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Sunday October 18 2020
Gotti: ‘Udinese wanted to win at all costs’

Udinese ‘wanted to win at all costs’ says Luca Gotti after the Friulani’s first win of the season against Parma.

"I saw a team that wanted to win at all costs,” Gotti told Sky Sport after the game.

“Today we conceded little but we conceded two goals. I am one of those coaches who do not want to concede goals which doesn’t mean you can’t play many strikers.”

Udinese faced a Parma side that were decimated by seven cases of Coronavirus.

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Sunday October 18 2020
Udinese 3-2 Parma: Friuli five-goal thriller

Udinese hadn’t scored a single goal this season, but needed three – including a last-gasp Ignacio Pussetto strike – to get the better of decimated Parma 3-2.

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Sunday October 18 2020
Official: new Covid case at Parma

Parma have announced another of their players tested positive for Covid-19 ahead of today's away clash against Udinese, taking the total up to seven.

"Parma Calcio 1913 announce that the round of molecular swabs carried out last night in Udine gave negative results for all the members of the team group, except for one athlete, asymptomatic, who was placed in isolation,” the statement reads.

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Saturday October 17 2020
Now six COVID cases at Parma

The Parma outbreak is intensifying, as there are now six players out of tomorrow’s trip to Udinese after testing positive for COVID-19.

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There had already been four players positive this week, with another announced this morning.

This afternoon, Parma released another statement noting that the latest round of swabs had found a sixth player to be positive.

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Saturday October 17 2020
Udinese-Parma can go ahead

The ASL local health authority has given the go-ahead for Udinese-Parma to be played on Sunday, despite five COVID-19 cases in the visitors.

It is due to kick off on Sunday at 17.00 UK time (16.00 GMT), click here for a match preview.

Parma had four players test positive for Coronavirus this week and added a fifth this morning in the latest round of swabs.

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Saturday October 17 2020
Fifth COVID case at Parma

Parma confirm another senior player has tested positive for COVID-19, taking their total number up to five.

The Ducali released a statement this morning announcing that after Thursday’s round of swabs were all negative, a new test had found one of their players to be positive for COVID-19.

The athlete is asymptomatic and has been placed into isolation.

It takes the total number of cases at the club currently to five.

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Thursday October 15 2020
Serie A Week 4 referees

AIA has announced the referees of Serie A Week 4, with Maurizio Mariani overseeing the Milan derby and Marco Di Bello in charge of Napoli-Atalanta.

The 38-year-old Roman has been given the Derby della Madonnina between Inter and Milan on Saturday, his 92 Serie A appearance.

Di Bello has been assigned to oversee the match between Napoli and Atalanta at the San Paolo earlier that day.

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Wednesday October 14 2020
Coppa Italia: Third Round schedule

The dates and times of the Coppa Italia Third Round fixtures have been announced, including Torino-Lecce and Fiorentina-Padova.

This phase of the tournament is in one-off knockout games, to be decided on the night after 90 minutes, extra time or even penalties.

Serie A clubs begin to enter the competition at this stage, namely Torino, Fiorentina, Bologna, Sampdoria, Cagliari, Spezia, Hellas Verona, Benevento, Genoa, Parma and Udinese.

The following kick-off times are in the UK.

Tue Oct 27

Bologna-Reggina (14.00)

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Monday October 12 2020
Serie A studies the options for 2020-21

Serie A discuss a ‘collective bubble’, salary cuts and potential play-offs as the FIGC chief Gabriele Gravina has the final say in case of a new emergency.

The Lega Serie A will do what they can to finish the campaign in time to allow all competitions to be concluded and help the European Championship take place next summer.

The relaunch decree has established important innovations, but there are many possibilities under evaluation.

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Sunday October 11 2020
Pereyra: 'Udinese like a family'

Roberto Pereyra says Udinese ‘feel like family’ and reveals he rejected offers from other clubs to return to the Dacia Arena.

“It was an exciting comeback,” the former Watford man told Sky Sport.

“I had also received offers from other clubs, but I only wanted the bianconeri. I know the city and I feel like I’m family in this team.

“There are many important players here and this creates expectations.

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