CAGLIARI NEWS

Cagliari have lost their appeal against the 3-0 loss to Roma in September last year, a High Court ruling confirmed today.
Beppe Iachini still believes in safety, while Diego Lopez has advice for Victor Ibarbo.
Cagliari have practically secured their safety in Serie A after getting the best chances in a 0-0 draw away to Siena.
It’s a relegation battle this lunchtime and Cagliari take on taboo team Siena, who are on the verge of an amazing comeback.
Ivo Pulga hopes Cagliari can give a little bit more to end their ‘curse’ at Siena. “We’ve never won there in Serie A, but there’s always a first time.”
Siena are off the foot of the table despite a six-point penalty and Beppe Iachini is confident they can survive if they beat Cagliari in today’s clash.
Cagliari striker Victor Ibarbo has admitted that he 'can't believe' he scored a hat-trick in the Isolani's win over Sampdoria.
Cagliari call a media silence, while Delio Rossi admits Sampdoria were dreadful.
Palermo have a foot in Serie B after a shock home defeat to Siena, while Amauri and Victor Ibarbo bagged hat-tricks.
Cagliari President Massimo Cellino has moved his house arrest to the club’s training ground of Asseminello.
Cagliari-Sampdoria will be played behind closed doors on Sunday, but Blucerchiati Coach Delio Rossi complains “it’s just not football.”
Cagliari's home match with Sampdoria this Sunday will be played behind closed doors, according to ANSA.
Lega Calcio President Maurizio Beretta has revealed that he wants to come to a positive solution regarding Cagliari's Is Arenas.
The entire Cagliari Board of Directors has resigned in protest at the closure of the Is Arenas, as Sunday’s game with Sampdoria will be behind closed doors.
Stefano Pioli thanked the Bologna fans, while Ivo Pulga admitted Cagliari deserved defeat.
Fiorentina scraped victory over Chievo, Antonio Di Natale ended his goal drought, while Bologna scored three cracking goals.
After initially refusing to be released on house arrest, Cagliari President Massimo Cellino has now left prison after 16 days in custody.
Cagliari President Massimo Cellino has refused to leave jail even after he was granted house arrest. “I will only walk away as a free man.”
Cagliari President Massimo Cellino has been released from prison on Friday, but he’ll now be under house arrest.
Cagliari President Massimo Cellino has seen his criminal charge change from attempted embezzlement to embezzlement.