APPIANO GENTILE – Sunday afternoon’s Serie A Week 38 game between Siena and Inter at the Stadio Artemio Franchi-Montepaschi Arena (kick-off 15:00) will be refereed by Emidio Morganti of the Ascoli Piceno refereeing section.
Morganti, who oversees a Nerazzurri fixture in Serie A for the fourth time this season after Genoa 0-5 Inter (17 October 2009), Livorno 0-2 Inter (1 November 2009) and Roma 2-1 Inter (27 March 2010) will be assisted by Nicoletti and Maggiani, with De Marco acting as fourth official.
He also took charge of the 2009 Italian Super Cup match between Inter and Lazio and the Bird’s Nest in Beijing.
APPIANO GENTILE – After yesterday afternoon’s session, the Nerazzurri were back on the training pitch this morning to continue their preparations for Sunday’s match against Siena.
The players performed warm-up, possession and tactical drills before finishing off with a practice match.
Ivan Ramiro Cordoba and Davide Santon trained apart.
APPIANO GENTILE – José Mourinho has given his players two days off. The squad will report to the Centro Sportivo Angelo Moratti on Wednesday afternoon to begin preparing for next Sunday’s Serie A Week 38 match away to Chievo.
MILAN – Diego Milito put Inter 3-1 up against Chievo with a delightful lob. "As soon as I saw the goalkeeper out of position I tried the lob and it went very well," said the Argentine striker on his 21st goal of the Serie A season.
"I’m happy with the victory but even happier for the team’s victory. The Scudetto? Now we have a final in Siena. It’s a shame we slowed down at a certain point during the game but we reacted. Now we have two days off and we need them to be at our best in Siena.
"I’m feeling good. I’m a bit tired but this is normal at the end of a season."
MILAN – Esteban Cambiasso spoke on Sky Sport Italia after Sunday’s 4-3 victory over Chievo.
"We have enough experience of football to know that games can change until the last moment," said the Argentine midfielder, who started and finished off the move for Inter’s second goal. "So when San Siro exploded with joy at Cagliari’s goal we tried to stay calm because we knew the Scudetto race wasn’t over.
Was it better to win the title today? "It’s the same; the important thing is to win it," said Cambiasso. "Now we go to Siena with the determination and desire to win the game and the championship.
"The fans were expecting a lot from this game today and we managed to react after going behind. It’s a shame we conceded those two goals but it doesn’t matter, now we just want to go and win in Siena."