World Cup 2014
Serie A wage bills revealed
Milan have cut their yearly wage bill by €60m, but they are still the biggest payers in the Italian top flight.
Napoli and Lazio soar
Napoli pushed past Fiorentina on a shocking pitch and Miroslav Klose kept Lazio on track, while Catania beat Genoa in a five-goal thriller and Atalanta saved two penalties.
Cosmi: 'Samp won't go down'
Siena visit newly promoted Sampdoria tonight, but Coach Serse Cosmi feels “this is not going to be a relegation dogfight.”
Maresca ready for Samp debut
Enzo Maresca is ready for his Sampdoria debut and return to Serie A after seven years around Europe. “I can’t wait to get started.”
Ferrara calls on Maresca
Ciro Ferrara has called up Enzo Maresca for Sampdoria’s match with Siena and warns “we must remain humble” after beating Milan.
Siena – Ze Eduardo and Rosina
Relegation-threatened Serie A side Siena have boosted their attacking options with the signings of Ze Eduardo and Alessandro Rosina.
Siena to make Toni bid
Siena will attempt to sign 2006 World Cup winner Luca Toni with talks scheduled for this afternoon.
Siena: We had Bendtner deal!
Serie A minnows Siena have revealed that they had virtually signed Niklas Bendtner before Juventus swooped for the Arsenal player.
Ze Eduardo to Siena
Siena have moved to sign Genoa's Ze Eduardo, and also made an audacious approach for Nicklas Bendtner!
Conte lawyers start new appeal
Juventus have lodged their new appeal against Antonio Conte’s 10-month ban in the betting scandal, hoping to reduce it by at least four months.
Crazy Roma, Napoli conquer Palermo
Roma twice fought back to hold Catania with thrilling goals, Napoli crushed Palermo in Sicily and Lazio took the points in Bergamo.
Ventura: 'Torino want Serie A stay'
Giampiero Ventura is adamant Torino’s Serie A comeback tonight against Siena will be the start of a new era. “We want to be in the top flight permanently.”
Cosmi rages against new rules
Serse Cosmi’s Siena take on Torino tonight, but the fiery Coach vents his spleen on the transfer market, new rules over longer benches and extra officials.
Italian trio track Toni
Atalanta, Bologna and Siena are showing an interest in 2006 World Cup winner Luca Toni, according to reports.
Siena sign defender Martinez
Siena have signed Argentine defender Matias Martinez, who underwent his medical today.
'Conte lucky to avoid longer ban'
Juventus protested that Antonio Conte’s 10-month ban was a “witch-hunt,” but one of the judges in the betting trial insists “he was lucky” not to get three years.
Agnelli: 'Conte witch-hunt!'
Juventus President Andrea Agnelli has again blasted the sporting justice system for “confirming our worst suspicions” after Antonio Conte’s 10-month ban was confirmed.
Betting appeal verdict tomorrow
The Federal Court confirms it hopes to give a verdict on the betting trial appeal “by tomorrow” after Antonio Conte and others pleaded their case.
Felipe Dal Bello joins Siena
Siena have officially signed Dias Felipe Dal Bello on loan from Fiorentina after his season at Cesena.
Vargas and Uvini to...Siena?
Napoli forward Eduardo Vargas and Roma target Bruno Uvini could both end up at Siena, says Robur sporting director Stefano Antonelli.
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