3-3 draw with Parma and slowdown in results are “players feeling the pressure.”
Roberto Donadoni praised Parma’s attacking attitude against Inter, but warned “it’s needed against less prestigious sides too.”
Inter had to fight back twice in a spectacular 3-3 San Siro draw with Parma, as Rodrigo Palacio and Nicola Sansone bagged braces.
Antonio Cassano returns to face Inter at San Siro and hopes Parma can take another prestigious scalp.
President Silvio Berlusconi believes he is the key to solving Milan’s problems. “The team needs my help.”
Giampiero Ventura celebrated his Toro century, but Vladimir Petkovic brushed off rumours.
Eusebio Di Francesco tried to reassure Sassuolo and Eugenio Corini warned Chievo aren't out of danger yet.
Sinisa Mihajlovic was pleased with Sampdoria's spirit, but Gigi De Canio lamented psychological pressure.
Andrea Mandorlini saw a dominant Verona side, but Stefano Colantuono blasted the referee.
Both Diego Lopez and Gian Piero Gasperini had to comment on the controversial red card.
Vladimir Petkovic feels Lazio need “to believe more” after defeat at Torino and dismissed “speculation” over his bench.
Uruguay international Edinson Cavani is excited to face Italy in the World Cup. “They are one of the best.”
Lazio’s crisis goes from bad to worse with defeat at Torino, Verona and Cagliari dramatic comebacks, Sampdoria and Chievo revivals continue.
Rudi Garcia was glad to see Mattia Destro back on the scoresheet against Fiorentina and warned “Roma are in the Scudetto race.”
Mattia Destro couldn’t contain his joy at scoring Roma’s winner over Fiorentina on his comeback. “I couldn’t take it anymore.”
Vincenzo Montella felt Fiorentina “played on a par with Roma and either side could’ve won” after their 2-1 defeat.
Mattia Destro scored on his Roma comeback for an exhilarating 2-1 victory over Fiorentina, but Miralem Pjanic saw red.
The referee for the crucial Champions League match Galatasaray-Juventus will be Pedro Proença.
Stefano Colantuono believes Atalanta’s visit to Hellas Verona today “can be the turning point.”
Roma have Francesco Totti back on the bench and Adem Ljajic against his old club as Roma host Giuseppe Rossi’s Fiorentina.
Sampdoria have been transformed under Sinisa Mihajlovic and wants them “attacking and aggressive” against Catania.
Former South African leader Nelson Mandela will be remembered ahead of every Serie A game today.
Roberto Mancini doubts Juventus will miss Andrea Pirlo too much in Tuesday’s Champions League showdown with Galatasaray.
Gigi Buffon warned England goalkeeper Joe Hart he should leave Manchester City if he wants to be at the World Cup.
There are reports Milan are challenging Lazio for the signature of Murat Yakin if he leaves Basel in January.
Miroslav Klose warned Lazio fans he will probably turn down a contract extension. “I’ve received other offers.”
Antonio Cassano must wear a mask to protect his fractured nose, but Parma boss Roberto Donadoni notes “he really cares about taking on Inter.”

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