CAGLIARI NEWS

Diego Lopez wants Cagliari to “give a response on the field” against Verona after their humiliating defeat to Bologna.
Hellas Verona have a perfect home record this term, but Andrea Mandorlini warns Cagliari “won’t be easy.”
Bad news for Cagliari, as Mauricio Pinilla has suffered a thigh strain and could be out for a month.
Juventus swept Catania aside, Livorno-Torino was a six-goal thriller, Verona won’t stop winning, while Udinese and Bologna had away victories.
Inter are in negotiations for a trio of January signings, according to Press reports this afternoon.
Cagliari boss Diego Lopez has conceded that it’s okay for his side to play badly against Bologna, as long as they win.
Stefano Pioli hopes his Bologna side can kick on this week after their first win of the season against Livorno.
Bologna play Cagliari on Wednesday, but could do so without Juan Angel Crespo and Marek Cech.
Vladimir Petkovic confirmed Lazio “would have had a very different debate” if they had failed to beat Cagliari tonight.
Cagliari Coach Diego Lopez admits Miroslav Klose “changed the game in Lazio’s favour” for a 2-0 victory.
Miroslav Klose came off the bench and revived Lazio, scoring and earning a penalty for the 2-0 win over Cagliari.
Vladimir Petkovic is under increasing pressure on the Lazio bench as he welcomes a fired up Cagliari.
Cagliari Coach Diego Lopez assures “there’s no point going to the Olimpico just to defend” against Lazio tonight.
Vladimir Petkovic is under increasing pressure and has Miroslav Klose doubts as Lazio host Cagliari. “My future won’t be decided tomorrow.”
Diego Lopez dedicated victory to the fans, but Rolando Maran rued missed opportunities.
Mauricio Pinilla snatched a late 2-1 win on Cagliari’s return to the Sant’Elia, as 10-man Catania capitulated despite saving a penalty.
Cagliari finally return home to the Stadio Sant’Elia and want to celebrate with a win over Catania.
Cagliari Coach Diego Lopez can’t help but be excited as his team returns ‘home’ to the Sant’Elia against Catania today.
As expected, all of Cagliari’s remaining home games this season have been moved back to the Stadio Sant’Elia.
Coach Rolando Maran says Catania can’t afford to give Cagliari any time on the ball in their Serie A clash on Saturday.