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Friday, March 20, 2009

Week/Giornata 29 of the Serie A

Image courtesy of the Italian Lega Calcio.
Click the image to view detailed PDF formatted match reports and statistics by Panini Digital.

Week 29 Fixtures

Saturday, 21 March 2009

Catania 1 x Lazio 0
AS Roma 1 x Juventus 4 (Luciano Spalletti has never beaten Juventus).

Sunday, 22 March 2009

Bologna 0 x Cagliari 1
Chievo Verona 1 x Palermo 0
Fiorentina 1 x Siena 0 (Siena has never won in Florence).
Genoa 2 x Udinese 0
Internazionale 3 x Reggina 0
Lecce 2 x Atalanta 2
Torino 1 x Sampdoria 3

0 Napoli x AC Milan 0

Video Highlights

A great source for Serie A videos.
Please click the image.

Goal of the Year: Giuseppe Mascara of Catania. What do you think?

Video Clips from Serie A TV on YouTube

Online Coverage

  • For live scores during the games from FlashScores, please click here.
  • For an ESPN Matchtracker of Serie A games, please click here.
  • For a live game tracker called Match View from La Gazzetta dello Sport, which has very detailed statistics and graphical displays, please click here. You may have to click on the number of the week to see a full fixture list.
  • For current statistics of the Serie A from La Gazzetta dello Sport, please click here.
  • For English language coverage and game commentaries, please take a look at mCalcio and and Football Italia.
Quotes of the Week in Italian Calcio

"I told Mourinho that in Italy there are a great many competent people, and he must ride the tiger with good judgment unless it can get dangerous." Giovanni Trapattoni, manager of the Republic of Ireland.

"A coach can lose everything except his professional dignity, and I never lose that."
Jose Mourinho of Internazionale.

"I feel betrayed by Trezeguet's words. He is like a spoilt child." Claudio Ranieri of Juventus.

"What superiority of English over Italian football? There is precious little of English or Italian in these teams." Marcello Lippi, manager of the Azzurri.

"Pippo flowers in spring time, just as he did last year." Carlo Ancelotti of AC Milan.

Quotes courtesy of Football Italia.

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