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Sunday January 8 2017
Rastelli: 'Cagliari deserved a draw'

Massimo Rastelli felt Cagliari “deserved a draw” against Milan after an 88th-minute Carlos Bacca goal at San Siro.

The Sardinians had held out very well and even saw their own goal ruled offside.

“It’s disappointing to lose at the last minute, of course, especially after a performance like that at San Siro,” the Coach told Sky Sport Italia.

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Sunday January 8 2017
Rastelli: 'Cagliari have our say'

Cagliari Coach Massimo Rastelli is convinced his team will be able to give Milan a game at San Siro this evening.

The Sardinian side have already won at Giuseppe Meazza once this season, beating Inter 2-1, and lie comfortably in mid-table in their first year back in Serie A.

"Do Milan have confidence? Yes, but so do we," Rastelli commented at his pre-match Press conference.

"I appreciate the way Milan manage the game, they play well, they have quality and they get results.

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Friday December 23 2016
Rastelli: 'Strange Cagliari atmosphere'

Massimo Rastelli concedes “there is a strange atmosphere” at Cagliari after Marco Sau and Daniele Dessena rows despite a 4-3 win over Sassuolo.

The Coach was hanging by a thread before this evening’s victory over 10 men.

“I never thought of the possibility of being fired,” he told Sky Sport Italia. “I tried to remain sharp and give something to the team, even when we were 3-1 down.

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Wednesday December 21 2016
Rastelli: 'I won't quit Cagliari'

Massimo Rastelli insists “the word quit is not in my vocabulary” after reports Cagliari will sack him if he doesn’t beat Sassuolo.

It kicks off on Thursday at 19.45 GMT, click here for a match preview.

“We want to win in order to make our fans happy and go into the winter break more relaxed,” the Coach said in his Press conference.

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Saturday December 17 2016
Cagliari consider Rastelli sack

Cagliari have been put into a training retreat and Coach Massimo Rastelli is hanging by a thread after a 2-0 defeat to Empoli.

The Sardinians are sliding down the standings and have the worst defence in Serie A, conceding 39 goals in just 17 games.

According to Sky Sport Italia, President Tommaso Giulini is meeting with his advisors to decide whether or not Rastelli will be fired.

Cagliari are in a difficult situation after winning just two of the last nine rounds with six defeats.

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Sunday December 11 2016
Rastelli: 'Napoli are a great side'

Massimo Rastelli tipped his hat to Napoli after Cagliari were swept aside 5-0 on home turf.

“I think up until the first goal, it was the game I expected,” the Coach told Sky Sport Italia.

“We faced a great team, we pressed them and tried to take away time and space to think, but the moment they took the lead, the match swung their way.

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Saturday December 10 2016
Rastelli: 'Heart and soul to beat Napoli'

Massimo Rastelli told Cagliari they “must give heart and soul” to beat Napoli in tomorrow’s early kick-off in Sardinia.

It starts on Sunday at 11.30 GMT, click here for a match preview.

“We must give heart and soul if we want to come away with a result, but I have faith because we’ve shown that on home turf we can fight it out with anyone,” said the Coach.

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Saturday December 3 2016
Rastelli: 'Pescara crucial for Cagliari'

Massimo Rastelli tells Cagliari that “safety passes through Pescara” ahead of tomorrow’s trip to the Stadio Adriatico.

It kicks off on Sunday at 14.00 GMT, click here for a match preview.

“Our safety passes through Pescara,” said the Coach in his Press conference.

Both sides were promoted over the summer, but the Sardinians have done considerably better so far this season.

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Sunday November 27 2016
Rastelli: 'Cagliari gave our all'

Massimo Rastelli felt Cagliari “gave everything we had” to earn the victory over Udinese.

The Sardinians got the 2-1 result thanks to a Diego Farias penalty and Marco Sau back-heel flick.

“We gave everything we had for this win and it was thoroughly deserved, albeit against an impressive Udinese side,” Coach Rastelli told Radio Rai.

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Saturday November 19 2016
Rastelli: 'Cagliari did all we could'

Cagliari Coach Massimo Rastelli insists they “did all we could” in a slender 1-0 defeat to Chievo.

Massimo Gobbi started his run from midfield and completed a give-and-go with Lucas Castro to secure the result at the Stadio Bentegodi.

“The only regrets from today are about the result,” Rastelli told Sky Sport Italia.

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