SIENA NEWS

Delio Rossi punched Fiorentina player Adem Ljajic in a dugout brawl, while Inter lost in Parma, Lazio drew and Udinese won despite a phantom goal.
Edy Reja says Lazio are “not dead yet” in the race for third, but insists they were right to protest Udinese’s goal. “Everyone saw what happened.”
Giuseppe Sannino is targeting at least a point away to Lazio in midweek so as to make certain of Siena’s stay in Serie A for another year.
Mattia Destro says he will only think about his future once his season at Siena has come to a conclusion.
Siena have admitted that Mattia Destro will be a wanted man on the transfer market at the end of the campaign.
Siena boss Giuseppe Sannino has refused to rule out a summer move away from the Stadio Franchi.
Giuseppe Sannino was 'irritated' by a harsh scoreline, while Massimiliano Allegri replied to the media.
Massimiliano Allegri can’t help but feel regrets that Milan had to do without the inspirational Antonio Cassano for most of the season.
Antonio Cassano marked his first start in six months with a goal and two assists as Milan conquered Siena 4-1.
Milan give Antonio Cassano his first start since heart surgery in October, as he partners Zlatan Ibrahimovic in Siena.
Giuseppe Sannino says it is “an honour for us to face the reigning champions,” but Siena will give their all “knowing football can be unpredictable.”
Massimiliano Allegri admits his future at Milan is up in the air if he doesn’t win the Scudetto. “The club will decide whether I failed or not.”
Giuseppe Sannino and Stefano Pioli have warned their teams that safety is not secure yet.
The Champions League and relegation races are turned upside down by remarkable results, as Fiorentina and Novara shock Roma and Lazio, while Napoli conquer Lecce.
Palermo say that there is a “99 per cent” possibility that Siena’s Giorgio Perinetti will become their new sporting director.
Siena won’t be rushed into making a decision about Mattia Destro, says Vice-President Valentina Mezzaroma.
President Enrico Preziosi calls for Genoa to reflect, but Giuseppe Sannino sees Siena's objective at hand.
Federation President Giancarlo Abete has warned ultras in Genoa that the “climate of violence is unacceptable. They cannot bow to these people.”
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi was flabbergasted after ultras “held us hostage” by suspending the game with Siena for 40 minutes.
Genoa's 4-1 defeat to Siena was suspended for 40 minutes when angry ultras demanded the players take off their shirts, as they were “unworthy” of wearing them.