GENOA NEWS

Diego Milito is backing Genoa boss Ivan Juric to “rise again” with a derby win against Sampdoria and give their season “an extraordinary jolt”.
Massimiliano Irrati has been announced as the referee for the Derby della Lanterna between Genoa and Sampdoria.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi is “convinced Ivan Juric is a great Coach” but “results count…”
Erick Pulgar of Bologna and SPAL’s Pasquale Schiattarella are suspended for Serie A Week 12.
Genoa have announced that the squad will be in ritiro ahead of the derby with Sampdoria on Sunday.
Genoa have reportedly decided to stick with Ivan Juric but will only give him until the derby against Sampdoria this Saturday.
Genoa boss Ivan Juric is reportedly holding crisis talks with the club’s board, where he could be sacked.
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Genoa are reportedly considering Massimo Oddo and Davide Ballardini if they decide to fire Coach Ivan Juric.
Massimo Ferrero is delighted with the job being done by Sampdoria boss Marco Giampaolo and the ‘identity’ he has created.
Leonardo Semplici credited SPAL willpower for squeezing past Genoa and taking them out of the relegation zone.
Ivan Juric insists Genoa “were dominating” away to SPAL and can’t understand how they managed to lose yet again.
Mirco Antenucci’s goal proved enough for SPAL to beat Genoa, ending a run of three consecutive defeats, and leapfrog them in the table.
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Ivan Juric insists his Genoa side have been playing well despite collecting just six points from their opening 10 matches of the season.
Paolo Valeri has been announced as the referee for Saturday’s match between Milan and Juventus.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi has been acquitted of tax evasion by the appeals court.
Maurizio Sarri feels Napoli “felt too secure in our lead, which was a mistake” in the 3-2 victory away to Genoa.
Dries Mertens scored two and forced an own goal as Napoli came from behind to win a 3-2 thriller away to Genoa.
Lorenzo Insigne assures Napoli are “relaxed” as they go into tonight’s trip to Genoa after two setbacks in a week.