UDINESE NEWS

Udinese are in the top four, but Andrea Stramaccioni is concerned about their trip to Torino. “They are very organised.”
Antonio Di Natale is now 37 and targeting Roberto Baggio’s Serie A goals record. “Football is my life.”
Udinese assistant manager Dejan Stankovic “will never stop dreaming” of a job as Inter Coach.
Torino captain Kamil Glik saw his two-match ban halved, but Omar El Kaddouri had his two-round suspension confirmed.
Udinese President Franco Soldati congratulated Antonio Di Natale on his 37th birthday. “He’s an exemplary professional.”
Antonio Di Natale turns 37 tomorrow, but the Udinese veteran takes inspiration from Francesco Totti. “I want to have fun.”
Udinese were held to a thrilling 3-3 draw by Austrian Bundesliga leaders Wolfsberger today.
Udinese will be without striker Luis Muriel for three weeks after he sprained his ankle and knee.
Palermo have confirmed that they have integrated former Napoli and Udinese assistant Coach Fabio Viviani into Beppe Iachini’s staff.
Udinese Coach Andrea Stramaccioni said “to make football credible we need to use technology.”
Watford – owned by Udinese patrons the Pozzo family – have moved on to their fourth Coach of the season.
Andrea Stramaccioni admits he does hope to one day return to Inter, and says he wouldn’t have ever left if it had been down to Massimo Moratti.
Andrea Stramaccioni accused Cesena of “diving” to earn a crucial penalty against Udinese.
Lazio saw off Sassuolo in a thriller with five goals and two red cards, Genoa snatched victory at Parma, Cesena held Udinese so Sampdoria go third.
Udinese embrace captain Antonio Di Natale and try to consolidate third place against Cesena.
Andrea Stramaccioni said Cesena is “a different game” to any others so far for Udinese, who welcome back Antonio Di Natale.
Udinese have joined Antonio Di Natale in mourning after his father passed away last night.
Cyril Thereau believes that whilst Udinese have room to improve, they are capable of aiming for European qualification this season.
It was a day for foreigners, freak goals and free-kicks in Serie A as Dave Taylor picks his best XI from Week 5.
Roberto Donadoni believes carelessness was to blame for Parma’s 4-2 defeat at Udinese on Monday.