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Saturday May 16 2015
Di Natale out of Roma-Udinese

Antonio Di Natale is out of Udinese’s trip to Roma on Sunday evening.

It kicks off at the Stadio Olimpico at 19.45 UK time (18.45 GMT), click here for a match preview.

Veteran hitman Di Natale has not recovered in time from an injury, so will not be risked for this game.

Also absent for Andrea Stramaccioni are Molla Wague and Lucas Evangelista.

This means Chelsea-owned striker Stipe Perica is likely to start in attack.

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Saturday May 16 2015
Di Natale: 'Roma, Juve and regrets'

Antonio Di Natale reveals he turned down Juventus and Roma “in a minute,” but hasn’t decided his future.

The 37-year-old surpassed Roberto Baggio in the all-time charts and now has 207 Serie A goals, most of them for Udinese.

He has received offers from America and Dubai, though the club wants him to stay at the Friuli.

“To be honest, I haven’t decided what to do yet,” he told the Corriere dello Sport. “Right now I am focused on finishing this season well, then I’ll rest and reflect on the future.

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Tuesday May 12 2015
Di Natale could stay

Antonio Di Natale admits he could stay at Udinese beyond this season - ‘I’ll have to think hard’.

The veteran striker was widely expected to leave the Zebrette at the end of the season, with his agent saying it was ‘very difficult’ to see him staying.

However, the player himself appears to have had a change of heart after a rapturous reception at Friuli on Sunday.

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Tuesday May 12 2015
Serie A Week 35: Did You Know?

A record-breaking round for the top flight, Empoli supersub, penalty surprises and Hernanes' revenge in Susy Campanale's stats round-up.

There were 42 goals in Week 35, a new record for the current campaign. It is also the first time since Serie A went to 20 teams in 2004-05 that every side was on target.

Paul Pogba set a new personal best with his eighth goal of the season and hadn’t scored in Serie A since a 1-0 over Sassuolo on March 9.

Juventus extended their unbeaten home record in Serie A to 46 games – only five of which were draws. They also found the net in 49 fixtures here, scoring 111 goals.

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Sunday May 3 2015
Di Natale: 'Honour to beat Baggio'

Antonio Di Natale said it was “an honour” to beat Roberto Baggio’s record, but won’t discuss his Udinese future.

The veteran striker found the net in today’s 1-0 victory away to Verona, his 206th Serie A strike leaving Baggio behind on 205.

“I am happy for me and for my team-mates,” he told Sky Sport Italia after a spectacular back-heel flick.

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Sunday May 3 2015
Wk34: Lazio and Inter stall

Lazio clawed back a draw away to Atalanta, so Roma go second, while Chievo scared Inter, Fiorentina crushed Cesena and Antonio Di Natale beat Verona.

Click here for all the individual match reports from Serie A Week 34.

That includes Roma getting the better of Genoa 2-0 and Juventus securing the Scudetto at Sampdoria.

Or see how it all unfolded on our Liveblog.

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Thursday April 30 2015
Serie A Week 33: Did You Know?

A glut of own goals, Antonio Di Natale matches Roberto Baggio and Milan continue to set negative records in Susy Campanale's stats round-up.

The last time there were three own goals in a Serie A game was Catania-Inter in 1968, when four players were embarrassed.

Empoli benefited from four own goals this term, more than any other club on a par with Genoa. Napoli have scored four own goals this season, so only Verona have done worse with five.

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Tuesday April 28 2015
Strama: 'I applaud Udinese'

Andrea Stramaccioni praised Udinese and Antonio Di Natale for out-playing Inter when down to nine men.

At the final whistle, the Stadio Friuli cheered as if they had won the game rather than lost 2-1.

“What I told my players is that even if we lost and didn’t get points, this game was on a par with the victory over Milan,” the Coach told Sky Sport Italia.

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Tuesday April 28 2015
Inter scrape past nine-man Udinese

Inter earned a 2-1 victory, but Udinese pushed them right to the end with nine men and Antonio Di Natale matched Roberto Baggio.

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Saturday April 25 2015
Pozzo: 'If Di Natale asked...'

Udinese patron Giampaolo Pozzo hailed Watford, but confessed he’d let Antonio Di Natale go “if he asked.”

The club owner commented on the official Udinese Twitter account after a 2-1 victory over Milan.

“It was a game we played well, with character, and that is why we are so disappointed when we don’t give that kind of performance.”

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