LIVORNO NEWS

Livorno President Aldo Spinelli claimed “nothing has changed since Calciopoli” after his team was relegated.
Giuseppe Rossi’s girlfriend hit back at Livorno fans after they insulted the Fiorentina and Italy striker.
Davide Nicola feels Livorno did all they could and Vincenzo Montella reiterated his Fiorentina demands.
Livorno, Catania and Bologna are all relegated, while a Torino-Parma dramatic draw leaves sixth place up for grabs.
Livorno are at the Last Chance Saloon when hosting local rivals Fiorentina in the Derby della Toscana.
Livorno are bottom of the table and face Fiorentina today, but Coach Davide Nicola “won’t accept giving up.”
Vincenzo Montella warned Fiorentina are “at a crossroads” and must reinforce if they want to improve upon fourth place.
Livorno released a statement confirming a meeting with Stefano Bandecchi, but denied the club was already sold.
Stefano Bandecchi announced the deal to buy Livorno from President Aldo Spinelli is “99 per cent complete.”
Udinese Coach Francesco Guidolin has refused to comment on his future until the end of the season.
Francesco Guidolin was pleased with Udinese's scintillating first half, but Davide Nicola rued distractions.
Francesco Guidolin has thanked Udinese President Giampaolo Pozzo, after a vote of confidence this week.
Livorno ultras wrote a public letter of apology and shock after Paulinho was physically attacked.
Davide Nicola expected a different Livorno comeback, but Edy Reja has high hopes for Lazio.
Edy Reja urged Lazio fans to believe in Europe and a bright future under President Claudio Lotito.
Torino and Lazio earned crucial wins in the race for Europe, but Parma collapsed in Cagliari and 10-man Sampdoria fought back to beat Chievo.
Lazio and Livorno are forced to reshuffle in a grudge match that can prove crucial for European and relegation races.
Lazio are missing Miroslav Klose, Federico Marchetti and more for tomorrow’s trip to Livorno.
Davide Nicola returns to the Livorno bench against Lazio and promises “we can end the season as heroes.”
Edy Reja gave Lazio a stark deadline. “If we don’t beat Livorno tomorrow, then we don’t deserve to be in Europe.”