SIENA NEWS

Former Inter director Gabriele Oriali has commented on the club's shock 2-0 loss to Siena yesterday.
Andrea Stramaccioni keeps the faith and Serse Cosmi hails Siena's "almost perfect" performance.
Andrea Stramaccioni urges Inter to “stick together” after what he admits was an “ugly defeat” to Siena.
It’s a disastrous round for the big clubs, as nine-man Milan fall in Udine, Siena shock Inter at San Siro and Napoli can’t beat Catania despite an immediate red card.
Javier Zanetti is on the bench for the first time in four years, as Inter launch Antonio Cassano and Diego Milito against Siena.
Serse Cosmi warns Inter that tomorrow Siena “are not sacrificial lambs” and notes he was the man who got the best out of Diego Milito.
Andrea Stramaccioni admits Inter “miss Maicon,” but can end their San Siro taboo against Siena on Sunday.
Serse Cosmi says Dusan Basta will never score another goal like that, but Francesco Guidolin regrets the red card.
Napoli, Lazio and Sampdoria maintained their 100 per cent records with Juventus, but Roma and Udinese fumbled 2-0 leads while Luca Toni scored on his Fiorentina comeback.
Serse Cosmi insists Siena will take on Udinese “with no fear” as they try to fight back from a six-point penalty.
Francesco Guidolin casts aside Udinese’s Europa League commitments and claims tomorrow against Siena it’s “a relegation dogfight.”
Genoa, their President Enrico Preziosi and 16 players have been deferred to the Disciplinary Commission for handing their jerseys to protesting ultras in April.
Antonio Conte’s appeal against a 10-month ban will be heard in front of the TNAS tribunal on September 21.
Milan have cut their yearly wage bill by €60m, but they are still the biggest payers in the Italian top flight.
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.
Siena visit newly promoted Sampdoria tonight, but Coach Serse Cosmi feels “this is not going to be a relegation dogfight.”
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.”
Ciro Ferrara has called up Enzo Maresca for Sampdoria’s match with Siena and warns “we must remain humble” after beating Milan.
Relegation-threatened Serie A side Siena have boosted their attacking options with the signings of Ze Eduardo and Alessandro Rosina.
Siena will attempt to sign 2006 World Cup winner Luca Toni with talks scheduled for this afternoon.