GENOA NEWS

The master taught his apprentice another lesson, as Gian Piero Gasperini’s Atalanta swept his old club Genoa and Ivan Juric aside 3-0.
Join us for a full day of Serie A action, from Atalanta-Genoa through Empoli-Roma, Milan-Pescara, Lazio-Sassuolo and Sampdoria-Inter.
It’s the master against the apprentice, as Atalanta boss Gian Piero Gasperini hosts Ivan Juric’s Genoa in the early game.
Genoa Coach Ivan Juric admits his team’s trip to Atalanta will be a tough and high-pressure meeting.
Gian Piero Gasperini describes Atalanta’s match with Genoa on Sunday as an incredible opportunity for his side.
Vincenzo Montella admits “expectations have been raised” around Milan and they must deliver against Pescara.
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Genoa’s Mattia Perin compliments Milan’s Gianluigi Donnarumma, but says there’s no rivalry between them “as long as Gigi Buffon is around”.
Massimo Ambrosini believes Milan “lack the quality” to win the Scudetto, but could get a Champions League place.
Giacomo Bonaventura believes Milan “emerge from this defeat stronger” after falling 3-0 to Genoa.
Vincenzo Montella insists the 3-0 defeat to Genoa changes nothing for Milan and defended his “carefully pondered choices.”
Genoa Coach Ivan Juric feels they “actually played better” against Sampdoria, but humility paid off in the 3-0 victory over Milan.
Leonardo Pavoletti dedicated his goal in the 3-0 win over Milan to “all of Genoa, as they were difficult days after the Derby defeat.
Milan had the chance to go top of the table, but crashed to a 3-0 defeat at Genoa with Gabriel Paletta sent off for a reckless tackle.
Andrea Poli insists he is “ready to play at right-back, even if it is a new role for me” as Milan visit Genoa this evening.
Milan could be Serie A leaders tonight with a victory away to Giovanni Simeone’s Genoa, but there are a few adjustments.
Milan try to continue their remarkable climb to the top and could be Serie A leaders tonight, visiting a Genoa team on the slide.
Ivan Juric has urged Genoa to expect “very difficult game” as they will be facing a Milan side that are “becoming great” on Tuesday.
Vincenzo Montella says that Milan 'must return to our home in Europe', stressing that this was the priority over a short-term stint at the top of the league.
Genoa assistant manager Alberto Corradi felt a refereeing error proved decisive in their 2-1 Derby della Lanterna defeat to Sampdoria.