UDINESE NEWS

Udinese patron Giampaolo Pozzo claims Antonio Di Natale “will play as long as Francesco Totti does.”
Inter have named their squad to face Udinese tomorrow, with Danilo D’Ambrosio out through suspension.
Juventus have been referred to the FIGC over the Marco Motta transfer, and could even be deducted points.
Inter Coach Roberto Mancini warns the Udinese game "will be tough".
Inter Coach Roberto Mancini assures there are “no problems” with Mauro Icardi - “he’ll be our top-scorer”.
Udinese Coach Stefano Colantuono admits Inter’s “chameleonic” nature makes it difficult to predict how they’ll play.
The agent of Simone Zaza says ‘a loan is possible’, with several Premier League sides reportedly lurking.
Nine Serie A players have been dealt one-match bans after Week 15, including Inter’s Danilo D’Ambrosio and Lazio’s Mauricio.
Lazio have been linked with Milan’s Cristian Zapata and Udinese’s Thomas Heurtaux in their search for a new defender.
Paulo Sousa celebrated Fiorentina’s climb into second place, but “feels bad” for Giuseppe Rossi.
Stefano Colantuono insists “3-0 does not reflect the game” after Udinese’s defeat to Fiorentina.
Fiorentina disposed of Udinese to fly into second place, while Atalanta pummelled Palermo, Chievo stunned Frosinone and Empoli doomed Verona.
Fiorentina shrugged off Udinese to leapfrog Napoli in the table and close within a point of new leaders Inter.
Fiorentina look to Nikola Kalinic and Josip Ilicic as they host Udinese to close on the top spots.
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Stefano Colantuono is sure “Fiorentina will fight to the end for the Scudetto, but Udinese can cause them problems today.”
Paulo Sousa explained a new bonding exercise for Fiorentina as they prepare to face Udinese.
The dates and times of the Coppa Italia Fifth Round ties have been announced, including Juventus-Torino, Sampdoria-Milan and Napoli-Verona.
Palermo and Sassuolo both went out to lower-League opposition, in the Fourth Round of the Coppa Italia.
Atalanta Coach Edy Reja felt the controversial early penalty made a big difference in their 3-1 Coppa Italia defeat to Udinese.