The sharks were circling and eventually they feasted. Daniele Arrigoni was sacked this week by Cesena to be replaced by serial job-hunter Mario Beretta. But have the Seahorses found a pearl, or have they been lumbered with driftwood?
Cesena will certainly be hoping it’s third time lucky for their relegation battle. After dispensing with Marco Giampaolo, the Bianconeri surprisingly brought in former Bologna man Daniele Arrigoni to try...More
Although the first half of the season is not yet complete, the Serie A table already reveals three clear relegation candidates. Lecce (nine), Cesena and Novara (twelve) are at least six points from safety and risk making the task of survival even harder should their form not change for the better in upcoming weeks.
Despite enjoying just two wins each, Lecce and Novara have shown some ability to find the back of the net. With 17 goal...More
Cesena midfielder Marco Parolo claims he is not thinking about a possible move away from the club in January.
The player has been linked with a number of clubs, including Lazio and most recently Fiorentina, however the player told Corriere dello Sport he is committed to the Cesena cause.
“I do not want to think about these things, otherwise you run the risk of being distracted. I have a great rapport with [Cesena President Igor] Campd...More
Cesena boss Daniele Arrigoni states Udinese deserved their win on Sunday but lamented the incidents which led to the loss and 4-1 scoreline.
The match could not have started any worse for the visitors, as Antonio Di Natale scored inside the first minute. An equaliser netted by Eder gave Cesena hope, but three second-half goals and a red card to Maurizio Lauro ended the contest.
Arrigoni told reporters following the final whistle: “We ...More
Cesena President Igor Campedelli has told Sky Sport 24 that while Marco Parolo is wanted by several clubs, he is an important player for Cesena.
Parolo had a stellar campaign in 2010/11, featuring for the Italian side in March after less than one full season in the top flight. He was linked with a move away from the Stadio Dino Manuzzi in the summer but remained. The Gallarate native is wanted once more by fellow Serie A clubs.
Cesena managed to pull off an unexpected away win in Sicily last weekend against a Palermo team unbeaten at home. These hard fought three points certainly signalled Daniele Arrigoni’s intentions but whether the club from Romagna have the capability to stay up is a different matter.
The weekend's game saw Cesena entering the Stadio Renzo Barbera on a run of good form; two wins in the last three had only been interrupted by a defeat to...More
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