PESCARA NEWS

Read up on every Serie A game this weekend, including Milan-Atalanta and Juventus-Roma today, then Napoli-Torino, Lazio-Fiorentina and Sassuolo-Inter.
The changes to the Serie A fixture list up to February 19 have been scheduled, including Milan and Juventus games postponed for the Super Cup.
Mauricio Pinilla has confirmed he’ll leave Atalanta in January but promises “I’ll carry you in my heart for a lifetime”.
Juventus are considering sending two of their youngsters out on loan to struggling Pescara.
There are six Serie A players handed a one-game ban from Pescara, Crotone, Udinese, Lazio, Sassuolo and Fiorentina.
Furious Pescara fans staged a protest at the club’s Christmas dinner and attacked players’ cars, forcing police to intervene.
Massimo Oddo admits Pescara “played badly and lost a very important match” after missing a penalty against Crotone.
Davide Nicola said Crotone’s victory over Pescara “was like winning twice” after climbing above the Delfini in the Serie A standings.
Crotone snatched a dramatic late 2-1 victory to leapfrog Pescara in the bottom three with two red cards and a saved penalty.
Join us for the build-up and action to today’s Serie A games, as there’s a Crotone-Pescara dogfight then on-form Sampdoria host Lazio.
Crotone and Pescara go head-to-head in a massive relegation dogfight at the foot of the table.
Gabriel Barbosa “is not happy and wants to be an idol at Inter. If he does leave, it’ll be for a club of the same level as Inter,” said his agent.
Napoli’s official radio station is reporting that Arkadiusz Milik will return for the Pescara match on January 15.
Massimo Oddo believes Pescara “tried in every possible way” to get the victory over 10-man Cagliari, but he’ll settle for a point.
Gianluca Caprari grabbed a late equaliser for Pescara to peg back a Cagliari side down to 10 men for over an hour.
Join us for the build-up and action from today’s six Serie A games, from Milan-Crotone through to the Rome Derby and Fiorentina-Palermo.
Massimo Rastelli tells Cagliari that “safety passes through Pescara” ahead of tomorrow’s trip to the Stadio Adriatico.
Massimo Oddo wants Pescara to play like “11 mad dogs” in the relegation tussle with Cagliari. “We need the points.”
Tonight something’s got to give in Juventus-Atalanta, then on Sunday Milan host Crotone and there’s the small matter of the Rome Derby.
Daniele Sebastiani has slammed Pescara for an “unacceptable” exit from the Coppa Italia and hinted that players will leave in January as a result.