AC Milan warmed up in style for Tuesday's Champions League tie against Tottenham by extending their lead at the top of Serie A to six points with an emphatic victory over Parma.
Midfielder Esteban Cambiasso has rejected suggestions Inter are an ultra-defensive side.
Fabio Capello has promised that Wayne Rooney will play "in style" when England face Bulgaria in their opening Euro 2012 qualifier on Friday night.
Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho blames England's World Cup "mess" on manager Fabio Capello's inability to get the best out of his players.
Newcastle midfielder Joey Barton has rejected accusations that he celebrated his goal in Sunday's 6-0 victory over Aston Villa with a Nazi-style salute.
David Beckham has snubbed Fabio Capello's offer of a testimonial-style England send-off, saying he will only play for his country again if his form merits selection.
Johan Cruyff has slammed Netherlands for their approach to the World Cup final and said he had never believed the team could adopt such a "vulgar" approach.
Dutch legend Johan Cruyff has tipped Spain to beat his native Netherlands in the World Cup final, claiming it would be better for football if their Barcelona-style play won out.
Germany coach Joachim Low has revealed that he has plucked the best aspects from English, Spanish and Italian football to create the Nationalmannschaft's impressive new style.
Bastian Schweinsteiger say Germany will have to beat the "best team in the world" to reach the World Cup final, but insists his team can do it.
Netherlands coach Bert van Marwijk has sided with his opposite number Dunga after Dutch legend Johan Cruyff criticised Brazil's conservative playing style.
Dutch legend Johan Cruyff has hit out at Brazil ahead of Netherlands' quarter-final meeting with them on Friday, claiming they play dull football and that he would never pay to watch them.
Franz Beckenbauer has launched an attack on England's style of play at the World Cup, claiming they use "kick and rush" football.
Fit-again Gareth Barry admits the form of Germany has given England an extra incentive to top their World Cup group.
Germany coach Joachim Low wants his side to humiliate their World Cup rivals - starting with Australia in Sunday's Group D opener.
Japan playmaker Keisuke Honda has said Japan will have an attacking philosophy at the World Cup as they look to qualify from a group containing Netherlands, Denmark and Cameroon, who they play in their opening game on Monday.