NAPOLI NEWS

Support has been pouring in for Napoli stars Paolo Cannavaro and Gianluca Grava, who were suspended for six months in the match-fixing scandal.
Bologna boss Stefano Pioli has warned his players to forget last Sunday's win over Napoli as they face the Partenopei in the Coppa Italia tomorrow.
Napoli have released an official statement condemning the actions taken by the National Disciplinary Committee this morning.
Paolo Cannavaro's lawyer his hit out at former Napoli goalkeeper Mattia Gianello for the inconsistent allegations aimed at his client.
A lawyer representing Napoli has claimed that the points deduction, bans and hefty fine for failing to report an incident of match-fixing are 'unjust'.
The betting match fixing investigation has seen Napoli docked two points, while Paolo Cannavaro and Gianluca Grava have been banned for six months.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis has reflected on 2012, declaring it a 'lavish year' for the Partenopei.
Napoli do like Siena stopper Luís Carlos Novo Neto, but his agent has insisted that there has been no January bid.
Daniele Portanova made his comeback tonight after a four-month betting ban and scored Bologna’s winner at the San Paolo.
Walter Mazzarri practically gave up on Napoli’s Scudetto hopes after a 3-2 defeat to Bologna and blasted his men for resting on their laurels.
Bologna shocked Napoli by winning a five-goal thriller with Panagiotis Kone’s contender for goal of the season and Daniele Portanova on his comeback.
Lorenzo Insigne keeps his spot with Edinson Cavani as Napoli welcome Bologna in the evening kick-off.
Bologna visit Napoli this evening, but Coach Stefano Pioli warns they “will not just clam up and defend.”
Walter Mazzarri is confident Napoli are on the right track despite last week’s defeat to Inter and the betting scandal, so focuses on Bologna.
Salvatore Aronica has left Napoli ahead of his imminent Palermo move, while Andrea Dossena reportedly demanded a transfer.
Napoli have joined Juventus, Roma and Inter in showing interest in Arsenal defender Johan Djourou.
Juventus midfielder Claudio Marchisio has admitted that the team can go from strength-to-strength now that Antonio Conte has returned from his ban.
Agent of Paris Saint-Germain defender Diego Lugano has admitted that the Uruguay international will leave the club in January.
Paolo Cannavaro's agent has hit out at reports that his client could receive a six-month ban for his part in a match-fixing scandal.
Marco Motta has made clear the belief that Bologna can beat any team they face, if they play to their strengths.