CATANIA NEWS

Exiled goalkeeper Mariano Andujar will likely meet with sporting director Pietro Lo Monaco in Argentina next week to discuss his Catania future.
Vincenzo Montella hailed Catania's determination, as Delio Rossi cursed Fiorentina's naive error.
Fiorentina wasted chances in their defeat to Catania, while Parma snatched a point away to Atalanta, but Siena’s win in Cesena was steeped in controversy.
Delio Rossi believes Fiorentina “are a proud side” who can use that mentality against Catania, even without Stevan Jovetic.
Catania boss Vincenzo Montella is good enough to be handed tactical control of an Italian giant, says director Pietro Lo Monaco.
Cesena Coach Mario Beretta launched a scathing attack on the referee after today’s Catania draw. “Did you see what shirt he was wearing?”
Cesena clung on to a point despite playing for over an hour with 10 men, while Catania also had a player controversially sent off.
Javier Zanetti reveals it was Julio Cesar who gave the half-time team talk and stands up for Esteban Cambiasso, who was in tears at a fan protest.
Claudio Ranieri is adamant he does “not run away when faced with difficulties. I hope to stay and the important thing is Inter.”
Vincenzo Montella can’t help but feel regret after Catania threw away a 2-0 lead against Inter. “We were perfect for 75 minutes.”
Diego Milito completed the comeback against Catania to stop the Inter rot. “I hope we can turn a corner with this point.”
Inter ended their losing streak, but only by fighting back from 2-0 down to hold Catania with Diego Forlan and Diego Milito.
Claudio Ranieri takes a bold stand against Catania and drops Wesley Sneijder to the bench, as he fights for his Inter job.
“Claudio Ranieri is not at risk” ahead of tonight’s game with Catania, insisted Inter general manager Ernesto Paolillo.
Catania transfer chief Pietro Lo Monaco suggests tomorrow’s rivals Inter should sign Alejandro Gomez in exchange for Ricky Alvarez.
Claudio Ranieri insists Inter “have many problems, but Wesley Sneijder is not one of them” against Catania. “Things were worse when I arrived.”
The Gazzetta dello Sport is today highlighting that Inter could reach three negative club records in their game against Catania this weekend.
Catania midfielder Francesco Lodi admits it would be a dream to turn out for Italy one, but says he is focused only on Inter at the weekend.
Catania chief Pietro Lo Monaco has called for less talk in the world of Italian football after Saturday’s controversial Milan-Juventus game.
Vincenzo Montella respected Novara, but Emiliano Mondonico gives Catania credit.