SIENA NEWS

Francesco Guidolin thanked Udinese's character, but Beppe Iachini thought Siena deserved better.
Stephan El Shaarawy got back on track in Bergamo, but Fiorentina threw it away in Catania and Mauro Icardi scored four in a tennis-style Marassi result.
Siena’s season is going from bad to worse, as the club will lose €8m in sponsorship money from troubled bank Monte dei Paschi di Siena.
There are three official moves to report, as Siena have signed Innocent Emeghara and Salvador Agra, while Genoa loaned Giammario Piscitella to Modena.
Udinese boss Francesco Guidolin has refused to comment on his future at the club after they lost to Juventus 4-0 on Saturday.
Beppe Iachini urged Siena to believe in themselves, but Delio Rossi called Samp lazy.
Giampaolo Pazzini’s brace was ultimately enough to give Milan three points, though a Philippe Mexes own goal gave Bologna late hope.
Delio Rossi warns Sampdoria “we must have more hunger than Siena, otherwise we’ll be in trouble.”
Beppe Iachini admits it will be “a very emotional moment” when his Siena face Sampdoria today, the club he took to promotion last season.
Nicola Pozzi explains why he completed his transfer to Siena and how he’ll feel facing former Sampdoria teammates on Sunday.
Nicola Pozzi has joined Siena on-loan from Sampdoria, the Tuscan club have confirmed
Fiorentina have officially announced the signing of Marcelo Larrondo on-loan from Siena.
Gaetano D’Agostino is excited by the prospect of trying to keep struggling Pescara in Serie A.
Midfield playmaker Gaetano D'Agostino has agreed to join Pescara from Siena, Sky Sport Italia are claiming.
Fiorentina midfielder Ruben Olivera will complete his transfer to Genoa “within the next 24 hours,” announced his agent.
New Napoli signing Emanuele Calaio has admitted that playing in the Champions League was the main reason for his return.
Marcelo Larrondo is reportedly just hours away from completing his transfer from Siena to Tuscan rivals Fiorentina.
Giampiero Ventura is proud of a decimated Torino, but Beppe Iachini rues a missed penalty.
Torino eventually scraped a 3-2 victory over Siena despite being decimated by bans, as Alessandro Rosina missed a last-minute penalty against his former club.
Torino Coach Giampiero Ventura concedes his choices were “forced” by injuries and bans for today’s early kick-off against Siena.