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Italian players Andrea Ranocchia and Domenico Criscito have been questioned by prosecutors who are investigating the match-fixing scandal.

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Bastian Schweinsteiger has shown his versatility and has played an entirely different role in each of his first three matches of the tournament. He is the unsung hero in the midfield and dictates the tempo of a German side that looks difficult to beat. Whilst he is always picking at the weaknesses of the opposition defense, Schweinsteiger has also been providing excellent cover for his back four.

Germany midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger fit for Italy semi-final

Germany coach Joachim Low has revealed Bastian Schweinsteiger is fully fit and ready to start Thursday's Euro 2012 semi-final against Italy.

Klose shrugs off injury concerns

Miroslav Klose insists he is fully fit and determined to guide Germany to Euro 2012 glory.

Ledesma committed to Lazio, says agent

Lazio midfielder Cristian Ledesma will remain at the club next season despite reported interest from Manchester City, according to the player's agent.

Cristian Ledesma committed to Lazio, says his agent

Lazio midfielder Cristian Ledesma will remain at the club next season despite reported interest from Manchester City, according to the player's agent.

Stefan Radu a target for English clubs, says agent

Lazio defender Stefan Radu is a target for several English clubs, according to his agent.

Police arrive at the Italian training camp on Monday morning

Italian PM calls for Serie A to be suspended for at least two years

The Italian Prime Minister yesterday made a dramatic intervention in the match-fixing scandal that is gripping the country, suggesting that football should be suspended for at least two years in an attempt to rid the sport of corruption properly.

Police arrive at the Italian training camp on Monday morning

Italian PM calls for Serie A suspension for next two years

Monti says radical action required to end the 'foul play' exposed in latest match-fixing scandal

Domenico Criscito: Italy's first-choice left-back pulled out of the squad for the European Championship

Scourge of match-rigging hits Europe's elite for first time

Asian betting rings target young players around world, writes Robin Scott-Elliot

From left to right: Domenico Criscito: Questioned over his time at Genoa; Stefano Mauri: Lazio captain was arrested yesterday; Antonio Conte: Juventus manager had his house searched

Scourge of game-fixing disrupts Europe's elite for the first time

Asian betting rings target young players across world, reports Robin Scott-Elliot

Much to play for in Serie A as Juventus look to complete season unbeaten

Juventus have already sewn up the title but the final day of the Serie A season could still have a sting in the tail as the champions look to complete the competition unbeaten while four teams battle for the Champions League qualifying place.

Libor Kozak celebrates after scoring the winning goal

Lazio move into third in Serie A after impressive comeback

Ten-man Lazio pulled off a superb second-half comeback to beat Cesena 3-2 at the Stadio Olimpico last night.

Di Canio says: 'hatred can be good. But you don’t hate someone because they're a protestant'

Paolo Di Canio: 'My life speaks for me'

Ref-pushing, net-busting, Mussolini-worshipping... Football virtuoso-turned-manager Paolo Di Canio tells Robert Chalmers how Swindon Town and the ways of the Samurai (yes, really) helped him find his place in the world.

Baldini builds bridges on Roma return

Franco Baldini, Fabio Capello's closest adviser, oversees his first match since returning to Serie A as general manager of Roma when Palermo visit the Stadio Olimpico tomorrow.

Serie A strike called off

The Italian Players' Union and the Lega Serie A today signed a temporary resolution to avert any further strike action.

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