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What Saturday Morning Football Papers Say

Posted by Kevin Walker Saturday, March 20, 2021

This is a first for the pages of Serie A Weekly, we'll see how well it is received and may post more Saturday reviews in the future.

Three Serie A matches today including that all important duel down in Sicily between Palermo and scudetto leading Inter. The Palermo players are a wee bit edgy for this one Palermo striker Fabrizio Miccoli is talking of playing with arrogance,

“I mean that in the best possible way, of course, as we won’t fear Inter and will take the game to them, said Miccoli... We must play the way we know how, in an arrogant fashion on our own turf,”

Saturday Fixtures

Fiorentina vs Genoa (18:00) 1:00 EST
Roma vs Udinese (20:45) 3:45 EST
Palermo vs Inter (20:45) 3:45 EST

Gazzetta dello Sport
Inter, no dozing off
Champions League draw picks CSKA Moscow
Tonight it’s Palermo, who have already beaten Milan and Juve
Mourinho brings the London giants, leaves Balotelli behind
Barca face Arsenal, Manchester United get Bayern
Roma-Udinese, Ranieri wants ‘starved wolves’
Donadoni: ‘Milan, you can do it’
Miccoli: ‘I’ll score a goal even if my father is an Inter fan’

Corriere dello Sport
It’s all Inter
Good Champions League draw of CSKA Moscow, tonight tough test in Palermo
Balotelli not called up for the trip to Sicily
Roma and Fiorentina also play today
Ranieri and Toni focus on the fightback
Inzaghi-Pato, Milan target an overtaking manoeuvre
Juve, it will be a revolution
John Elkann furious at the Europa League embarrassment
Nobody is safe, including Blanc and Bettega
Zac has no chance, Prandelli in pole position
Potenza excluded from Lega Pro for sporting fraud

Blanc is untouchable
Elkann furious with the squad, but defends the President
A director general will arrive. Tension between players and fans
Inter’s friendly draw picks CSKA Moscow
Balotelli left behind again
Genoa’s dreams in Florence
Ranieri listens to Roma rage
Modena test for Colantuono: ‘My Toro is alive!’

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