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Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Serie A

AC Milan
Pippo Inzaghi feels that the three-game ban handed to AC Milan teammate Zlatan Ibrahimovic is excessive and hopes they can cover his absense.

AS Roma
AS Roma coach Luis Enrique insists his Giallorossi side cannot dream of the Scudetto just yet because they are still lacking in consistency.

Atalanta winger Ezequeil Schelotto admits he is flattered being linked to Inter Milan, but insists he is comfortable playing for the Orobici.

Bologna manager Stefano Pioli said they are doing their best to prepare for the Juventus clash as bad weather are affecting their training.

Radja Nainggolan's agent has reiterated that there is no certainty that the Cagliari midfielder will be joining Juventus in the summer market.

Vincenzo Montella has warned Catania that they must concentrate for each of the remaining 25 minutes of their abandoned fixture with Roma.

Cesena were beaten by Russian outfit Zenit St Petersburg in a friendly after Aleksandr Kerzhakov managed to score the only goal of the game.

Chievo announced that they have agreed to loan Simone Grippo to Lugano until the end of June, following the arrival of Mickael Facchinetti.

New Galatasaray coach Fatih Terim is targeting summer raid on former club Fiorentina for midfielders Mathieu Flamini and Riccardo Montolivo.

Genoa have confirmed that striker Lucas Pratto has joined Velez Sarsfield on loan until the end of 2012 with an option to make it permanent.

Inter Milan
Captain Javier Zanetti has admitted that Inter have put their Scudetto dream on hold and are focusing on finishing the season in third place.

Antonio Conte has declared that Juventus will do everything to beat Milan in the Coppa, even as he confirms first-team changes will be made.

Good news for Lazio manager Edy Reja as striker Libor Kozak is expected to resume training this week after a month out with a groin injury.

Lecce owners the Semeraro family announced that they are currently evaluating whether or not the Tesoro family are capable of running the club.

Napoli are serious about their interest in Benfica striker Rodrigo Moreno and the Partenopei have reportedly contacted the Portuguese club.

Novara midfielder Marco Rigoni admits they face a very difficult challenge against Inter, but stressed that his side have nothing to lose.

Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini has conceded that striker Fabrizio Miccoli is playing himself towards a new deal at the Stadio Barbera.

Parma coach Roberto Donadoni has compared Sebastian Giovinco to the legendary Gianfranco Zola and believes that he is ready for a big club.

Siena striker Erjon Bodgani has claimed the hunger that exist within the squad was one of the reason he accepted the challenge at the club.

Coach Francesco Guidolin is confident that Udinese will improve on their concentration and be more cynical in front of the goal against Milan.

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