CAGLIARI NEWS

Mauricio Pinilla reacted sarcastically to his red card for over-celebrating against Inter. “Next time I score, I’ll just burst into tears.”
Massimo Ficcadenti says the dismissal wrecked Cagliari's concentration and Andrea Stramaccioni also wanted more.
Andrea Stramaccioni says there is “a bitter taste” to Inter’s point against Cagliari, “because we tried to win until the last minute.”
Inter twice fought back from Cagliari goals, but were only able to snatch a 2-2 draw after Mauricio Pinilla’s bitter red card.
Inter confirm their 4-3-3 system under Andrea Stramaccioni with Mauro Zarate, Diego Milito and Diego Forlan against Cagliari’s Mauricio Pinilla.
Cagliari Coach Massimo Ficcadenti admits their ‘home’ game with Inter this afternoon is “more of a half-away fixture” as they are playing in Trieste.
Lazio and Napoli’s injury-afflicted clash, Juve’s trip to bogey side Palermo and Cagliari’s 600-mile journey for a home game are all Week 31 highlights.
Cagliari have looked to calm the waters of controversy following their decision to move their next home game to a different stadium.
The decision to move Cagliari-Inter 600 miles north from Sardinia to Trieste was made without Inter’s involvement, says director Ernesto Paolillo.
The venue for Inter’s Week 31 visit to Cagliari has been changed to Trieste, leaving the Sardinians with a 600-mile journey for a home game.
Massimo Ficcadenti hailed his Cagliari players and Stefano Colantuono insists it's not a disaster for Atalanta.
Udinese and Fiorentina continue their crises with defeats, but 10-man Palermo shocked Bologna with their first away win of the season.
Stefano Colantuono warns Atalanta they are “a step away from securing safety in Serie A and cannot give up now.”
Cagliari have gone back on their threat to play the remaining home games in Trieste after a meeting with the Mayor.
Cagliari chief Massimo Cellino has admitted that he made a mistake in sacking Massimo Ficcadenti earlier this season.
The fight for Serie A survival may be settled this weekend, with some crucial points on offer.
Cagliari stopper Davide Astori was left impressed by the performance of Alessandro Nesta in last night’s Milan-Barcelona tie.
Cagliari could play their final four home games of the season at the Stadio Nereo Rocco in Trieste – 600 miles away from the Sardinian city.
Assistant manager Giovanni Lopez celebrated a Lazio win, but Massimo Ficcadenti says Cagliari deserved more.
Lazio assistant manager Giovanni Lopez notes the victory over Cagliari “lets us continue to dream of third place.”