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Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Serie A

AC Milan
Milan defender Daniele Bonera believes their win at Udinese has resuscitated the Rossoneri's season as they look forward to the Juventus clash.

AS Roma
Francesco Totti was frustrated by Roma's lack of ruthlessness in front of goal against Parma and was ultimately grateful for the three points.

Managar Stefano Colantuono was pleased with the draw against Novara as his Atalanta did everything they could in their third game in a week.

Bologna vice president Maurizio Setti is hoping that his team can make full use of their confidence boost and Fiorentina's inconsistent form.

Cagliari star defender Davide Astori has declared his delight with the good point gained on a difficult pitch against a strong Udinese side.

Catania manager Vincenzo Montella is hoping that Spolli, Barrientos and Llama can prove their fitness before their next match against Siena.

Cesena head coach Daniele Arrigoni believes his team did better in the second half against Milan, but they simply could not close the gap.

Chievo's victory over Genoa came at a price as Michael Bradley, Boukary Drame and Cyril Thereau are all suspended for their next league game.

Coach Delio Rossi has explained that he turned down Bologna's offer because he was waiting for Fiorentina - as it is the right place for him.

Genoa head coach Pasquale Marino was full of regrets as he claimed the defeat to Chievo ruined all the hard work done in their previous game.

Inter Milan
Claudio Ranieri said he is obliged to build his Inter side around Wesley Sneijder, even though by doing that the team is now suffering a lot.

Marseille coach Didier Deschamps has admitted he would be thrilled to add Juventus striker Alessandro Del Piero to his squad in the summer.

Lazio coach Edy Reja admits he could make some changes to his line-up for the Atletico clash and believes they can progress in Europa League.

Lecce boss Serse Cosmi will have to do without the services of Manuele Blasi and Christian Obodo after the players were handed a one-match ban.

Napoli star striker Ezequiel Lavezzi believes Chelsea's European experience makes them the favourites going into their Champions League clash.

Novara manager Emiliano Mondonico was extremely satisfied with the draw against Atalanta, as his team gave everything they had in the game.

Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini will have no hesitation in extending the contract of coach Bortolo Mutti if results continue to impress.

Parma striker Sebastian Giovinco will only consider a return to Juventus should he receive guarantees from the club, according to his agent.

Siena director Giorgio Perinetti has rubbish speculation that they are considering sacking Giuseppe Sannino, as he is doing incredibly well.

Francesco Guidolin insists Udinese are pushing through every difficulty, but would not blame Antonio Di Natale's absence for their poor form.

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