NEWS

Dick Advocaat quit as Serbia Coach and one of the contenders to take over is Udinese assistant manager Dejan Stankovic.
Rudi Garcia insists his only regret about Roma this season is the first half against Napoli. “I don’t even regret Bayern Munich.”
There are growing concerns for tomorrow night’s Italy-Croatia match at San Siro, as Milan is hit by flash floods.
Inter adopted a 4-3-1-2 system in Roberto Mancini’s first training session, using Rodrigo Palacio behind Daniel Osvaldo and Mauro Icardi.
Ciro Immobile, Simone Zaza and Manuel Pasqual were tested for Italy’s qualifier against Croatia, as Angelo Ogbonna and Mario Balotelli left.
More bad news for Roma, as Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa has left the France camp with a muscular injury.
Inter CEO Michael Bolingbroke explained the decision to sack Walter Mazzarri and bring in Roberto Mancini.
Roberto Mancini said he’s tactically versatile at Inter, won’t reunite with Mario Balotelli and is excited by the lack of transfer budget.
Roberto Mancini feels he can help Inter with what he learned at Manchester City and Galatasaray. “It’s different to a decade ago.”
Roberto Mancini admits he “never thought I’d come back to Inter, but I believe in this project and it all happened so quickly.”
Juventus could bring back the symbol of three stars on their jersey under pressure from new kit sponsors Adidas.
It’s reported four Inter players were in tears when Walter Mazzarri announced he had been sacked yesterday.
Roberto Mancini has reportedly requested Inter sign the likes of Mario Balotelli, Erik Lamela, Alessio Cerci and Aleksandar Kolarov.
Juventus and Fiorentina target Lukas Podolski again slammed Arsenal and hinted at a January move. “Anything is possible.”
Italian media report Lazio have turned down offers from Arsenal and Liverpool for Keita Balde Diao.
Roberto Mancini’s Inter staff should include Daniele Adani and Josè Duquè, firing Beppe Baresi after 31 years.
Mario Balotelli and Angelo Ogbonna have left the Italy camp due to injury ahead of games with Croatia and Albania.
Greece have sacked Claudio Ranieri after a home defeat to the Faroe Islands, but Giovanni Trapattoni could take over.
Empoli’s Albanian international defender Elseid Hysaj is reportedly a target for Ligue 1 side Lille.
President Erick Thohir “really did not like” sacking Walter Mazzarri, but Roberto Mancini “already knew Inter.”
Roberto Mancini considers “Inter to be my home” and is sure the squad is “superior to the level shown so far.”
Paulo Dybala has grown as a player at Palermo and confirmed he’s in talks to extend his contract with the Rosanero.
Former Inter hero Evaristo Beccalossi believes Walter Mazzarri’s dismissal was “inevitable” and trusts Roberto Mancini to deliver.
Reports are intensifying that Juventus could sell Sebastian Giovinco to Olympiacos in January.
Ex-Inter star Fulvio Collovati trusts Roberto Mancini will bring a “winning mentality,” but Walter Mazzarri wasn’t entirely at fault.
Riccardo Ferri believes Walter Mazzarri had “lost respect” of Inter players, but Roberto Mancini will have problems too.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Claudio Ranieri looks set for the sack after Greece lost to the Faroe Islands, while Albania held France 1-1.
New Inter Coach Roberto Mancini looks to Premier League loans Vlad Chiriches, Matija Nastasic, Fabio Borini, Joel Campbell and Mohamed Salah.
Ex-Inter President Massimo Moratti is “sorry for Walter Mazzarri,” but hiring Roberto Mancini was “necessary.”
Christian Vieri reveals Milan Coach Pippo Inzaghi was hoping Inter wouldn’t change Coach before the Derby.
Roma director Walter Sabatini reveals Zdenek Zeman was his biggest regret, Coppa Italia Final shame and “laughable” refereeing at Juventus.
Domenico Criscito admits it’ll be “even more special returning to the Nazionale in Genoa” against Albania.
Cagliari defender Luca Rossettini said his debut Italy call against Albania is “a dream come true.”
Sampdoria striker Stefano Okaka is “proud of myself for overcoming obstacles” to earn his first Italy call-up.

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