GENOA NEWS

Alessandro Diamanti’s fierce strike earned a victory over Genoa and may well have saved Stefano Pioli’s Bologna job.
It’s likely to be Stefano Pioli’s last game in charge of Bologna as he hosts Genoa in the early kick-off.
Gian Piero Gasperini warned Genoa against expecting Bologna to be pushovers in today’s early game.
Stefano Pioli admits today’s game with Genoa could be his last for Bologna, but “I am not the only person responsible.”
Luca Antonini has explained why he decided to leave Milan for Genoa during the summer transfer session.
Genoa midfielder Juraj Kucka has admitted he was touched by his teammates show of support at the weekend.
Gian Piero Gasperini has huge regrets at the late equaliser, but Stefano Colantuono said it was deserved.
Fiorentina crushed Bologna, Miroslav Klose’s brace revived Lazio, Sampdoria and Torino earned shock away wins in Udine and Verona, while last-gasp Atalanta held Genoa.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi claims he “lost €140m” by investing in football and must sell some star players.
Atalanta boss Stefano Colantuono is ‘not worried’ by his side’s growing injury list as they prepare to play Genoa.
Cagliari defender Nicola Murru received his first Italy Under-21 call-up and Genoa’s Mattia Perin returned.
Genoa will be without Juraj Kucka for four months after surgery, reports the Gazzetta dello Sport.
Reports in the Italian Press this afternoon suggest that Genoa could make a double move for Giuseppe Sculli and Stephan El Shaarawy next month.
Mattia Perin’s agent has denied reports that Milan and Genoa will meet this week to discuss the goalkeeper.
Genoa goalkeeper Mattia Perin could be set for a recall to the Italian Under-21 set-up.
Il Secolo XIX expects Juraj Kucka to be sidelined for six months after the Genoa man picked up an injury.
Both Diego Lopez and Gian Piero Gasperini had to comment on the controversial red card.
Lazio’s crisis goes from bad to worse with defeat at Torino, Verona and Cagliari dramatic comebacks, Sampdoria and Chievo revivals continue.
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani confirmed Keisuke Honda in January, turned down Francesco Lodi and “won’t rule out surprises.”
Francesco Lodi’s days at Genoa look to be coming to an end, with several sources claiming that the playmaker will leave in January.