FIORENTINA NEWS

Budding Fiorentina boss Vincenzo Montella reminds a club official of Napoli’s experienced tactician Rafael Benitez.
Fiorentina are without Massimo Ambrosini, Mati Fernandez and Gonzalo Rodriguez for tomorrow’s showdown with Napoli.
Fiorentina boss Vincenzo Montella heaped praise on his hometown club Napoli. “We’ll try to win, but they are Scudetto contenders.”
Napoli boss Rafa Benitez expects his side to be tested by Fiorentina when the two teams meet in Tuscany on Wednesday.
Marek Hamsik has claimed that Napoli had ‘no trouble’ beating Torino, but has now turned his attention to Fiorentina.
Three Serie A giants are carefully monitoring Verona youngster Juan Manuel Iturbe, Sport Mediaset are suggesting.
Giuseppe Sannino felt Chievo gave their all, while Vincenzo Montella won't get ahead of himself.
Vincenzo Montella hailed Juan Cuadrado and Fiorentina for their comeback at Chievo. “He can do anything.”
Milan fought back from 2-0 down only to capitulate 3-2 in Parma, Juventus shoved Genoa aside and Fiorentina conquered Chievo.
Fiorentina are on a wave of enthusiasm and want to keep going against a stuttering Chievo side.
Fiorentina’s new starlet Ryder Matos is hitting the headlines and admits he’d love to “become like Alexandre Pato.”
Giuseppe Sannino trusts Chievo can get a result against Fiorentina, as “we are playing good football and just need concentration.”
Vincenzo Montella warned Fiorentina and their fans against “excessive euphoria” with Chievo after beating Juventus.
Juan Guillermo Cuadrado said “it’s too early to make predictions” for the future, as Bayern Munich target the Fiorentina talent.
Fiorentina are one of a number of clubs tracking PSV Eindhoven forward Ola Toivonen, reports suggest.
Vincenzo Montella praised Joaquin and Marko Bakic after Fiorentina’s 3-0 win over Pandurii.
Fiorentina have one foot in the Europa League knockouts after beating Pandurii 3-0, including stunning Joaquin and Ryder Matos solo efforts.
Fiorentina’s Joaquin said Serie A “is much more difficult than Spanish football” and was stunned by the post-Juventus celebrations.
Fiorentina put their faith in Joaquin, Ryder Matos and Olexandr Yakovenko against Pandurii this evening.
Vincenzo Montella claims Fiorentina’s poor first half against Juventus was because their “minds were on Pandurii” and the Europa League.