CROTONE NEWS

Crotone became the third and final team to be relegated to Serie B after a 2-1 defeat at Napoli.
Napoli doomed Crotone to relegation and became the first side in Serie A history to achieve 90 points and still not win the Scudetto.
Join us for the build-up and action from the final Serie A games of the season, including Milan-Fiorentina, Napoli-Crotone and Lazio-Inter.
Check all the official line-ups from this evening’s Serie A games, including Cagliari-Atalanta, SPAL-Sampdoria and Udinese-Bologna.
Napoli could be saying goodbye to many famous faces, but Crotone simply have to win and hope for the best to stay in Serie A.
The final weekend of the Serie A season sees five teams with a mathematic possibility of going down, with just four points separating 14th from 18th.
Igor Tudor believes “what happens on the field will decide who deserves to stay in Serie A” as Udinese take on Bologna.
Leonardo Semplici warns Sampdoria “won’t do us any favours” as they go into the final 90 minutes of the season seeking Serie A safety.
Walter Zenga concedes Crotone’s Serie A fate is not just in their hands ahead of the trip to Napoli. “I’m on the verge of a nervous breakdown!”
Roberto Mancini has named his first Italy squad for friendlies against Saudi Arabia, France and the Netherlands, including Mario Balotelli.
Napoli captain Marek Hamsik is seriously considering a move to China, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport, while Dries Mertens could also leave.
Crotone President Gianni Vrenna fears referee Paolo Tagliavento will “do more damage, because he already took two points off us” against Cagliari.
Gianluca Rocchi has been confirmed as the referee for the Champions League showdown between Lazio and Inter on Sunday night.
Several Serie A players are included in Sweden’s 23-man World Cup squad, including Oscar Hiljemark, Filip Helander and Marcus Rohden.
Simone Inzaghi has hinted that Stefan de Vrij will miss Lazio’s Champions League decider against Inter. “I have other top defenders…”
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s eight Serie A games, including Crotone-Lazio, Atalanta-Milan, Sampdoria-Napoli and Roma-Juventus.
Leonardo Semplici believes SPAL ‘could have got a result’ against Torino but their survival destiny is ‘in our hands.’
Going into the final round of the Serie A season, SPAL, Udinese, Crotone, Chievo and Cagliari all risk relegation.
Crotone boss Walter Zenga described the possibility of relegation as ‘unthinkable’ for his side.
Simone Inzaghi concedes Lazio “missed an opportunity” with their draw at Crotone, but “it was destiny” they’d gamble it all against Inter.