SIENA NEWS

Italy CT and future Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has been acquitted from charges of sporting fraud.
Italy CT Antonio Conte’s Calcioscommesse trial will reportedly begin on 4 April and be completed by May.
Italy CT Antonio Conte has officially asked for his trial in the Calcioscommesse affair to be expedited.
Italy CT Antonio Conte will face a preliminary hearing over match-fixing links on February 18.
Parma are rebuilding in the amateur Serie D, and have already sold a record-breaking number of season tickets.
Italy Coach Antonio Conte is “bitterly disappointed, but I go forward” after trial was recommended in a match-fixing scandal.
Cremona prosecutors have asked that 104 match-fixing suspects be brought to trial, including Italy CT Antonio Conte.
Giuseppe Sannino explains why he quit Watford. “The club was extraordinary, but I needed to be back in Italy.”
Gaetano D’Agostino signed for Fidelis Andria today, but “had the ticket” for Real Madrid and Juventus in 2009.
Former Italian international Gaetano D’Agostino has signed a one-year contract with Italian minnows Fidelis Andria.
Free agent Innocent Emeghara said he “cannot comment” on reports he’s close to joining Fiorentina.
Vicenza are the 22nd team in the 2014-15 Serie B season after winning a legal battle to be reinstated.
Juventus have officially signed Valerio Lorenzo Rosseti after Siena went into liquidation.
Juve Stabia have lodged an appeal to be let back into Serie B, as the season starts on August 29, but there are only 21 clubs.
Catania have confirmed that they have completed the signing of journeyman attacking midfielder Alessandro Rosina.
Siena and Padova have officially gone bankrupt after failing to register for the Serie B and Lega Pro seasons.
The 2014-15 Serie B season will kick off on August 29 and conclude on May 22 2015, but three clubs risk missing out.
Siena President Massimo Mezzaroma has resigned to “help the club’s sale” as bankruptcy looms.
Coach Gigi Di Biagio saw improvements in the Italy Under-21 side after Brentford’s Marcello Trotta bagged a brace.
While Palermo could celebrate their return to Serie A this afternoon, Siena are taking austerity measures to a new level.