GENOA NEWS

Gigi De Canio still has “doubts” on whether to field Marco Borriello, Ciro Immobile and Bosko Jankovic in a trident as Genoa welcome Juventus.
Genoa will be without summer signing Juan Manuel Vargas for the next three weeks after he picked up an injury on international duty.
Stand-in Coach Massimo Carrera welcomes back Lucio and insists tomorrow’s game with Genoa is “every bit as crucial” as the Champions League trip to Chelsea.
His impressive form has saw him linked with Milan, but goalkeeper Mattia Perin insists he's focused on the task at hand with Pescara.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi is especially keen to see Marco Borriello or Ciro Immobile score against Juventus on Sunday.
Genoa could field a strike paring of Marco Borriello and Ciro Immobile against Juventus this weekend, but Gian Piero Gasperini has doubts over their partnership.
Juventus boss Antonio Conte is prepared to rest as many as four first team regulars against Genoa ahead of their Champions League campaign.
Staying at Genoa to act as cover for Sebastien Frey was not in the interests of Mattia Perin, his agent has stated.
Juan Manuel Vargas will miss out on Genoa’s big game against Juventus after picking up an injury on international duty.
Slovenian midfielder Valter Birsa has said 'he is not just passing through' at his first press conference as a Torino player.
Genoa midfielder Alexander Merkel is well aware of the task that is facing his side when they entertain Juventus in Serie A this weekend.
Domenico Criscito’s lawyer is furious that the defender was ruled out of Euro 2012 due to an investigation that has been dropped.
Genoa, their President Enrico Preziosi and 16 players have been deferred to the Disciplinary Commission for handing their jerseys to protesting ultras in April.
Domenico Criscito is both “happy and angry” at news the betting investigation that cost him Euro 2012 has been shelved due to lack of evidence.
The investigation into alleged match-fixing in the Genoa derby, which cost Domenico Criscito a place at Euro 2012, has been shelved due to lack of evidence.
Genoa forwards Marco Borriello and Ciro Immobile could come back to haunt former club Juventus on Sunday.
Milan have cut their yearly wage bill by €60m, but they are still the biggest payers in the Italian top flight.
Ciro Immobile is hoping to follow in the footsteps of Sebastian Giovinco by doing well at a smaller club before earning a Juventus recall.
The Julien Velazquez saga drags on with Genoa insisting he is “definitively” their player and Independiente saying “they treated us like idiots.”
Genoa are taking their case to FIFA as Independiente insist no payment has been received for Julian Velazquez.