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What Italian Football Papers Say Thursday 09.29.11

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

Ibra-force Milan

  • Swede is super in the Champions League to beat Viktoria 2-0
  • He converts a penalty and sets up Cassano, whose goal is the 2,000th in the Berlusconi era

This is how the Ranieri ‘cure’ works
Four-man defence, new trequartista and front line. Stankovic ready for Saturday, Pazzini in doubt
Cavani injured, so Pandev is ready
Matador won’t be at San Siro
Udinese rotate squad in Glasgow
Lazio, watch out for Sporting
Juve, Conte rediscovers Vucinic and Quagliarella


Hunt for Tevez, Conte’s dream
Mancini: “I am finished with Carlos”
Juve, Inter and PSG try for January
Marotta wanted Seedorf along with Pirlo in Bianconeri
Blanc to PSG in two weeks, he’ll earn €1.2m
Quagliarella scores 11 goals with the youth team, but it’s rough!
Ibra and Cassano, just two touches for Milan magic
Inter, Ranieri looks like Mou
Pazzini: ‘I’m playing
Napoli seek glory at San Siro, but Cavani is KO
Bertani: “We’ll win and make a push towards Serie A”
Guberti: “What a show I’ll be missing out on”

Corriere dello Sport

Ibra-Cassano, ole!
Champions: Milan win 2-0, as Zlatan scores and creates
Barcelona and Messi off the scale
Inter anxious about Pazzini, Napoli without Cavani
Lazio in Lisbon with Klose
From Krasic the Milan fan to Galliani the Juventus supporter, here are the secrets of the big game
Serie B: Bari in trouble over unpaid wages





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