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Football: Serie A results

Serie A result on Tuesday: Roma 4 (Gervinho 12, Totti 16, Pjanic 49, Taddei 82) Parma 2 (Acquah 15, Biabiany 90) afp

Football: Roma keep faint title hopes alive with win

Roma kept alive their slim hopes of wresting the Serie A title from Juventus with a 4-2 win over Parma in the capital on Wednesday. The result left Roma eight points behind the champions with seven games remaining, although with Juventus having dropped only 12 points in 31 matches so far, it would be a tall order to expect them to falter. But Roma did at least ensure that they need only one more point to secure one of Italy's three Champions League qualification positions for next season.

Football: Serie A results

Serie A result on Wednesday: Roma 4 (Gervinho 12, Totti 16, Pjanic 49, Taddei 82) Parma 2 (Acquah 15, Biabiany 90) afp

Football: Roma keep faint title hopes alive with win

Roma kept alive their slim hopes of wresting the Serie A title from Juventus with a 4-2 win over Parma in the capital on Tuesday. The result left Roma eight points behind the champions with seven games remaining, although as Juve have dropped only 12 points in 31 matches so far, it would be a tall order to expect the Old Lady of Turin to falter from here. But Roma did at least ensure that they need only one more point to secure one of Italy's three Champions League qualification positions for next season.

Football: Roma keep faint title hopes alive with win

Roma kept alive their slim hopes of wresting the Serie A title from Juventus with a 4-2 win over Parma in the capital on Wednesday. The result left Roma eight points behind the champions with seven games remaining, although as Juve have dropped only 12 points in 31 matches so far, it would be a tall order to expect the Old Lady of Turin to falter from here. But Roma did at least ensure that they need only one more point to secure one of Italy's three Champions League qualification positions for next season.

Football: Roma keep faint title hopes alive with win

Roma kept alive their slim hopes of wresting the Serie A title from Juventus with a 4-2 win over Parma in the capital on Wednesday. The result left Roma eight points behind the champions with seven games remaining, although as Juve have dropped only 12 points in 31 matches so far, it would be a tall order to expect the Old Lady of Turin to falter from here. But Roma did at least ensure that they need only one more point to secure one of Italy's three Champions League qualification positions for next season.

Football: Paris Saint-Germain v Chelsea starting line-ups

Starting line-ups for the Champions League quarter-final first leg between Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea at the Parc des Princes on Wednesday (1845 GMT kick-off): Paris Saint-Germain (4-3-3) Salvatore Sirigu; Christophe Jallet, Alex, Thiago Silva (capt), Maxwell; Marco Verratti, Thiago Motta, Blaise Matuidi; Edinson Cavani, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Ezequiel Lavezzi Coach: Laurent Blanc (FRA) Chelsea (4-2-3-1)

Berlusconi family could sell 30 percent stake in AC Milan

MILAN (Reuters) - The family of former Italian premier Silvio Berlusconi is considering selling a stake of up to 30 percent in AC Milan, bringing in new investors to help try to restore the club to the top of the European game. The club's co-chief executive Barbara Berlusconi, a daughter of the media magnate, told a news conference on Wednesday Milan was seeking partners and she would travel to the Middle East and later to the United States as part of the process.

Football: I will be fit for World Cup - Gomez

German international striker Mario Gomez said on Wednesday he would be fit for the World Cup finals later this year despite his first season with Serie A club Fiorentina being disrupted by injury. The 28-year-old -- scorer of 25 goals in his 59 international appearances -- is out of action for a second time this season with a knee problem. However, Gomez, who last played for Germany in the 3-3 draw with Paraguay last August, insisted he would be back ready to play in Brazil in June.

Football: Ibra rules out England move as Chelsea come into focus

Zlatan Ibrahimovic on Tuesday ruled out any prospect of a move to the English Premier League as his Paris Saint-Germain side prepared to face Chelsea in the Champions League quarter-finals. The French league leaders host the London side in the first leg at the Parc des Princes on Wednesday with Ibrahimovic, who has scored a club record 40 goals in all competitions this season, their talisman.
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