Francesco Guidolin has urged his Udinese players to forget Sunday's controversial win over Roma, and concentrate on tomorrow's match with Catania.
A late penalty Antonio Di Natale gave the Zebrette a 3-2 win, having come from 2-0 down against Zdenek Zeman's team.
But the 57-year-old Coach has told his squad to focus on the game with the Sicilian club.
“It was a courageous win on Sunday,” he told a Press conference. “But we have to move on quickly and forget about it.
“We can think only of Catania. Rolando Maran has done a great job there.”
He also commented on the fitness of some of his squad players, and who is likely to play at Stadio Friuli.
“Di Natale will play. Gabriel Silva is working well in training and could feature,” he said. “Pablo Armero is just a machine, He's been fantastic, and will play his third game in a short space of time.
“Maicosuel has started well, but I know he's capable of even better.”
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