CAGLIARI NEWS

Atalanta Coach Gian Piero Gasperini hopes last weekend’s win over Torino will give his players renewed belief.
There are some very big games this weekend, including the vicious Derby d’Italia Inter-Juventus, Fiorentina-Roma rivalry, Napoli-Bologna and a fascinating Sassuolo-Genoa.
Cagliari midfielder Artur Ionita has been diagnosed with a multiple fracture of the right fibula.
Massimo Rastelli was frustrated by Cagliari’s defeat to Bologna, saying the match was decided by two incidents.
Bologna Coach Roberto Donadoni is pleased to see his team back on track, following a 2-1 win over Cagliari.
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s SEVEN Serie A games, including Roma-Sampdoria, Milan-Udinese, Pescara-Inter and Joe Hart’s Torino debut.
Bologna just about got the better of 10-man Cagliari with Federico Di Francesco’s debut Serie A goal after Marco Storari saw red.
Marco Borriello leads the Cagliari march on the Stadio Dall’Ara in the early kick-off, as Bologna try to recover from a 5-1 thrashing.
Roberto Donadoni wants to see a response from his Bologna players as they prepare to face Cagliari on Sunday.
Cagliari Coach Massimo Rastelli is not sure what to expect from Bologna, so “we must try to impose our style on the game.”
The break for international duty is over and Serie A is back with a bang, including today’s Juventus-Sassuolo and Palermo-Napoli, then Roma-Sampdoria and Pescara-Inter.
Thomas Vermaelen admits Roma must bounce back against Sampdoria after the “disappointing result against Cagliari”.
Cagliari President Tommaso Giulini called the capture of Euro 2016 winner Bruno Alves “the perfect negotiation.”
Max Allegri is the highest-paid Coach in Serie A, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport, but Napoli’s Maurizio Sarri ranks only seventh.
Milan are sweating on the fitness of Mati Fernandez, who went off injured on international duty.
Marco Borriello has revealed that he “could have joined Real Madrid or Manchester United” when leaving Milan in 2010.
Cagliari are in mourning for Brazilian Claudio Nenè, who starred in their Scudetto-winning campaign in 1969-70.
Cagliari Coach Massimo Rastelli is “happy” with their transfer strategy and said “Sardinians should be proud of this team.”
Vincenzo Montella is “satisfied” with Milan’s transfer campaign and revealed his system for motivating the players with bad reviews.
Milan and Cagliari are at each other's necks over the alleged controversies in the transfer of Mati Fernandez.