NAPOLI NEWS

Napoli have already sold over 40,000 tickets for Chelsea, but Christian Maggio begs the fans “need to support us” on Monday against Chievo.
Diego Armando Maradona has confessed he’d “love to become the Napoli Coach,” but is prevented from doing so by a 1980s indiscretion.
Paolo Cannavaro has called on his Napoli teammates to take games to their opponents, rather than wait to fall behind before playing their best football.
Walter Mazzarri can’t believe the number of chances Napoli are wasting this season. “It’s really not going our way.”
Giuseppe Sannino admits it “will be difficult” going into the second leg with Napoli, “but just playing a Coppa Italia semi-final is reason to be proud.”
Siena managed to beat Napoli 2-1 in the Coppa Italia semi-final first leg, but rue a late own goal that gives the Partenopei a great chance of qualifying.
Goran Pandev joins Marek Hamsik and Edinson Cavani as Napoli take on Siena in tonight’s Coppa Italia semi-final.
Stefano Sorrentino has warned Napoli to expect a tough challenge on Monday night in their Week 23 meeting with his struggling Chievo.
The latest Football Money League report reveals Milan, Inter and Juventus all suffered drops in revenue in 2011 but that it was a good year for Napoli.
Walter Gargano took over press conference duties ahead of tomorrow’s Coppa Italia semi-final with Siena. “Napoli want to win the trophy.”
Dutch defender Bram Nuytinck claims “Napoli and Juventus have been tracking me for some time. We’ll see what happens.”
Eduardo Vargas will come good at Napoli, promises his agent, once he has settled into life in Italy and adapted to the Serie A climate.
Former Italy and Milan boss Arrigo Sacchi will be keeping an eye on the development of Pescara young gun Lorenzo Insigne.
Giuseppe Sannino admits it would be best to bring forward the kick-off time for Tuesday evening’s Coppa Italia semi-final between Siena and Napoli.
Marcello Lippi has revealed that Chelsea Coach Andre Villas Boas is concerned about facing Napoli in the Champions League last 16 later this month.
Napoli captain Paolo Cannavaro wasn’t totally happy with the point gained at Milan on Sunday afternoon.
Milan are confident Zlatan Ibrahimovic “will not receive more than a two-match ban,” therefore ensuring he’ll be able to face Juventus.
Walter Mazzarri rues Napoli’s inability to finish off their chances in the 0-0 draw with 10-man Milan. “We lacked the final strike.”
Massimiliano Allegri insists Milan can be “satisfied” with their point against Napoli, accepting Zlatan Ibrahimovic “deserved the red card.”
Milan were held to a 0-0 home draw by Napoli, but Zlatan Ibrahimovic lost his head with a red card.