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Friday, October 28, 2011

Serie A

AC Milan
Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri says he is ready to wait until the end of the season before putting pen to paper on a new Rossoneri contract.

AS Roma
AS Roma coach Luis Enrique was happy with Giallorossi's dominating performance against Genoa, and believes his side should have won the game.

Atalanta coach Stefano Colantuono has praised his players in light of their latest impressive performance, as they held Inter Milan to a draw.

Robert Acquafresca said the victory at Chievo that pulled Bologna out of the relegation zone proved the value of his side and of their work.

Cagliari defender Michele Canini, who gave away the penalty to Cesena with a handball, has insisted he was only trying to protect his face.

Catania coach Vincenzo Montella declared it was probably right that he left Roma, who would have sacked him by now due to their poor result.

Cesena midfielder Antonio Candreva has given his public backing to coach Marco Giampaolo and believes it would be a mistake to let him go.

Coach Domenico Di Carlo admitted Chievo were punished by Bologna after failing to convert three to four chances they had in the first half.

It was reported that Fiorentina sports chief Pantaleo Corvino's head is also on the chopping block should the club fail to win this weekend.

Genoa coach Alberto Malesani confessed the win over Roma was a very lucky one, especially as Juraj Kucka's decisive goal came off his knee.

Inter Milan
It has been confirmed that Julio Cesar will miss the Juventus clash after tests revealed the Inter goalkeeper has suffered a thigh strain.

Sevilla are considering an offer for Juventus winger Milos Krasic in the winter market in an attempt to add more creativity to their squad.

Lazio midfielder Stefano Mauri has been ruled out of action until 2012 through injury after suffering a recurrence of an earlier thigh strain.

Mauricio Pinilla scored his second Serie A goal of the season to condemned Lecce to their second away defeat following the match at Palermo.

Ezequiel Lavezzi is relieved after ending his year-long goal drought at the San Paolo and believes Napoli are back to playing their own style.

Attilio Tesser has declared that Novara will 'start from scratch' at the weekend after being critical of his team's performance against Siena.

Mauricio Pinilla scored his second Serie A goal of the season as Palermo registered their fourth home win following the match against Lecce.

Franco Colomba lamented the concession of a quick-fire brace from Antonio Nocerino as being crucial to Parma's 4-1 collapse against Milan.

Siena defender Claudio Terzi was unhappy with his side's naivity in conceding the goal to Novara and warned that they must now beat Chievo.

Udinese coach Francesco Guidolin has conceded that Napoli deserved the win, especially as they came after the result with greater ferocity.

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