CAGLIARI NEWS

Andrea Stramaccioni insists the row over referees “is all over now” as he tries to piece together an Inter squad to take on Cagliari.
Cagliari have lost an appeal to have the Is Arenas re-opened for Sunday’s Serie A game with Inter, so it remains in Trieste.
Cagliari's match with Inter this weekend will be played at Stadio Nereo Rocco in Trieste.
Francesco Pisano is out for the rest of the season after the Cagliari defender fractured his fibula during the draw with Catania.
Rolando Maran hasn't lost hope of Europe, while Diego Lopez insists Cagliari earned their point.
Josip Ilicic inspired Palermo’s shock victory away to Sampdoria, but Parma held Siena, Cagliari stalled Catania and Antonio Di Natale sank Chievo.
Catania may have dropped points recently, but Rolando Maran assures they want to “keep on dreaming” of Europe when they welcome Cagliari this afternoon.
Cagliari captain Daniele Conti says it is “shameful” that his team effectively does not have a home stadium for the rest of the season.
Francesco Lodi is out of Sunday’s game with Cagliari after the Catania midfielder underwent surgery on his hand.
Confusion over Cagliari’s home venue continues, as while Trieste council say they can’t use the Stadio Nereo Rocco, the Lega Serie A claim they can.
Cagliari are back to square one, as after announcing all their home games this season will be played in Trieste, that stadium was also ruled out.
Cagliari director Francesco Marroccu has revealed that the club will play the remainder of their matches this season in Trieste.
Cagliari left the Is Arenas and the Rieti council have confirmed they’re “in advanced talks to host their games this season and the next.”
Cagliari have written to the local council in Quartu Sant'Elena to inform them that they will leave the Is Arenas.
Stevan Jovetic limped off during Fiorentina’s 2-1 defeat to Cagliari and tests confirmed he pulled a muscle in his thigh.
Diego Lopez reveals why Mauricio Pinilla was picked and Vincenzo Montella feels Fiorentina deserved a draw.
Roma were pummelled in Palermo and Fiorentina fell in Cagliari, while Lazio completed a great comeback, the Genoa-Siena relegation dogfight was all square and Amauri scored a peach of a goal.
Milan have formally admitted their dissatisfaction with having to play Cagliari in front of a full Is Arenas.
Cagliari's home match with Fiorentina will be behind-closed-doors it was confirmed today.
Davide Astori had one of the transfer sagas of the summer and looks set for another, as Southampton and Napoli lead the race for the Cagliari defender.