CATANIA NEWS

Newly-promoted Carpi have officially announced the signing of Catania midfielder Raphael Martinho.
Catania's Nicolas Spolli has officially signed for newly-promoted Serie A side Carpi, after one year at Roma.
Over 100 figures have been deferred to the Disciplinary Commission, but Catania and Teramo risk demotion for sporting fraud.
The start of the 2015-16 Serie B season has officially been postponed from August 22 to September 5.
The head of the Lega Serie B Andrea Abodi admits a ‘difficult summer’ is in prospect, with the collapse of Parma and a match-fixing scandal.
Disgraced former Catania President Antonino Pulvirenti is no longer under house arrest, but has been forced to surrender his passport.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero insists he didn’t wish death on Antonino Pulvirenti, but on ‘corrupt football’.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero declares Antonino Pulvirenti ‘should die’ after match-fixing, and discussed Claudio Lotito.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito claims his phonecalls with Antonino Pulvirenti were to discuss an exorcism.
Andrea Abodi, President of the Lega Serie B, admits the start of next season could be delayed by a match-fixing probe.
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio insists Antonio Conte will remain as Italy CT - ‘an indictment is not a conviction’.
Chievo have signed striker Lucas Nahuel Castro from Serie B side Catania. “Rolando Maran was my first Coach in Italy.”
More details are emerging of Antonino Pulvirenti’s court testimony, with reports he admitted to paying €100,000 to fix matches.
Catania have released a statement confirming Antonino Pulvirenti tried to fix matches, but insist it ‘didn’t have any real effect’.
Reports suggest Catania will be demoted to the Lega Pro, after President Antonino Pulvirenti admitted match-fixing.
Leaks from court claim Catania President Antonino Pulvirenti has admitted match-fixing, while Claudio Lotito denies any involvement.
It’s reported that FIGC will open their own investigation into alleged match-fixing in the ‘Goal Trains’ scandal.
Serie B side Trapani have released a statement saying they are ‘astonished’ to be implicated in a match-fixing scandal.
Former Catania player Gionatha Spinesi says today’s match-fixing allegations are ‘the blackest page in the club’s history’.
Serie B President Andrea Abodi says those allegedly involved in the ‘Goal Trains’ scandal should ‘disappear from football’.