Italy

Saturday, October 18, 2014

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Simone Zaza's opening goal proved too much for a travelling Bianconeri side, as Paul Pogba's equaliser was the only end product that Maximiliano Allegri's side could muster up

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First-half goals from Mattia Destro, Francesco Totti and Adem Ljajic wrapped up a very comfortable win for the hosts, with Chievo struggling to get into the contest whatsoever

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The Giallorossi were in charge right from the first whistle as they returned to winning ways after their loss against Juventus earlier this month

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The Giallorossi were beaten by Juventus before the international break, but have otherwise had a flawless start to the Serie A season

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The home side went downhill quickly after a bright start while Rafael Benitez's men have picked up some momentum and three points on Sunday will be a huge boost to either side

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The striker has been replaced in all of his starts at the San Siro club so far and hopes to play all 90 in Sunday's encounter

Friday, October 17, 2014

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The 50-year-old feels his side showed they are the best team in the league despite their 3-2 defeat to the champions and said they must beat Chievo

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The coach was dismissive that Saturday's opposition would be easy and confirmed that Arturo Vidal would miss out the match due to coming back late from international duty

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The 21-year-old received a lot of flak for his behaviour while dating Wanda Nara, the ex-wife of former team-mate Maxi Lopez, but he says the criticism was unfair

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The Italian has won the award after scoring three goals to help Southampton record four consecutive wins, while boss Ronald Koeman has scooped the manager's gong

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The Italian believes that the Portuguese attacker's dedication to the game is what sets him apart from every other player

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The former Bianconeri boss believes that the Argentine has established himself as "the leader of the team" - just as the Frenchman did under him in the 1990s

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The former Bianconeri boss is furious that the Old Lady's achievements on the field are continually discredited by allegations of refereeing bias

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COMMENT: The young midfielder is on the verge of joining Roma, but he has already caused huge controversy in his short career after being frozen out at PSG

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Massimiliano Allegri's men will be confident of making it seven wins out of seven against a side without a single win to their name

Thursday, October 16, 2014

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The Gialloblu have lost five and won just one of their six Serie A games to date but the 39-year-old retains the utmost faith in the former Italy boss