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Italian Paper Talk: ‘Spreading Phenomenon’ As Protests Set Across Serie A

Meanwhile, Seedorf passes the blame on to Allegri as frustration builds in Milan.

All the latest headlines from the newspapers in Italy as Inter Milan put on a show in Verona while there are protests expected across Italy on Sunday.

Image courtesy of La Gazzetta dello Sport.

– Great Inter.

Nerazzurri win 2-0 in Verona and climb to fourth place.

– Jonathan show, goal and assist: ‘If Prandelli calls…’

– Clarence Seedorf slams Massimiliano Allegri: ‘It’s not my fault. I found a squad at the limit both physically and psychologically’.

– Today at San Siro they face Parma and Antonio Cassano, Mario Balotelli set to start.

– Fans plan protest at the stadium.

– Antonio Conte wants to find Paul Pogba again.

– Carlos Tevez rested ahead of the Europa League.

– Vincenzo Montella: Mario Gomez or Juan Cuadrado.

– Pepito: ‘We’ll see each other soon’.

– Palermo, now they really are running away with it.

– Lanciano catch Empoli.

 

Image courtesy of Corriere dello Sport.

– The fans revolt.

– Today protest in the Milan Curva Sud, from Lazio to Cagliari and Bologna it’s a spreading phenomenon.

– You were the masters of our football: you ruined it.

– What a wonderful Inter! They put on a show and go fourth. Rodrigo Palacio and Jonathan, Verona beaten 2-0.

– Juve, test against Genoa.

– Tomorrow Roma and Napoli.

– Palermo go nine points clear, Lanciano go like a dream.

 

Image courtesy of Tuttosport.

– Give Conte another Juve.

– Squad rotation or not, to continue competing at the top level in Italy and Europe they need reinforcements.

– Tonight at Marassi with Genoa, the Coach rests Tevez ahead of Fiorentina.

– Palacio-Jonathan: Inter fourth.

– Walter Mazzarri continues to climb, 2-0 at Verona and Nerazzurri leapfrog Fiorentina.

– Moretti: ‘Toro are still hungry’.

– Fans against everyone, it’s the moment of truth for Milan.

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