SIENA NEWS

Luis Enrique is expecting a tough trip to Siena on Monday and welcomes back Pablo Daniel Osvaldo, but notes “Roma will always play on the attack.”
Siena earned a shock point at the Olimpico, but Franco Brienza warns “it’s not the same Roma” they’ll face tomorrow.
Walter Mazzarri can’t believe the number of chances Napoli are wasting this season. “It’s really not going our way.”
Giuseppe Sannino admits it “will be difficult” going into the second leg with Napoli, “but just playing a Coppa Italia semi-final is reason to be proud.”
Siena managed to beat Napoli 2-1 in the Coppa Italia semi-final first leg, but rue a late own goal that gives the Partenopei a great chance of qualifying.
Goran Pandev joins Marek Hamsik and Edinson Cavani as Napoli take on Siena in tonight’s Coppa Italia semi-final.
Walter Gargano took over press conference duties ahead of tomorrow’s Coppa Italia semi-final with Siena. “Napoli want to win the trophy.”
A new wave of arctic weather is set to hit Italy on Friday, as games like Bologna-Juventus, Parma-Fiorentina and Siena-Roma are at risk.
Siena President Massimo Mezzaroma believes Juventus’ claims for a penalty on Sunday are incorrect, suggesting Beppe Marotta’s protests are misplaced.
Giuseppe Sannino admits it would be best to bring forward the kick-off time for Tuesday evening’s Coppa Italia semi-final between Siena and Napoli.
Siena goalkeeper Gianluca Pegolo has highlighted Juventus’ problems in attack by labelling defender Giorgio Chiellini as their biggest scoring threat.
Antonio Conte looks to the penalty, as Giuseppe Sannino hails an historic result for Siena.
Antonio Conte admits Juventus should’ve taken advantage of other results and noted the penalty incident “is clear for all to see.”
Juventus were unable to break down Siena in Turin, but can complain about a penalty decision.
Juventus look to a trident of Mirko Vucinic, Alessandro Matri and Simone Pepe as they welcome Antonio Conte’s old club Siena.
Giuseppe Sannino believes Siena will have “exceptional motivation” in today’s trip to Juventus, especially as they are facing their old Coach Antonio Conte.
Antonio Conte is ready to rotate the Juventus squad against Siena and thanks the media for “considering us Scudetto favourites.”
Siena President Massimo Mezzaroma believes that outdated stadiums are to blame for the number of postponements to have hit Serie A this midweek.
As expected, tonight’s game between Siena and Catania has also been cancelled because of the snow in Tuscany.
Pippo Inzaghi has rejected an offer from Siena, amongst other clubs, in order to continue his career at Milan.