LIVORNO NEWS

Mimmo Di Carlo criticised his Livorno side for putting in a second half display at Sampdoria that turned a 2-0 advantage into a 4-2 defeat.
It was a game of two halves as both Sinisa Mihajlovic and Mimmo Di Carlo raged against their teams.
Inter sank Torino and Parma pushed Verona aside for sixth, while Atalanta punished 10-man Lazio and Sampdoria won a six-goal thriller with Livorno.
Sinisa Mihajlovic told Sampdoria that today’s meeting with Livorno is “a Final to be won at all costs” to go beyond safety.
Livorno President Aldo Spinelli confessed he’s considering retirement, but wants to “leave the club in Serie A.”
Cesare Prandelli has called 31 players for a pre-World Cup training camp, almost all of them debutants, including Simone Scuffet.
Newcastle United, Sunderland and Southampton are reportedly lining up a summer offer for Livorno hitman Paulinho.
Domenico Di Carlo praised Livorno’s reaction to hold Napoli in a 1-1 draw. “I had hoped for a win.”
Rafa Benitez did not hide his irritation at Napoli’s performance for a 1-1 draw at Livorno. “I’m disappointed with everyone.”
Napoli were held to a second consecutive Serie A draw at relegation strugglers Livorno after a Pepe Reina howler.
Napoli have the opportunity to close the gap on Roma and Juventus, but are without Gonzalo Higuain in Livorno.
Napoli visit Livorno without Gonzalo Higuain, Raul Albiol and new goalkeeper Toni Doblas.
Jose Maria Callejon assured Napoli are “working to win” the Europa League and snatch second place in Serie A.
Rafa Benitez has “confidence” in Napoli’s ability to beat Livorno on Sunday despite missing Gonzalo Higuain.
Verona utterly dominated Livorno for 70 minutes, but conceded twice in 51 seconds to only squeeze past Livorno 3-2.
The early kick-off sees a revived Livorno host age-old rivals and Serie A high-flyers Hellas Verona.
Livorno host Verona in the early kick-off and Domenico Di Carlo assured “we do not fear them.”
Diego Lopez felt Cagliari weren't good enough, but Domenico Di Carlo praised a great Livorno performance.
Napoli conquered Sassuolo, Genoa-Udinese was a six-goal thriller, while Livorno and Parma had huge away wins.
Domenico Di Carlo continues to “believe” Livorno can avoid relegation and today they face Cagliari.