CATANIA NEWS

Antonio Conte is pleased Juventus ended their dry spell and passed the Catania test. “We’d never gone behind at home before.”
Vincenzo Montella has “regrets” about Catania’s missed opportunities in the 3-1 defeat, but praised the Juventus mentality.
Juventus fought back from a shock early Catania goal to win 3-1 thanks to Andrea Pirlo’s first strike for the club, but ex-Juve defender Marco Motta saw red.
Juventus welcome Catania this evening with Marco Borriello and Fabio Quagliarella in the starting XI.
Simone Pepe returns to Juventus for tomorrow’s match with Catania, but Alessandro Del Piero is in doubt after suffering from flu symptoms.
Catania President Antonio Pulvirenti has revealed that plans are already set in motion for the club to build a new €100m 35,000 capacity stadium in Sicily.
Antonio Conte has responded to the growing number that have criticised his outburst about refereeing after Juventus’ midweek match in Parma.
Catania boss Vincenzo Montella has rejected the theory that there is a conspiracy to stop Juventus from winning.
With Juventus struggling to score and Milan facing a tricky away trip to Cesena, there is no guessing who will be top of the pile after Week 24.
Inter and Juventus look to return to winning ways with home fixtures in Week 24, whilst Lecce and Siena face off in the relegation battle.
Catania have tightened their grip on Argentine defender Nicolas Spolli by extending his contract.
Francesco Lodi says he’s prepared to spend the rest of his career with current club Catania.
Marco Motta has asked his Catania teammates to continue where they left off against Genoa when taking on Juventus.
The postponed Bologna-Juventus, Parma-Fiorentina and Cesena-Catania ties will now take place on Wednesday 7 March.
Vincenzo Montella still wasn't content with a 4-0 triumph, but Pasquale Marino blames injury problems.
Catania demolished Genoa 4-0 with a Pablo Barrientos brace to earn their first victory of 2012, while Lecce thanked the woodwork against Atalanta.
Catania demolished Genoa 4-0 with a Pablo Barrientos brace to earn their first victory of 2012.
Catania Coach Vincenzo Montella is not happy that Genoa are missing Alberto Gilardino, as this makes them more of a tactical enigma.
Catania have learned they will be without Alessandro Potenza for the rest of the season after he damaged knee ligaments.
Pasquale Marino returns to face his first Serie A club Catania this weekend and tells Genoa they need to step up their away form despite injuries.