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Monday, April 9, 2012

Serie A

AC Milan
AC Milan coach Max Allegri will have to face Chievo without the services of Massimo Ambrosini, Alberto Aquilani and Daniele Bonera due to bans.

AS Roma
Good news for Roma coach Luis Enrique as Fabio Borini and Miralem Pjanic are back in training and likely to be available for the Udinese clash.

Atalanta manager Stefano Colantuono will have to face Napoli without the services of Thomas Manfredini after he was handed a one-match ban.

Alessandro Diamanti has admitted that he would like to remain at Bologna for next season, but acknowledges that Brescia will have the final say.

President Massimo Cellino has admitted that he recently almost bought Triestina, the outfit whose stadium hosted his Cagliari last Saturday.

Midfielder Davide Lanzafame is struggling for games at Catania, but has informed the club's directors that he would like to stay at Massimino.

Cesena have been fined EUR25,000 after one of their supporter threw a bottle of water at an assistant referee, hitting him on the shoulder.

Coach Domenico Di Carlo was pleased to see Chievo showing some consistency in result and after scoring 3 goals for the first time this season.

Liverpool are believed to be discussing a deal which would see them secure the signing of Peruvian winger Juan Manuel Vargas from Fiorentina.

Genoa manager Alberto Malesani will have to face Cesena without the services of Juraj Kucka after the midfielder was handed a one-match ban.

Inter Milan
Should he leave Inter this summer, Andrea Ranocchia is reportedly interested in a link-up with his former coaches at Bari, Juventus or PSG.

Juventus are reportedly to receive more than EUR80 million from their Champions League qualification plus the sale of Elia, Krasic and Melo.

Lazio were fined EUR15,000 because their supporters twice aimed a laser pen into the eyes of Napoli goalkeeper Morgan De Sanctis last Saturday.

Lecce coach Serse Cosmi believes Giacomazzi and Blasi deserved praised for their performance against AS Roma and not just their goalscorers.

Napoli will have to reshuffle their defense for the Atalanta clash after Miguel Angel Britos and Paolo Cannavaro were handed one-match ban.

Novara coach Attilio Tesser will have to face Parma without the services of Andrea Caracciolo after the striker was handed a one-match ban.

Coach Bortolo Mutti applauds a decimated Palermo's efforts against Juventus, especially Milan Milanovic, who played on with a fractured nose.

Parma coach Roberto Donadoni will have to face Novara without the services of Gabriel Paletta after the defender was handed a one-match ban.

Siena boss Giuseppe Sannino has underlined that the talented Mattia Destro is still not the finished product, despite his heroic this season.

Udinese coach Francesco Guidolin is delighted that they are still fighting for third place, despite all the problems they have had this season.

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