SIENA NEWS

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.
Atalanta, Bologna and Siena are showing an interest in 2006 World Cup winner Luca Toni, according to reports.
Siena have signed Argentine defender Matias Martinez, who underwent his medical today.
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.
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.
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.
Siena have officially signed Dias Felipe Dal Bello on loan from Fiorentina after his season at Cesena.
Napoli forward Eduardo Vargas and Roma target Bruno Uvini could both end up at Siena, says Robur sporting director Stefano Antonelli.
Siena swept through to the Fourth Round of the Coppa Italia after Gaetano D’Agostino’s brace helped them beat Vicenza 4-2.
Siena have made an offer to Manchester City for young striker John Guidetti, who spent last season at Feyenoord.
Antonio Conte’s appeal against his 10-month ban begins tomorrow and the Juventus Coach’s lawyer points out they are “seeking to completely clear his name.”
Siena have now officially signed Portuguese defender Luis Carlo Novo Neto from Nacional de Madeira.
Emanuele Pesoli ended his hunger strike and met the FIGC President, but warns “I want to speak face-to-face to my accusers. I haven’t done anything.”
Emanuele Pesoli has agreed to end his hunger strike after four days, as the player suspended in the betting trial will get a meeting with the FIGC.
Inter’s Samuele Longo is aiming to be better than Italy Under-21 teammate Mattia Destro one day.
Siena have stated they “would like to keep” Alessandro Rosina after his trial period, but warned he must “sort things out” with Zenit.
Emanuele Pesoli has been chained to the FIGC headquarters on hunger strike for over 24 hours. “I want to defend myself in a real trial.”
Emanuele Pesoli is on hunger strike, chained to the FIGC headquarters, but the Federation insist they cannot solve his problem with the betting trial.
Ex-Siena defender Emanuele Pesoli has chained himself to the front of the FIGC headquarters and started a hunger strike after his ban in the betting scandal.
The Disciplinary Commission will reveal its verdicts on the betting trial, including Antonio Conte and Leonardo Bonucci, on Friday morning.