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Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Serie A

AC Milan
Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri has called for calm following the Juventus clash, insisting that the referee did well despite the controversy.

AS Roma
Roma sporting director Walter Sabatini says the side run the risk of being considered as average given their inconsistent form this season.

Coach Stefano Colantuono has voiced his belief that he has a special chemistry with Atalanta, which allowed him to work very well at the club.

Bologna coach Stefano Pioli said he is used to relegation battles and has acknowledged that his team need more fluidity in their movement.

Cagliari goalkeeper Michael Agazzi is not worried about the defeat to Cesena, as he is convinced their qualities will carry the team forward.

Catania director Pietro Lo Monaco believes there are too many reactions to the Milan-Juventus game, which are not doing any good to the game.

Cesena striker Vicenzo Iaquinta was satisfied with his performance in the defeat to Chievo, considering that he has not played for a year.

Coach Domenico Di Carlo does not consider Chievo as sacrificial victims for the big clubs as he refuses to put extra pressure on the referees.

Sporting director Pantaleo Corvino will reportedly sign a new a new one-year deal with Fiorentina before his present agreement expires in June.

Genoa defender Emiliano Moretti is hoping the return of injured players will give manager Pasquale Marino more options heading into a match.

Inter Milan
Inter are reportedly considering giving Claudio Ranieri until the return leg of their Champions League tie against Marseille to save his job.

Italy boss Cesare Prandelli says Juventus keeper Gigi Buffon will remain as captain, despite the controversy regarding Sulley Muntari's goal.

Lazio coach Edy Reja has admitted he often argue with the president, but insisted a stronger bond of friendship can be form from the ashes.

Head coach Serse Cosmi said he accepted the job at Siena, because believes the club is one of the places where he can express his qualities.

Napoli coach Walter Mazzarri feels Napoli 'dominated' in their clash with Inter Milan and Ezequiel Lavezzi 'can become the complete striker'.

Novara coach Emiliano Mondonico admits they were hoping that Catania would ran out of steam in the second half after their midweek commitment.

Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini is very upset after finding out that referee Gava has worked for Sunday's opponents Siena for two years.

Parma have insisted that intersted parties will have to dig deep into their pockets if they want to sign star Sebastian Giovinco next summer.

Siena coach Giuseppe Sannino admits his side have benefited from Balzaretti's expulsion, but underlines that it could happened to any teams.

Udinese tactician Francesco Guidolin was surprised to receive the Panchina d'Oro for 2010-11 - the award handed out to Serie A's best Coach.

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