NEWS

Ciro Ferrara rues Sampdoria's inexperience, while Walter Mazzarri sees a matured Napoli.
Inter hope to end their San Siro curse tonight with Antonio Cassano and Diego Milito, but they welcome a Fiorentina in stunning form.
Gian Piero Gasperini and Mimmo Di Carlo admit Fabrizio Miccoli made the difference today.
Vladimir Petkovic felt Lazio dominated for 90 minutes, but Serse Cosmi disagrees.
Massimo Ficcadenti wouldn't speak to the media, but Giovanni Stroppa praised Vladimir Weiss.
Stefano Pioli hailed Bologna's spirit and Rolando Maran felt this game was cursed.
Stefano Colantuono can't believe Atalanta lost 5-1, but Giampiero Ventura feels the win was deserved.
Francesco Guidolin reveals Antonio Di Natale had a row wsomeone else and Gigi De Canio regrets Genoa's lack of attacking intent.
Fabrizio Miccoli admits it was “one of my best days” at Palermo after a sensational hat-trick, including a volley from midfield.
Vladimir Petkovic is pleased that Lazio ended their two-game losing streak. “We’re still not 100 per cent.”
Walter Mazzarri reveals he “studied Juventus and learned” how to squeeze past Sampdoria, then explains why he was so angry at being sent off.
Francesco Guidolin has revealed Antonio Di Natale was frozen out for a locker-room row, “but it wasn’t with me.”
Fabrizio Miccoli scored a sensational hat-trick – including a volley from midfield! – while Ederson got Lazio back on track, Torino and Pescara had shock away wins.
Napoli earned a crucial title-chasing victory at Marassi, ending Sampdoria’s unbeaten record with an Edinson Cavani penalty, but they made hard work of it.
Cesare Prandelli warns Italy “need to renovate” the Nazionale ahead of World Cup qualifiers against Armenia and Denmark.
Napoli look to the Three Tenors for a very difficult trip to face Ciro Ferrara’s unbeaten Sampdoria.
Udinese hit the bar in the opening minute, but overall looked toothless without Antonio Di Natale in their 0-0 against Genoa.
Lazio need to get back on track against giant-killers Siena, but have to do so without leading light Hernanes.
Alexandre Pato has confirmed he won’t make his Milan comeback until after the derby with Inter.
Director Walter Sabatini was hugely critical of Roma after their 4-1 defeat to Juventus. “Many players don’t deserve to wear the shirt.”
Udinese look to Mathias Ranegie against Marco Borriello’s Genoa after a blazing row saw Antonio Di Natale dropped.
An investigation has been launched into Pescara defender Christian Terlizzi’s claim referee Carmine Russo “said he’d send me off at the first chance.”
Daniele Bonera reveals why Robinho refused to thank Milan supporters at the end of their 1-1 draw in Parma.
Andrea Barzagli says Juventus “have even more belief than last season,” which is why they demolished Roma 4-1.
Rolando Maran tells Catania they have to take the same approach against Bologna and not just when they’re the underdogs.
Massimo Ficcadenti tells Cagliari “good performances are not enough anymore” ahead of their relegation dogfight with Pescara.
Serse Cosmi again slammed Siena’s critics and aims to cause another upset against Lazio. “We must never let the tension drop.”
New CEO Pietro Lo Monaco explains why he’s at Palermo for the long-haul. “I invested 10 per cent of my wages into the club.”
The Scudetto race hots up as Napoli visit unbeaten Sampdoria, while Inter tackle on-form Fiorentina.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Alessandro Matri has “taken a weight off” with his first goal since February, but makes a confession too.
Daniele De Rossi tipped his hat to Juventus, warned Scudetto talk around Roma is harmful, but has “no regrets” about staying.
Director Walter Sabatini lambasted the Roma players and Zdenek Zeman after their Turin mauling. “Perhaps we over-valued some players.”
Juventus goalkeeping coach Claudio Filippi took charge of post-match comments and gave the credit to Antonio Conte.
Zdenek Zeman held his hands up after Roma’s 4-1 demolition in Turin. “Juventus were clearly superior for the entire match.”

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