CATANIA NEWS

Napoli fell to a third straight defeat and Roma left it late against Udinese. Lecce shocked Catania’s makeshift goalkeeper, so Genoa slide closer to the drop zone.
Cagliari have confirmed that this weekend’s fixture with Catania has been put back 24 hours so as to be played in Trieste.
Davide Lanzafame is struggling for games at Catania, but he wants to continue his career with the Sicilian club.
Catania boss Vincenzo Montella has underlined Francesco Totti’s importance to Eternal City outfit Roma.
Former Roma director Gian Paolo Montali was in favour of keeping Coach Vincenzo Montella at the club for 2011-12.
Domenico Di Carlo hailed Chievo's consistency, but Vincenzo Montella criticised Catania on a psychological level.
Roma were flattened 4-2 by Lecce and Udinese got back on track against Parma, while 10-man Catania capitulated at Chievo and Siena shocked Atalanta.
Domenico Di Carlo’s Chievo are now safe, so he asks his men to “beat Catania to give our fans even more satisfaction.”
Vincenzo Montella has reiterated Catania’s seriousness in pushing for European qualification this season.
Former referee and current President of the Italian Referees’ Association Marcello Nicchi believes Milan didn’t score a second goal in Catania in Week 30.
Catania defender Giovanni Marchese insists Robinho’s shot did not cross the line, despite Milan’s protestations.
Adriano Galliani was furious after another Milan ‘phantom’ goal. “When it crosses the line, it is a goal, but not for us. It’s frankly unacceptable.”
Vincenzo Montella refused to comment on the refereeing decisions in Catania’s draw with Milan. “We have important ambitions.”
Massimiliano Allegri was furious after another ‘phantom goal’ in Milan’s draw with Catania and slammed Juventus. “They ought to shut up.”
It was a thrilling 1-1 draw in Sicily that saw a Milan effort cleared when mostly over the line and Catania’s goal controversially disallowed.
Milan go into a big test against Serie A surprise outfit Catania in their Sicilian stronghold at 17.00 UK time.
Serie A leaders Milan face a very difficult trip to high-flying Catania, while Lazio continue their Champions League push in Parma.
Pablo Barrientos has warned Milan to expect the same Catania that has played well through recent weeks.
Catania President Antonino Pulvirenti is eyeing Europa League qualification as he warns his team not to relax their current form.
Nicola Legrottaglie feels he had a part to play in Milan’s Scudetto success last term – despite appearing in just one game.