CATANIA NEWS

Catania got the better of Atalanta thanks to an Alejandro Gomez wonder strike and late Felipe Seymour effort, while their Serie A debutant goalkeeper impressed.
Stefano Colantuono says tonight’s Catania-Atalanta match is “a battle of the true revelations” in Serie A this season.
Catania are without a victory in four rounds, so Vincenzo Montella intends to turn the tide against Atalanta tonight, but refuses to talk about his future.
Vincenzo Montella has looked to end speculation on his future by indicating that he will be staying at Catania for next season.
Giovanni Marchese still believes that Catania can qualify for Europe this season, with the weekend providing an opportunity to show why.
Catania are confident that they will be able to keep hold of boss Vincenzo Montella for at least one more campaign.
Maxi Lopez believes that he has done enough at Milan since his January arrival to earn a permanent move to San Siro.
Pietro Lo Monaco has hinted that reports linking himself and a couple of other Catania names to Napoli may come true. “Anything can happen.”
Catania have confirmed an interest in Chilean talent Junior Fernandes, but insist “there are no negotiations at this time.”
Napoli fell to a third straight defeat and Roma left it late against Udinese. Lecce shocked Catania’s makeshift goalkeeper, so Genoa slide closer to the drop zone.
Cagliari have confirmed that this weekend’s fixture with Catania has been put back 24 hours so as to be played in Trieste.
Davide Lanzafame is struggling for games at Catania, but he wants to continue his career with the Sicilian club.
Catania boss Vincenzo Montella has underlined Francesco Totti’s importance to Eternal City outfit Roma.
Former Roma director Gian Paolo Montali was in favour of keeping Coach Vincenzo Montella at the club for 2011-12.
Domenico Di Carlo hailed Chievo's consistency, but Vincenzo Montella criticised Catania on a psychological level.
Roma were flattened 4-2 by Lecce and Udinese got back on track against Parma, while 10-man Catania capitulated at Chievo and Siena shocked Atalanta.
Domenico Di Carlo’s Chievo are now safe, so he asks his men to “beat Catania to give our fans even more satisfaction.”
Vincenzo Montella has reiterated Catania’s seriousness in pushing for European qualification this season.
Former referee and current President of the Italian Referees’ Association Marcello Nicchi believes Milan didn’t score a second goal in Catania in Week 30.
Catania defender Giovanni Marchese insists Robinho’s shot did not cross the line, despite Milan’s protestations.