Adriano Boin Date: 6th February 2012 at 7:44am
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Gazzetta dello Sport

Milan, Ibra what are you doing?

  • A slap from the Swede to Aronica. Sent off, he risks a three-match ban: he would miss the match against the leaders. Galliani: “At most it will be 3 matches”. Choking gesture from the Napoli defender on Nocerino: will he be suspended by the video replay? Allegri: “I saw character”. Mazzarri: “I wanted to win”.
Juve anger
  • The bianconeri were denied a penalty off a handball in the penalty box. Marotta: “We demand respect, we need international referees”. The response from Braschi: “The penalty could have been given. Every team deserves respect”. Sannino: “Magnificent”.
Super Borini, Inter burnout. De Rossi renews

Di Natale reaches 16. But a brace from Jovetic cuts Udinese down

Miccoli pushes Palermo forward. Three from Genoa, Lazio are furious 


Game of hands

  • Milan are not able to beat Napoli (0-0) partly because they were down to ten-men after the sending off of Ibrahimovic for hitting out at Aronica: the Swede could miss 2 or 3 matches. Even Juventus don’t beat Siena (0-0) but the error by the referee Peruzzo is decisive as he does not call an obvious handball by Vergassola.
Rome enjoy, Inter hung to dry
  • The Giallorossi win 4-0 and De Rossi signs a contract renewal for another 5 years.
Toro-New voices over Lo Monaco
  • Petrachi is almost out of contract: along with the AD of Catania, there is also talk of the Genoa man Capozucca.
Viola comeback, Udinese lose

Genoa show the rule of 3

First point for Mondonico

Super Giovinco stops Chievo 

Corriere dello Sport

Milan and Juve fight over the scudetto!

  • Red card for Ibra: he risks a 3 match ban. Galliani: “No more than two…”.
  • Penalty denied, Marotta: “More respect for Juve”.
Roma, goal and De Rossi
  • Inter are steamrolled: 4-0 (brace from Borini). And the midfielder signs for 5 years.
KO at Genova, Lazio are furious: “A match that should have been postponed”

Miccoli-Budan Palermo are on a roll. Jovetic rolls over Di Natale

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