CAGLIARI NEWS

Week 37’s fixture between Cagliari and Juventus could be moved to a Sunday evening kick-off so as to be played at the same time as Inter-Milan.
Brescia has been named as the venue for Wednesday’s Serie A game between Genoa and Cagliari.
Genoa’s match with Cagliari on Wednesday May 2 has been moved from 19.45 to a 14.00 UK time kick-off.
Massimo Ficcadenti was content with the point, but Domenico Di Carlo felt the game was missing a spark.
The Derby di Sicilia spoils were shared after Fabrizio Miccoli replied to Nicola Legrottaglie, while Cagliari-Chievo was also a draw.
Domenico Di Carlo insists Chievo feel “even more belief” after their defeat to Atalanta and want to prove it against Cagliari today.
Massimo Ficcadenti has warned Cagliari they need “another three if not four or five points” to be safe, but won’t think beyond tomorrow’s game with Chievo.
Radja Nainggolan of Cagliari insists he doesn’t know how close Juventus came to signing him in January.
Juventus and Zenit target Radja Nainggolan will discuss his future once Cagliari are sure of Serie A survival.
Massimo Ficcadenti warns Cagliari aren't secure yet, but Vincenzo Montella criticises his lazy Catania.
Cagliari tore the Catania defence to shreds in a 3-0 victory, while Atalanta overcame controversy to beat Chievo with a Maxi Moralez stunner.
Massimo Ficcadenti has identified Cagliari’s two forthcoming home fixtures as crucial to their staying up this season.
Roberto Donadoni insists Parma are not yet safe, while Massimo Ficcadenti blasted the "absolutely dreadful" Cagliari.
In today's early kick-offs Samir Handanovic's penalty save earned Udinese a point at Chievo, while Parma flattened Cagliari.
President Massimo Cellino insists Cagliari had to abandon the Stadio Sant’Elia because “you risk your life in there and one of our staff was almost electrocuted.”
Roberto Donadoni faces the club that sacked him pre-season and warns Parma they cannot underestimate the importance of today’s game with Cagliari.
Massimo Ficcadenti wants to secure Cagliari’s safety in Saturday’s head-to-head with Parma. “I don’t think 40 points are enough anymore.”
President Massimo Cellino has claimed that Cagliari have been forced out of their own city by the council, as they continue to plan for playing in Trieste.
There are likely to be more Juventus fans than Cagliari supporters when the two sides meet in Week 37 after Trieste was confirmed as the venue.
Cesena could all but be gone and any number of mid-table sides safe by the end of Week 34, as the relegation battle develops further this weekend.