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Cesena cruise past Catania in Coppa Italia third round

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Cesena cruised to a 4-1 win at fellow Serie B side Catania on Thursday to complete the third round of the Coppa Italia.

A Loris Bacchetti own goal gave the visitors the lead on 23 minutes, but Juan Ramos was able to equalise just before half-time.

The second half, though, belonged to Cesena as Marco Djuric gave them the lead in the 61st minute and soon after Camillo Ciano scored twice in two minutes to complete the rout.

The fourth round will take place in December, with the winners advancing...

 By Ben Gladwell

Catania facing possible relegation amid match-fixing case

Antonino Pulvirenti is the president of  Catania.

The state prosecutor studying the case of Italian Serie B club Catania, whose president Antonino Pulvirenti admitted to buying wins for his side last season, has suggested they be relegated and docked five points in the third division this coming campaign.

Stefano Palazzi, who also ruled on the relegation of Juventus to Serie B in the 2006 Calciopoli scandal, has also suggested Pulvirenti be banned from stepping foot inside a football ground for the next five years.

Palazzi's demands will now be...

 By Ben Gladwell

Serie B club Catania up for sale amid Antonino Pulvirenti match-fixing case

Antonino Pulvirenti is the president of Catania.

The president of Italian second division club Catania, Antonino Pulvirenti, has announced his intention to sell the club after receiving death threats, which he said led to him buying matches last season.

Pulvirenti is still waiting to hear if he will be prosecuted after admitting to buying results for his club when they were at risk of a second straight relegation. He spent time in custody before being released on home arrest once he confessed to investigators.

The 53-year-old is hoping some lenience...

Sampdoria president: Pulvirenti should be banned forever after fixing

Antonino Pulvirenti has been in court over match-fixing claims.

Sampdoria president Massimo Ferrero has launched a scathing attack on the president of Serie B club Catania, Antonino Pulvirenti, after the latter admitted fixing five of his side's matches for €100,000 each last season.

Pulvirenti is currently facing both criminal and sporting charges and Ferrero hopes he is punished severely on both accounts for what he has done.

"Pulvirenti should be banned from football forever," he told Radio 24. "How can he even dare to do things like that, soiling the...

 By Ben Gladwell

Catania club president admits buying results of five Serie B matches

Pulvirenti admitted having paid €100,000 per match on five occasions.

The president of Italian Serie B club Catania has admitted to buying five matches last season, La Gazzetta dello Sport has reported.

Antonino Pulvirenti was put under house arrest last week following an investigation into alleged match-fixing in some of the Sicilian club's games last season.

He was accused of paying opponents to let Catania win as they faced the prospect of a second straight...