CATANIA NEWS

Lazio made short work of Pescara and Fiorentina won the Derby dell’Appennino, while Cagliari caused an upset on Ivo Pulga’s debut.
Rolando Maran is counting on Catania’s desire to get back on track against Parma after a 4-0 defeat.
Roberto Donadoni has told Parma to use their pace to trouble Catania this afternoon. “We can’t allow them to control the tempo.”
Stefano Pioli hailed Bologna's spirit and Rolando Maran felt this game was cursed.
Fabrizio Miccoli scored a sensational hat-trick – including a volley from midfield! – while Ederson got Lazio back on track, Torino and Pescara had shock away wins.
Rolando Maran tells Catania they have to take the same approach against Bologna and not just when they’re the underdogs.
Atalanta call for video evidence in a tussle between Gonzalo Bergessio and Stefano Lucchini. “If six referees didn’t see it, then we need 10...”
Well regarded Catania midfielder Francesco Lodi has confirmed that he has turned down a new contract offer.
New Palermo C.E.O Pietro Lo Monaco has defended his decision to join the club in spite of his history with island rivals Catania.
Palermo owner Maurizio Zamparini has announced he is taking a back-seat at the club, with Pietro Lo Monaco becoming the new CEO.
Inter suffered and lost Wesley Sneijder for their Verona victory, while Roma couldn’t beat 10-man Sampdoria.
Marek Hamsik has argued that the early dismissal of Catania’s Pablo Alvarez may have actually made things more difficult for his Napoli side.
Rolando Maran feels Catania gave "101 per cent," but Walter Mazzarri will give Napoli a talking to.
Walter Mazzarri complimented 10-man Catania, but above all lambasted his Napoli for failing to get the victory.
Catania have a strong record against Napoli, so Coach Rolando Maran urges his men to face them “without fear.”
Catania President Antonino Pulvirenti says he sees Napoli as title contenders ahead of their arrival in Sicily on Sunday.
Vincenzo Montella says Fiorentina fans can dream, but the players can't, while Rolando Maran critiqued Catania's finishing.
Luca Toni had a special dedication for his first goal since returning to Fiorentina. “To those who are here and those who have gone.”
Napoli, Lazio and Sampdoria maintained their 100 per cent records with Juventus, but Roma and Udinese fumbled 2-0 leads while Luca Toni scored on his Fiorentina comeback.
Catania Coach Rolando Maran inherited Vincenzo Montella’s job and insists today’s opponents Fiorentina “are among the best in Serie A.”