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Thursday April 3 2014
Guidolin on Di Natale and Scuffet

Udinese Coach Francesco Guidolin says anyone believing Antonio Di Natale would not have done well at a bigger club is very wrong.

The 36-year-old has been with the Bianconeri for the last decade but the tactician has no doubts that the player would have been able to raise his game, especially in Spain.

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Tuesday April 1 2014
Di Natale sustains knee injury

Udinese announced captain Antonio Di Natale has picked up a knee injury.

The striker was on target in a 1-0 win over Catania on Monday, but chief medics confirmed he also strained a knee ligament during the game.

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Monday March 31 2014
Di Natale downs Catania

Antonio Di Natale’s second half goal was enough to give Udinese victory over Catania, who inch closer to relegation.

Click here for a full match report.

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Monday March 31 2014
‘Scuffet not for sale’

Udinese sporting director Cristiano Giaretta has reiterated that goalkeeper Simone Scuffet is not for sale.

The 17-year-old goalkeeper has been a revelation this season but his impressive form means he has been linked with a move away from the Bianconeri.

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Monday March 24 2014
Giaretta back Di Natale for Brazil

Udinese sporting director Christian Giaretta has backed Antonio Di Natale as an outsider for Italy’s World Cup squad.

The veteran striker netted his 10th goal of the season on Sunday as the Zebrette beat Sassuolo 1-0.

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Monday March 10 2014
Serie A Team of Week 27

From a weekend that saw Juventus seemingly seal the Scudetto, Dave Taylor picks his best XI performers.

Pepe Reina [Napoli]

Was severely tested by the Roma forwards but never found wanting, coming off his line, facing down forwards on one to ones and blocking shots from point blank-range. Was at his very best acrobatically clawing away a ferocious Maicon deflection. Spectacular. 

Guglielmo Stendardo [Atalanta]

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Monday March 10 2014
Pozzo: Di Natale won’t stop

Giampaolo Pozzo has reiterated faith in Francesco Guidolin, despite calling him ‘too emotional’, and affirmed belief that Antonio Di Natale won’t retire.

The future of both men has come under scrutiny during what has been a difficult and inconsistent season for the Zebrette.

“This year we had a bad start and we continue to struggle, it’s a shame,” club owner Pozzo has considered this week to Radio Anch’Io Sport.

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Saturday March 8 2014
Di Natale: 'A great victory'

Antonio Di Natale hailed “a great victory against a great team” as Udinese beat Milan 1-0.

His goal decided the Serie A fixture at the Stadio Friuli, taking his career top flight tally to 185.

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Saturday March 1 2014
Di Natale reconsiders retirement

Antonio Di Natale admits he’s not so sure about retiring at the end of the season and reveals the clubs he turned down.

The 36-year-old Udinese captain had shocked fans, teammates and the club when he announced he was going to hang up his boots, but has now broken into the top 10 all-time Serie A scorers with 184 goals.

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Tuesday February 25 2014
‘Udinese confident over Di Natale’

Cristiano Giaretta has urged Udinese fans to understand and support the team, as he makes clear the ‘confidence’ in keeping Antonio Di Natale next year.

Di Natale has announced his intention to retire from the game at the end of the season, but the Zebrette have latched on to a recent comment that he may indeed reconsider.

“We have not yet talked again, but we are convinced that next year Toto will our captain, our striker,” sporting director Giaretta has reiterated to Calcionews24 today.

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