NEWS
Friday November 19 2010
Di Natale: I have two targets

Antonio Di Natale has two dreams after rejecting a move to Juventus – to end his career at Udinese and to score 100 Serie A goals for the club.

The veteran striker, last year's Capocannoniere with 29 strikes, was targeted by the Old Lady during the summer but he turned them down.

"I have a contract at Udinese until 2013 and I intend to end my career at this club," said the World Cup player.

"I'm happy here and I decided to stay because I listened to my heart.

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NEWS
Wednesday November 10 2010
Di Natale to miss Catania trip

Udinese boss Francesco Guidolin has explained his decision to leave out star striker and club captain Antonio Di Natale ahead of this evening's trip to Catania.

The Zebrette could do with last year's Capocannoniere given they are currently on a six-match unbeaten run in all competitions.

Di Natale has struggled to score this season, finding the net on just two occasions in his 10 outings for Udinese in the current campaign.

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BLOG ITALIA
Tuesday August 31 2010
The doubts about Di Natale

Antonio Labbate on the positives and negatives of Juventus' proposed swoop for Serie A Capocannoniere Antonio Di Natale

When in 1972 Italo Allodi, the then general manager of Juventus, signed Jose Altafini it was widely criticised. Some went as far as to call his swoop for the striker, who was 34, as a desperate and pathetic attempt to strengthen an Old Lady side which had only just pipped Milan to the championship in the previous campaign.