UDINESE NEWS

Francesco Guidolin has welcomed Michele Pazienza back to Udinese and confirmed that he could feature for the Zebrette as soon as tomorrow night.
Serie A side Udinese have, as expected, confirmed the capture of Juventus midfielder Michele Pazienza.
Michele Pazienza is ready to re-join Udinese after a deal was reportedly agreed with Juventus.
Udinese have apparently failed to agree a deal with Juventus to take Michele Pazienza, paving the way for the midfielder’s possible return to Napoli.
Napoli have joined Udinese in their pursuit of Juventus midfielder Michele Pazienza, his agent has revealed.
Antonio Conte admits he “really feared” the meeting with Udinese and listed ways in which Juventus need to improve.
Francesco Guidolin is disappointed at defeat to Juventus, as Udinese “could’ve done better. We got it wrong in the last five minutes of the first half.”
Alessandro Matri’s brace gave Juventus a 2-1 victory over Udinese in this top of the table showdown under the snow.
Juventus rely on Fabio Quagliarella and Alessandro Matri in a 3-4-1-2 against Antonio Di Natale’s Udinese, as it’s first against third in Turin this evening.
Tonight’s Juventus-Udinese showdown should go ahead as planned despite heavy snow, as the new Juventus Stadium prepares for a big test.
Juventus face Udinese this weekend without Mirko Vucinic, but are able to call up Claudio Marchisio, Simone Pepe and Elijero Elia.
Francesco Guidolin has conceded that his Udinese side’s opponents this weekend, Juventus, are still very much ahead of the Zebrette.
Udinese could sign Juventus’ Michele Pazienza before the transfer window closes, his agent has suggested.
Coach Antonio Conte insists tomorrow’s game between Juventus and Udinese is a Scudetto six-pointer.
Marcelo Estigarribia has no doubts about whom Juventus will have to stop on Saturday – Antonio Di Natale.
Antonio Di Natale is hoping to be named in the Italy squad for Euro 2012. “I haven’t booked my holiday yet…”
Italy’s annual Oscar del Calcio awards have been held this evening, with Milan dominating the proceedings.
Francesco Guidolin felt Udinese were lazy, while Vincenzo Montella criticised Catania's finishing.
Francesco Guidolin feels Udinese have “turned the logic of football upside down” with their continuing success.
Palermo played an eight-goal thriller, Napoli and Lecce snatched draws, Udinese celebrated, but Fiorentina stalled in Sardinia.