AS Roma coach Luis Enrique assures Roma fans he has plenty of options to replace the suspended Francesco Totti for the match against Atalanta.
Atalanta coach Stefano Colantuono believes German Denis only need one goal to get him back his scoring ways, ahead of their match against Roma.
Bologna coach Stefano Pioli has warned his team that there are still plenty of work to be done and Udinese are their most difficult opponents.
Cagliari coach Davide Ballardini admits they are missing some key players for Sunday and that he does not have a lot of players to choose from.
Catania director Pietro Lo Monaco underlines that Vincenzo Montella has a contract until 2013 and will remain as their coach for next season.
Daniele Arrigoni said he had to leave Cesena out of love for the outfit, because the players were not answering to his suggestions anymore.
Chievo striker Sergio Pellissier believes his team will need more than 40 points in order to secure their safety as the table is pretty tight.
Fiorentina will be without Amauri for their trip to Lazio after sustaining a thigh problem, meaning Adem Ljajic is likely to start instead.
It was claimed that Inter are prepared to offer Pep Guardiola EUR20 million per season in order to entice the Barcelona coach to the San Siro.
Gianfranco Zola is reportedly the new top candidate to replace coach Edy Reja at Lazio after a deal was already reached with Gigi De Canio.
Luis Muriel's agent is happy the striker is being linked with Roma, but insists they are only thinking about his future with Lecce and Udinese.
Walter Mazzarri laughed off links with the Inter job for next season and warns the game against the Nerazzurri is a classic trap for Napoli.
Novara coach Emiliano Mondonico is still optimistic about their chances against Catania, despite losing Jensen and Radovanovic in midfield.
Palermo striker Fabrizio Miccoli is happy to have become the club's record goal scorer, but admits his contract renewal is out of his hands.
Siena manager Giuseppe Sannino has doubts over the availability of Alessandro Gazzi as the midfielder may have broken his nose in training.
Udinese boss Francesco Guidolin welcomes back Antonio Di Natale and warns his players that they need all their wits about them to beat Bologna.