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Andrea Stramaccioni praised Inter for their remarkable 3-2 comeback in Catania and assured Antonio Cassano will be back. “Who would’ve bet on us?”
Fiorentina scraped victory over Chievo, Antonio Di Natale ended his goal drought, while Bologna scored three cracking goals.
Inter completed an amazing comeback from 2-0 down to win 3-2 in stoppages with Rodrigo Palacio bagging a brace.
Torino rattled the woodwork and missed a couple of sitters, so Palermo held out for a 0-0 draw on Gian Piero Gasperini’s comeback.
Inter are forced to reshuffle after the Antonio Cassano row, so Tommaso Rocchi starts in their head-to-head for Europe with high-flying Catania.
Cristian Chivu said Inter are above all irritated that the row between Antonio Cassano and Andrea Stramaccioni got out.
Juventus striker Nicklas Bendtner has been arrested in Copenhagen for DUI and driving the wrong way up a main road. “I take full responsibility.”
Inter take on Catania this afternoon, but President Antonino Pulvirenti reveals he’d love to sign Esteban Cambiasso as Coach one day.
Lazio director Igli Tare complained bitterly after a 3-0 defeat to Milan. “Refereeing errors proved decisive in this game.”
Juventus snapped up Paul Pogba from Manchester United, but it’s now rumoured Manchester City want to bring him back to England.
Siena have a relegation dogfight with Atalanta this afternoon and Coach Beppe Iachini insists they “mustn’t feel the pressure.”
Francesco Guidolin is not taking success for granted against Pescara, as he warns Udinese “need to be careful and concentrated.”
Gian Piero Gasperini returns to the Palermo bench and revamps the team again in a relegation dogfight with Torino.
Newspapers are still speculating over what caused Antonio Cassano’s huge row with Andrea Stramaccioni, including Jose Mourinho.
Chievo Coach Eugenio Corini is not fooled by Fiorentina’s stuttering form and warns “they are not having problems.”
Roberto Donadoni has injury concerns and poor form to contend with as Parma take on Sampdoria. “We must try to turn the tide.”
Giampaolo Pazzini bagged a brace against Lazio and has 12 goals this season, but admits “I always have to prove myself” at Milan.
Torino go into a relegation dogfight with Palermo in the early kick-off and Coach Giampiero Ventura warns “we demand respect.”
Inter go to Catania without Antonio Cassano in a battle for Europe, while Roma aim to end Genoa’s revival this evening.
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Massimiliano Allegri believes Milan “deserve to be in third place” and the win over Lazio could be decisive.
Lazio Coach Vladimir Petkovic couldn’t help but grumble after a 3-0 defeat. “All the incidents went Milan’s way.”
A Giampaolo Pazzini brace helped Milan to a 3-0 victory over Lazio and sees them leapfrog into third place, but Antonio Candreva’s dismissal proved costly.
There are reports Antonio Cassano will receive a heavy fine and stall contract talks after he was dropped by Inter for a blazing row with Andrea Stramaccioni.
Milan assistant manager Mauro Tassotti feels Lazio need to be respected, though Stephan El Shaarawy has recovered to start.
Stephan El Shaarawy and Giampaolo Pazzini lead the way as Milan welcome third-placed Lazio in practically a Champions League play-off.
Vincenzo Montella told Fiorentina that criticism “is healthy and helps us to grow even more” ahead of Sunday’s match with Chievo.
Gian Piero Gasperini is back at Palermo just 19 days after his dismissal and says he was recalled because “I’m the right person to get us kick-started.”
Marek Hamsik insists Napoli can still win the Scudetto even after last night’s 1-1 draw with leaders Juventus.
After initially refusing to be released on house arrest, Cagliari President Massimo Cellino has now left prison after 16 days in custody.
Runaway leaders Sassuolo suffered a shock home defeat to bottom of the table Grosseto, so Livorno closed the gap to seven points.
Italy and Zenit defender Domenico Criscito has confirmed he “will need surgery” for a snapped anterior cruciate ligament.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini admits he is “feeling the stress” as Gian Piero Gasperini returns to the bench against Torino.
Napoli have announced Miguel Angel Britos will go under the knife on Monday to reduce a jaw fracture he sustained during the 1-1 draw with Juventus.
Inter will face Tottenham in the Europa League next week and it’s reported they’ll take the opportunity to discuss an offer for Aaron Lennon.

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