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What Italian Football Pages Say Thursday 08.25.11

today's frontpage of gazzetta dello sport 10.13.10Gazzetta dello Sport

Don’t strike!
Udinese almost complete miracle, Arsenal punish them

  • Di Natale is the principal figure scores a great goal, but misses a penalty. Keeper Handanovic with a great game. Guidolin’s team leaves field to the applause of the fans.
  • Milan, low cost Aquilani: “Great quality”

Milan, low cost Aquilani: “Great quality”
City risk for Milanese and Napoli
Juve, the surprise of Estigarribia. Bruno Alves is closer








Juve surprise: Estigarribia
Ventura: “I have a great Toro. Ogbonna stays here”

  • “This squad can fight for immediate promotion to Serie A. With two adiditional signings and some quality…I want players to identify with the fans and vice-versa”.

Bruno Alves close
Giaccherini: It’s done
Udinese’s Champions League dream becomes Arsenal nightmare
Aquilani to Milan
Borriello: Genoa
Veloso to Roma
It begins: It’s immediately Samp-Padova

  • Atzori: “We must conquer the fear”

Strike yes, strike no







Corriere dello Sport

It’s the Presidents who want a strike
Juve surprise: Estigarribia
There is Forlan for Inter (and a desire for Tevez)
Aquilani too Milan is official
Udinese KO against Arsenal, but what anger
Roma: Osvaldo
Game of truth against Slovan
Lazio, walk in park at Skopje
Zarate: Heavy accusations
Here’s Zeman: Serie B will be at the level of Serie A







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