CROTONE NEWS

Chievo hit back after the FIGC Prosecutor requested their relegation to Serie B, insisting there was a “gross miscalculation” of their transfer fees.
The FIGC Prosecutor has requested a 15-point penalty for Chievo that would see them relegated for fictitious transfer figures.
Fiorentina have officially confirmed the signing of Federico Ceccherini from Crotone on a permanent transfer.
Fiorentina have reportedly agreed terms with Crotone for defender Federico Ceccherini in a €3m deal.
Crotone have officially appointed former Italy midfielder Giovanni Stroppa as their new Coach.
Cosenza are back in Serie B after 15 years, joining Padova, Livorno and Lecce in the 2018-19 season.
Mario Mandzukic was decisive as Croatia beat Nigeria 2-0, forcing an own goal and earning a penalty converted by Luka Modric.
Roma striker Marco Tumminello arrived ahead of his transfer to Atalanta and assures it is “the right choice.”
Crotone have reportedly found their new Coach, poaching Giovanni Stroppa from Foggia.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi confirmed talks for Federico Marchetti and Rolando Mandragora, but “Roma and Lazio didn’t ask for Diego Laxalt.”
Juventus secured the Scudetto for a seventh season in a row, but they needed 95 points to hold off the challenge of Maurizio Sarri's Napoli.
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Juventus could loan Rolando Mandragora out again this season, with Atalanta, Genoa and Sampdoria ready to use him.
Nigeria have named their 23-man squad for the 2018 World Cup, including Joel Obi and Crotone striker Simy.
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It is reported that former Crotone Coach Davide Nicola is in talks to take over at Sassuolo.
Rolando Mandragora made his senior debut in a 3-1 defeat and hopes Italy can learn to trust young players the way they do in France.
Roberto Mancini maintains Italy’s debutants and an improving Mario Balotelli “bode well for the future” after the 3-1 defeat to France.
Mattia Caldara, Rolando Mandragora and Domenico Berardi all make their senior Italy debuts against France this evening.
Roberto Mancini explained his radically-experimental Italy side to face France. “Risking defeat is how you learn and see what you can do.”