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â€¢ Denis punched Empoliâ€™s Lorenzo Tonelli after 2-2 draw â€¢ Clubâ€™s leading scorer given five-game ban â€¢ Tonelli gets one-match ban for threatening to kill Denis The Atalanta forward Germán Denis has been banned for five matches after he burst into the changing room of their opponents,
â€¢ Bomb injured nine people in Sundayâ€™s Turin derby â€¢ Observer originally thought it was thrown by Juventus supporters â€¢ Max Allegri: Only a madman would take kids to stadiums in Italy A paper bomb which went off and injured nine people at Sundayâ€™s Turin derby may have been produced by fan
Lukas Podolski wants to return to Arsenal when his loan expires at Inter Milan, according to manager Roberto Mancini.
ROBERTO MANCINI unveiled his intention to sign Palermo striker Paulo Dybala, who is wanted by a host of Premier League clubs.
Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri insists he is not worried about his team's form or attitude, despite Sunday's 2-1 derby loss to Torino.
Regardless of which fans produced the bomb, violent crowd behaviour is a deep-rooted problem in Serie A and what should be in our memories is Torinoâ€™s jubilation at beating Juventus, not shattered glass and the flash of explosives â€¢ Juveâ€™s Max Allegri: â€˜only a madman would take kids to stadi