CATANIA NEWS

Roberto Donadoni was disappointed by the Tardini surface and Rolando Maran felt Catania did all they could.
Juventus fumbled a 2-0 lead in Verona on Daniel Osvaldo’s debut, while Sampdoria and Genoa scraped important victories.
Roberto Donadoni prepares Parma to face Catania and hints he could give Nicola Pozzi and Cristian Molinaro debuts.
Catania goalkeeper Alberto Frison has been diagnosed with a thigh strain, so Mariano Andujar is recalled.
Rolando Maran looks on the bright side, but Domenico Di Carlo has regrets.
Error-prone Napoli were crushed by Atalanta, Lazio sank Chievo, Verona ruined Alberto Malesani’s Sassuolo debut and Catania-Livorno was a six-goal thriller.
Rolando Maran believes it is “possible” for Catania to stay in Serie A as they go head-to-head with Livorno.
Domenico Di Carlo believes Livorno “can achieve safety” with new arrivals Ishak Belfodil and Djamel Mesbah.
Last-gasp transfers included Bologna signing Corinthians midfielder Ibson, Slovan Liberec striker Michael Rabusic to Verona and Francesco Fedato to Catania.
Chievo and Catania have added to their squads, with Tiberio Guarente, Victor Obinna and Juan Manuel Rios joining.
It is being reported that Livorno have agreed a deal to sign Algerian striker Ishak Belfodil from Inter.
Catania have emerged with late interest in Inter’s Ishak Belfodil and have apparently just met with the player’s agent.
Maxi Lopez has insisted that he ‘didn’t hesitate for a moment’ when he was made aware of Sampdoria’s interest.
Napoli have officially signed Argentina international goalkeeper Mariano Andujar from Catania, though he’ll stay in Sicily.
Sampdoria have confirmed that they have reached an agreement with Catania for striker Maxi Lopez.
Maxi Lopez has reportedly completed a move from Catania to Sampdoria and will be at a first training session today.
Catania striker Maxi Lopez has admitted that he would be willing to move back to Sampdoria.
Walter Mazzarri felt abandoned by Inter fans and Rolando Maran treasured this first away point.
Walter Mazzarri blamed the “atmosphere” and lack of enthusiasm for Inter’s failure to beat Catania.
Inter’s crisis intensified with a draw against bottom club Catania, while Parma, Torino and Livorno got precious victories.