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Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Serie A

AC Milan
AC Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri admits that England will be his first choice and then Spain, when he does eventually leave the Rossoneri.

AS Roma
Genoa are being linked with a move for Roma-owned Marco Borriello, who has struggle to make an impact while on loan at Juventus this season.

Atalanta coach Stefano Colantuono accepted the point gained from the visit of Parma and underlined that he was not happy about the referee.

Stefano Pioli has acknowledged that Gaston Ramirez is destined to join a bigger club, but hopes to have him at Bologna for as long as possible.

As expected, Cagliari have now officially recalled Massimo Ficcadenti after sacking Davide Ballardini, who was brought in only last November.

Catania coach Vincenzo Montella has admitted that his team were lacking in pace, but proved that they can win with determination and hunger.

Cesena assistant manager Massimiliano Canzi believes his team did well against Siena, but the penalty decision changed the flow of the match.

Chievo are in third place in the Fairplay chart with 58 penaly points after accumulating 56 yellow cards and a single red card this season.

It was reported that Fiorentina's leading scorer Stevan Jovetic is unlikely to recover in time for their clash against Juventus this weekend.

Genoa are being linked with a move for Roma-owned Marco Borriello, who has struggle to make an impact while on loan at Juventus this season.

Inter Milan
Dejan Stankovic has made it clear the Marseille clash is the biggest game of the season for Inter and that his side are confident progressing.

Sir Alex Ferguson has cast doubts over reports that Paul Pogba will move to Juventus after insisting the he could sign a new deal at Man Utd.

Manager Edy Reja concedes third place finish for Lazio would be 'a miracle' as his side are crippled with injuries, suspensions and fatigue.

Serse Cosmi has conceded Lecce failed to do what he asked in the defeat to Milan and warned that they must quickly get out of the danger zone.

Napoli assistant coach Nicolo Frustalupi has warned his players that Chelsea's recent managerial change could be a boost for the English team.

Novara boss Attilio Tesser has admitted that his side are no longer looking at the table because they are in a really difficult situation.

Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini revealed that he wants to quickly secure the 40 points so that the team can experiment with their youths.

Parma coach Roberto Donadoni was pleased to draw with Atalanta after admitting that his players were tired after the last two intense games.

Bad news for Siena coach Giuseppe Sannino as striker Emanuele Calaio will be sidelined for the rest of the season with a fractured fibula.

Udinese manager Francesco Guidolin has argued that his side's Europa League commitments may have been a key factor in their defeat to Novara.

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