GENOA NEWS

Felipe Melo thanks fans for their support after a head injury - “since childhood it’s been said that I have a hard head…”
Inter striker Mauro Icardi was reportedly mugged in Milan last night.
Felipe Melo will stay under observation after the Inter midfielder was diagnosed with head trauma.
Gian Piero Gasperini believes Inter can win the Scudetto, but concedes Genoa “were too timorous” at San Siro.
Roberto Mancini defended his tactical decisions after Inter beat Genoa 1-0. “I am Coach of Inter, not of Mauro Icardi.”
Adem Ljajic “hopes Roma regret me” after scoring the winner for Inter against Genoa, his second goal in as many games.
Adem Ljajic was on target with a free kick as Inter squeezed past Genoa 1-0, but Danilo D’Ambrosio saw red late on.
Inter director Javier Zanetti believes the Napoli defeat was a positive “turning point” and Mauro Icardi should be dropped against Genoa.
Inter drop Mauro Icardi and bring Rodrigo Palacio back into the line-up as Diego Perotti returns for Genoa.
Inter have the opportunity to temporarily recapture the top of Serie A by hosting Gian Piero Gasperini’s Genoa.
Inter forward Stevan Jovetic said he’s “happy to face Genoa, one of the few teams that don’t sit back.”
Gian Piero Gasperini trusts Inter can win the Scudetto, but warned Genoa to calm down after seven red cards.
Inter and Genoa announced their squads for tomorrow’s Serie A clash at San Siro.
The dates and times of the Coppa Italia Fifth Round ties have been announced, including Juventus-Torino, Sampdoria-Milan and Napoli-Verona.
Palermo’s Franco Vazquez has received a three-game Coppa Italia ban after his red card against Alessandria.
Inter Coach Roberto Mancini admits “we aren’t the best-equipped team” to win the Scudetto.
Palermo and Sassuolo both went out to lower-League opposition, in the Fourth Round of the Coppa Italia.
Adem Ljajic believes Inter’s defeat to Napoli can “paradoxically be an advantage”, as it will provide motivation.
New York City FC’s Andrea Pirlo and Lazio’s Lucas Biglia haven’t been contacted by Inter, says Coach Roberto Mancini.
Sassuolo and Bologna are both after Roma's Juan Iturbe, but Genoa may end up sneaking past them.