Friday 31 October 2014

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Stefano Pioli's side had won five games on the bounce but the veteran striker ensured they would have to share the spoils on Thursday

Thursday 30 October 2014

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The Italy international has hit four goals so far this season but has yet to establish himself as a regular under coach Rudi Garcia

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The Liverpool manager insists he does not need to pay special attention to the fiery Italy international, who clashed with Jonjo Shelvey during their League Cup tie at Anfield

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The Argentine is upset with the behaviour of some of the club's fans, saying those that whistle the players do not truly love the Nerazzurri

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The Partenopei were said to be weighing up a €12.5 million bid for the Italy striker, who has netted just twice so far for the Reds

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The 53-year-old has urged his attackers to step up their game and was unaware of criticism from the fans during the victory over Sampdoria

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The Bianconeri were beaten for the first time this season on Wednesday, but the Frenchman has issued a low key response to their title rivals dropping points

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COMMENT: The Bianconeri's indifferent recent form came to a head with a late defeat at Genoa, giving their coach his biggest test since replacing Antonio Conte in the summer

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The coach singled out his playmaker for praise after the Copa del Rey victory over Cornella and said his comments about Sepp Blatter had been a misunderstanding

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The midfielder netted the all important equalising goal as his side came from behind to draw with Cagliari in Serie A on Wednesday, but admitted he did not mean to score

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The Bianconeri boss lashed out at the playing surface and his troops for getting caught on the break in the dying seconds as they lost for the first time in Serie A this season

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COMMENT: The Nerazzurri coach was thankful for a late penalty winner against Sampdoria, but there are still serious question marks over his future

Wednesday 29 October 2014

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A Giacomo Bonaventura cracker clawed the Rossoneri back into the match after Victor Ibarbo put the home side up as the honours were split at Stadio Sant'Elia

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A 94th minute Luca Antonini finish defeated Juventus at the very death, with heroic goalkeeping from Mattia Perin keeping the Rossoblu in the game long enough to grab a winner

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A 90th minute Mauro Icardi penalty secured a second consecutive 1-0 victory for the Nerazzurri, bringing an end to Sinisa Mihajlovic's side's unbeaten run