UDINESE NEWS

Chievo Coach Lorenzo D’Anna called Udinese goalkeeper Simone Scuffet Man of the Match. “He stopped us getting back into the game.”
Julio Velazquez believes the 2-0 victory away to Chievo shows Udinese are beginning to grasp the mechanics of his football.
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from Serie A, including Torino-Napoli, Bologna-Roma, Milan-Atalanta and Frosinone-Juventus.
Rodrigo De Paul scored a stunner from distance and set up the counter-attack for Kevin Lasagna as Udinese conquered Chievo.
Check all the official line-ups from this afternoon’s Serie A games Bologna-Roma, Lazio-Genoa and Chievo-Udinese.
Chievo Coach Lorenzo D’Anna maintains the Flying Donkeys “have the potential, quality and character to go far” as they host Udinese.
Walter Mazzarri trusts Napoli will shine under Carlo Ancelotti, but prepares several options for Simone Zaza’s first Torino start.
Napoli’s €35m man Alex Meret is reportedly facing another month on the sidelines with an arm injury.
Massimiliano Irrati will take charge of Napoli’s trip to Torino, as the Serie A Week 5 referees are announced.
Juventus winger Douglas Costa has been given a four-match Serie A ban for his elbow, attempted headbutt and spit on Federico Di Francesco.
The Italy Under-21 side will face Belgium in a friendly on October 11 and then Tunisia on October 15.
Torino President Urbano Cairo declares “it’s not worth having” VAR, after Alex Berenguer’s goal against Udinese was disallowed.
Julio Velazquez admits “the draw was the fair result” between Udinese and Torino this afternoon.
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s Serie A games, including Roma-Chievo, Juventus-Sassuolo, Empoli-Lazio and Cagliari-Milan.
Torino director Gianluca Petrachi was furious after their goal was incorrectly disallowed in the draw with Udinese and VAR protocol not followed.
Soualiho Meite gave the ball away for the Udinese opener and made up for it by scoring Torino’s equaliser.
Check all the official line-ups from this afternoon’s Serie A games, Juventus-Sassuolo, Genoa-Bologna and Udinese-Torino.
Walter Mazzarri argues Simone Zaza might be ready to start for Italy, but he “doesn’t have the tempo” to lead Torino against Udinese.
After Italy’s disappointing showings over the international break, Serie A returns for Week 4 of the season.
The referees for Week 4 of Serie A have been announced, with Michael Fabbri assigned to Napoli-Fiorentina.