CATANIA NEWS

Luca Toni will be furious, as his 20-goal tally was dragged down to 19 after the League awarded an own goal.
Torino and Lazio earned crucial wins in the race for Europe, but Parma collapsed in Cagliari and 10-man Sampdoria fought back to beat Chievo.
Luca Toni is joint Capocannoniere on 20 goals and believes he can take the crown. “At my age it’d be extraordinary!”
Luca Toni became joint Capocannoniere with a brace as Verona kept Euro hopes alive by thrashing Catania 4-0.
Verona continue their fight for European places while Catania have the last roll of the Serie A dice in the early kick-off.
Andrea Mandorlini is confident Verona’s Europa League hopes are still alive ahead of today’s early kick-off with Catania.
Maurizio Pellegrino won his Catania debut and said an upset against Verona today could “open an important scenario.”
Catania Coach Maurizio Pellegrino says his side’s win over Sampdoria last weekend has given them a glimmer of hope of staying up.
The refereeing allocations for Week 35 of the Serie A season have been announced.
Francesco Lodi is reportedly intent on remaining with Catania for next season, even if they drop into Serie B.
Sassuolo goalkeeper Gianluca Pegolo believes they have a “50 per cent chance of survival” in Serie A.
Maurizio Pellegrino saw the right Catania attitude and Sinisa Mihajlovic conceded defeat.
Lazio-Torino was a six-goal thriller for Europe that only boosts Milan’s hopes, while Udinese held Napoli and Sassuolo shocked Chievo.
Maurizio Pellegrino has claimed that he will have ‘failed’ if Catania are relegated from Serie A this season.
Sinisa Mihajlovic says his future at Sampdoria isn’t just down to him, as he talks of a need for the club to be ‘ambitious’.
Catania President Antonino Pulvirenti believes his mistake was “trying to keep players at all costs. It won’t happen again.”
Doubts continue over Francesco Guidolin’s future at Udinese, with the Zebrette reportedly drawing up a list of potential replacements.
Clarence Seedorf is still not looking at Milan’s position in the table after a fourth win on the bounce against Catania.
New Catania Coach Maurizio Pellegrino admired his team’s “approach, concentration and attitude” against Milan.
Milan did the bare minimum to beat Catania 1-0 with Riccardo Montolivo’s long-range strike for a fourth consecutive win.