CAGLIARI NEWS

Daniele Dessena's double saw Cagliari beat Palermo, despite Ilija Nestorovski's late strike setting up a tense finish.
Marco Borriello leads the line for Cagliari, as they face fellow islanders Palermo at Sant’Elia.
Massimo Rastelli has moved to play down expectations for Cagliari’s season, while also confirming Bruno Alves will start against Palermo.
Palermo Coach Roberto De Zerbi says club President Maurizio Zamparini remains ‘calm’ about his position following talks between the pair.
Cagliari defender Nicola Murru is out for at least six weeks after undergoing knee surgery.
Cagliari defender Nicola Murru will require surgery for a knee ligament injury.
Juventus and Napoli swept Sampdoria and Empoli aside, four-star Lazio crushed Cagliari, while Atalanta surprised Pescara and Bologna held Chievo.
Join us for the build-up and action from tonight’s EIGHT Serie A games, including Inter-Torino, Juventus-Sampdoria, Napoli-Empoli and Sassuolo-Roma.
Cagliari trequartista Joao Pedro says smaller clubs must know how to ‘defend and suffer’ against big teams like Juventus.
Massimo Rastelli urged Cagliari to “forget Fiorentina and focus on Lazio,” as the Sardinians aim for another upset.
Simone Inzaghi “never had any doubt” that Lazio had a good squad and praises the youngsters.
Join us for all the build-up and action in today’s eight Serie A games, including Crotone-Napoli, Atalanta-Inter, Torino-Lazio and Roma-Palermo.
Massimo Rastelli says Cagliari have not achieved anything yet this season following their defeat to Fiorentina.
Paulo Sousa was pleased “not just with the number of goals, but the quality of them too” as Fiorentina conquered Cagliari 5-3.
Napoli got back on track in Crotone despite Manolo Gabbiadini’s red card, Torino and Lazio drew 2-2, while Fiorentina won an eight-goal thriller in Cagliari.
Massimo Rastelli says Cagliari’s win at San Siro over Inter last week means nothing as they prepare to face Fiorentina.
Paulo Sousa demands “greater intensity” from Fiorentina in their difficult trip to Cagliari and admits his job “depends on results.”
All eyes on San Siro this evening as second-placed Milan host leaders Juventus, but before then it’s the Genoa Derby, while tomorrow Napoli are in Crotone, Atalanta-Inter and Roma-Palermo.
Marco Borriello is the “best Italian striker” and should go to the World Cup in 2018, his agent declares.
Frank de Boer has reportedly been warned over Inter’s form, following a poor start to the season.