UDINESE NEWS

Udinese have Diego Fabbrini and Pablo Armero supporting Antonio Di Natale as they take on Mattia Destro’s Siena.
Giuseppe Sannino tells Siena they can cause an upset against Udinese today. “If we go out there with the belief we can do it, then anything can happen.”
Francesco Guidolin faces Siena on Sunday, but insists “the Europe League is also important” if Udinese fail to finish in the top three.
Francesco Guidolin has rejected rumours that he has held talks with Inter about taking over as their Coach next season.
Fabrizio Miccoli was furious with his Palermo teammates after a draw with Udinese. “Some of them were strolling out there.”
Bortolo Mutti cannot hide his disappointment that Palermo conceded a late Udinese equaliser “when we were convinced we’d won the game.”
Francesco Guidolin believes Udinese deserved their point in Palermo, but admits he “got the first half team selection wrong.”
Gabriel Torje wiped out a Fabrizio Miccoli strike for Udinese’s 1-1 draw in Sicily, but Palermo were furious with the referee.
Udinese have Antonio Di Natale against Palermo’s Fabrizio Miccoli, as the Rosanero try to avenge a 7-0 defeat.
Bortolo Mutti warns Palermo they must “play to win” when Udinese come to torn on Saturday evening, trying to forget their 7-0 defeat.
Francesco Guidolin admits it is a special game, but the Udinese Coach puts “personal” issues to one side when facing his former club Palermo.
Kwadwo Asamoah’s agent has failed in his attempts to resist discussing the possibility of his client joining Napoli this summer.
Udinese hope for another magnificent seven at Palermo in Week 29, whilst the relegation battle boasts more than one crucial six-pointer.
Francesco Guidiolin and Walter Mazzarri have distanced themselves from the Inter job as Marcelo Bielsa enters the frame.
Goalkeeper Samir Handanovic has reiterated that only a European giant would be able to tempt him away from Udinese.
Francesco Guidolin was sent off for dissent and, unlike President Giampaolo Pozzo, did not criticise the referee in Udinese’s 2-2 with Napoli.
Walter Mazzarri believes Napoli “deserved the victory” rather than a scraped point in their four-goal Udinese thriller.
Udinese President Giampaolo Pozzo blasted the “pathetic” referee for ruining their 2-2 draw with Napoli.
Edinson Cavani celebrated his late brace to earn Napoli a point in Udine, but admits “it was our fault the game was going badly.”
Edinson Cavani had a penalty saved, but scored twice in four minutes to give Napoli a thrilling 2-2 draw against 10-man Udinese.