SIENA NEWS

Roma are without Mattia Destro, Marquinho and Marquinhos for their home game with Siena on Sunday afternoon.
Beppe Iachini glossed over the refereeing controversy, while Eugenio Corini praised Chievo's patience.
It was a spectacular afternoon in Serie A, as Fiorentina beat Torino 4-3, bottom of the table Pescara stalled Roma and the Sicilian Derby was decided with the last kick of the game.
Siena climbed out of the bottom three last week and Beppe Iachini warns “now is the time to step on the gas” against Chievo.
Chievo boss Eugenio Corini has claimed that his side will face a tough proposition when they play Siena this weekend.
Pescara President Daniele Sebastiani claims without refereeing errors “we’d be on 30 points right now” after another defeat.
Pescara co-Coach Bruno Nobili insists they “did not deserve to lose,” especially as Siena’s deciding goal was offside.
Beppe Iachini praised Siena’s spirit after they recovered from a shock to beat Pescara 3-2. “It was a complicated situation, but the players believed.”
Siena fumbled a 2-0 lead away to Pescara, but snatched a thrilling last-gasp 3-2 victory with Innocent Emeghara.
Serie A Week 32 kicks off with a crunch relegation dogfight between Pescara and a revived Siena.
Pescara boss Cristian Bucchi has admitted that Saturday's match against Siena is their last chance to avoid relegation.
Siena are already in lockdown ahead of their crunch relegation dogfight with Pescara. “This is the toughest game we could face right now.”
Beppe Iachini admits Siena missed an opportunity, while Roberto Donadoni demands more on Parma's travels.
Josip Ilicic inspired Palermo’s shock victory away to Sampdoria, but Parma held Siena, Cagliari stalled Catania and Antonio Di Natale sank Chievo.
Roberto Donadoni has been linked with the Milan job next season, but claims “my future is at Parma.”
Beppe Iachini believes Siena can perform a miracle to secure safety despite a six-point penalty and urged his men to stay focused on Parma.
Siena striker Innocent Emeghara believes that his side have what it takes to avoid relegation this season.
Roberto Donadoni has claimed that his Parma side will face a 'difficult' opponent on Sunday when they face Siena.
Siena goalkeeper Gianluca Pegolo is predicting a bright career for Tuscan teammate Innocent Emeghara.
Siena are still only one point away from the safety zone despite a six-point penalty and President Massimo Mezzaroma believes “we are about to make history.”