CESENA NEWS

Gigi Di Biagio named his Italy Under-21 squad for the crucial European Championship play-offs with Slovakia.
Udinese have joined Antonio Di Natale in mourning after his father passed away last night.
Pierpaolo Bisoli warned Cesena “will be tough to beat” this season after taking points off Milan in a 1-1 draw.
Pippo Inzaghi was left to rue Milan’s missed opportunities in a draw with Cesena, but “I cannot complain about the team.”
Cagliari took a shock 4-1 victory over 10-man Inter at San Siro, but Milan were held by Cesena and Torino stalled Fiorentina.
Milan assistant manager Mauro Tassotti explained the change of system against Cesena was to suit Fernando Torres and Jeremy Menez.
Milan transform again with a whole new system to support Fernando Torres with three creative players in Cesena.
Pierpaolo Bisoli points out Cesena “know what Milan’s weaknesses are” and can trouble the big clubs this season.
Pippo Inzaghi asked fans and media not to “seek a scapegoat” ahead of Milan’s tricky trip to Cesena.
Alex and Michael Essien are back in the Milan squad for tomorrow’s game with Cesena.
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi spent three hours talking to the team, paying particular attention to the defence.
Cesena have struck a deal with a local business to change the name of their stadium to the Stadio Manuzzi-Orogel.
Giorgio Chiellini pleased with Juventus’ start to the season “after an eventful summer” and is targeting Atletico Madrid.
Massimiliano Allegri said he is changing Juventus because “players don’t need to be caged by tactics.”
Juventus swept Cesena aside, but Roma needed a late Miralem Pjanic gem to conquer Parma and Inter won with a Daniel Osvaldo volley.
Juventus have high hopes of maintaining their 100 per cent record against newly-promoted Cesena.
Arturo Vidal is expected to start for Juventus tonight, as well as Romulo, whilst Alvaro Morata will continue from the bench.
Juventus are still without Andrea Barzagli, Andrea Pirlo, Luca Marrone and Martin Caceres against Cesena.
Cesena Coach Pierpaolo Bisoli says the key to causing Juventus problems is “a high tempo and concentration.”
Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri does not believe the race for the Scudetto is only between his side and Roma.