FIORENTINA NEWS

COVID-19 cases continue to surge in Italy, so Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte ordered new limits on sport, playing games behind closed doors again.
Fiorentina coach Beppe Iachini asks his team to be ‘strong in heart and mind’ against Udinese to speed up their progress as much as possible.
World Cup winner Luca Toni confirms he and his family were the victims of an armed robbery at their home. ‘The most important thing is that my family is ok.’
Milan Badelj reveals he probably caught Covid-19 at Fiorentina and says: ‘I hope nobody else will experience what happened to Genoa.'
The referees for Serie A Week 5 have been announced and the AIA has given Milan-Roma to Piero Giacomelli, as Fabrizio Pasqua oversees Juventus-Verona.
Fiorentina announced that a member of their staff has tested positive for COVID-19, so the squad will go into a ‘bubble.’
Fiorentina President Rocco Commisso has announced the club will continue with Beppe Iachini at the helm. ‘We have to stick together’.
Fiorentina coach Beppe Iachini met with President Rocco Commisso and sporting director Daniele Prade today. ‘They will tell you, everything is OK’.
Minister of Sport Vincenzo Spadafora said football has no ‘certainties’ to complete the season and urges Serie A to ‘find a Plan B and C’.
Fiorentina are being linked with former Inter coach Luciano Spalletti, as the pressure mounts on Beppe Iachini.
Fiorentina are reportedly prepared to continue with Beppe Iachini at the helm, even after the draw with Spezia on Sunday.
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s five Serie A games, including Sassuolo targeting second place at Bologna, Spezia-Fiorentina and Roma-Benevento.
Fiorentina’s Director of sport Daniele Pradé says Rocco Commisso is ‘sorry for the fans’ after La Viola’s 2-2 draw against Spezia.
Spezia staged a determined fightback after their nightmare start to Fiorentina, as they were 2-0 down within four minutes.
Beppe Iachini believes Fiorentina have room for improvement and says there are several players who are not in shape yet.
Vincenzo Italiano was pleased with Spezia’s reaction to draw 2-2 with Fiorentina. ‘If we’d believed a little more, we could’ve won.’
Fiorentina will have regrets after this 2-2 draw, as they scored two goals in five minutes and then stopped, allowing Spezia the thrilling comeback.
Check the official line-ups for this afternoon’s Serie A games, Spezia-Fiorentina and Torino-Cagliari.
Federico Chiesa makes his Juventus debut from the start against Crotone, partnering Alvaro Morata and Dejan Kulusevski, as COVID-19 hits both teams.
Spezia coach Vincenzo Italiano assures they will face Fiorentina ‘without fear, as we have our idea of football’ and don’t intend to change for anyone.