Catania boss Rolando Maran has promised to positively channel the anger he felt after his side's controversial loss to Juventus.
The Elefanti had a goal incorrectly disallowed against the Bianconeri on Sunday, and the 49-year-old Coach has admitted he will try to turn his ire into a good result when they face Udinese tomorrow.
“We have to forget about what has happened,” he told a Press conference. “But we want to try and keep the anger we feel and turn it into a positive when we face Udinese.
“We will leave no stone unturned in our attempts to win this game. We will have to be wary of their width and guard against their counter-attack that sees Antonio Di Natale score so many goals.”
He also commented on the fitness of Pablo Barrientos, who was the scorer of that contentious non-goal at the weekend.
“Pablo has an ankle problem,” he said. “He played through the pain against Juventus, but the injury has increased and will probably stop him this time.”
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