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Florence
Fashion: Wanda Ferragamo is dead

Fashion: Wanda Ferragamo is dead

 
Rome
Spread closes down on 301.6 points after hitting 340 (2)

Spread closes down on 301.6 points after hitting 340 (2...

 
Rome
New 'hostile act' by France, relations at risk-Salvini

New 'hostile act' by France, relations at risk-Salvini

 
Rome
Won't be made to look a liar or distracted - Di Maio

Won't be made to look a liar or distracted - Di Maio

 
Rome
Critical situation in migrant centres - watchdog

Critical situation in migrant centres - watchdog

 
Matera
Matera water emergency over

Matera water emergency over

 
Rome
Ball in Italy's court now - Moscovici

Ball in Italy's court now - Moscovici

 
Rome
Won't be made look a fool - Salvini

Won't be made look a fool - Salvini

 
Rome
Leonardo may have had a squint - study

Leonardo may have had a squint - study

 
Rome
Growth slowing, foreign investors cutting BTP exposure - BoI

Growth slowing, foreign investors cutting BTP exposure ...

 
ROMA
Uruguay: parlamento approva legge su diritti dei transgender

Uruguay: parlamento approva legge su diritti dei transg...

 
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Turin

Soccer: Don't want to hear abt Real row any more - Allegri (2)

Many 'jumped on the bandwagon'

Soccer: Don't want to hear abt Real row any more - Allegri (2)

Turin, April 17 - Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri said Tuesday he no longer wanted to hear about the post-match row after skipper Gianluigi Buffon was sent off after protesting a 92nd minute penalty with which Cristiano Ronaldo put Real Madrid into the Champions League semis after the Bianconeri had overturned a 3-0 home defeat. "Everyone has been talking about the post-match (row) in Madrid, many people have jumped on the band wagon, now it's time to shut up, I don't want to hear anyone talking about Madrid. "That's enough, we mustn't waste energy off the field". Allegri went on to say that Wednesday' night's game at Crotone was "more important" than this weekend's showdown with title rivals Napoli. Juve, heading for a record seventh straight scudetto, have a six-point lead over the Partenopei. FIFA refereeing supreme Massimo Busacca on Monday scolded Buffon for saying ref Michael Oliver should have thought of the sensitive moment in the match when he made the decision for which the keeper saw red after jostling and screaming in the ref's face. "The ref is a job where you have to decide in less than second and you can't think about many things," Busacca told Premium Sport over a decision many Italians thought was wrong but most neutrals thought correct. "It's like for goalkeepers, you have to save with your instinct without thinking, and it's the same for us. "We have to focus on the decision of the moment, which is already tough to take." Buffon said Oliver should have been more "sensitive" to the moment in the match, when Juve were heading for an unlikely extra time after going 3-0 up and cancelling their home-leg deficit. He also said the ref had a "rubbish bin where his heart should be".

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