Roma edged a tight Eternal City derby over rivals Lazio at the Stadio Olimpico on Saturday night. Here we take a look at five things we learned from a match which could have a crucial impact on the Serie A title race. Roma coach Eusebio Di Francesco continues to surprise. When the relatively inexperienced Di Francesco replaced Luciano Spalletti at the end of last season, many pundits predicted a slide in his side’s fortunes.
Hull manager Leonid Slutsky is desperate to keep hold of Sam Clucas with Premier League Burnley having a second bid rejected for the midfielder. Clucas played in Hull's 3-2 Sky Bet Championship defeat by Wolves at the KCOM Stadium just hours after the Tigers rebuffed a second offer from Sean Dyche. Slutsky has seen a large turnover of players at Hull and is keen for no more departures before the transfer window closes.
Former MotoGP world champion Nicky Hayden remains in an "extremely critical" condition in an Italian hospital's intensive care unit after being injured in a cycling accident on Wednesday. Former MotoGP world champion Nicky Hayden remains in an "extremely critical" condition in an Italian hospital's intensive care unit after being injured in a cycling accident on Wednesday.
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