GENOA NEWS

There are reports that Genoa will sack Alberto Malesani for the second time this season to bring in Gigi De Canio.
AIC President Damiano Tommasi warns “the ultras think they are the owners of football. The jersey ransom is unacceptable.”
President Enrico Preziosi calls for Genoa to reflect, but Giuseppe Sannino sees Siena's objective at hand.
Federation President Giancarlo Abete has warned ultras in Genoa that the “climate of violence is unacceptable. They cannot bow to these people.”
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi was flabbergasted after ultras “held us hostage” by suspending the game with Siena for 40 minutes.
Genoa's 4-1 defeat to Siena was suspended for 40 minutes when angry ultras demanded the players take off their shirts, as they were “unworthy” of wearing them.
Siena did not expect their trip to Genoa would be a relegation dogfight at this stage of the season, but Giuseppe Sannino will “defend our position tooth and nail.”
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi has claimed that Siena’s Mattia Destro will return to the Stadio Ferraris.
Chievo’s Francesco Acerbi would not turn down a move to Milan, but his agent insists no deal between clubs has been struck.
Genoa have responded to rumours that Roma want Rodrigo Palacio by shelving transfer talk until the summer.
Gigi Del Neri is being linked with the Genoa job once the current campaign comes to an end.
Maurizio Zamparini has reportedly decided that Siena’s Giuseppe Sannino is his ideal candidate, but the Coach may prefer Genoa this summer.
Genoa stopper Andreas Granqvist has what is takes to play for Milan, says his former boss Pasquale Marino.
Milan aim to keep the Scudetto race going when they welcome a Genoa side battling to avoid relegation.
It’s reported Milan will club together with Genoa to sign Brazilian star Carlos Henrique Casemiro this summer.
President Enrico Preziosi urges his Genoa to stay united against Milan today, “then those who made errors will pay.”
Milan director Ariedo Braida has confirmed “we are interested in” Genoa defender Andreas Granqvist, who they’ll face tomorrow.
Milan’s huge injury list drags on for tomorrow’s match with Genoa, including Kevin-Prince Boateng, Massimo Ambrosini, Thiago Silva and Ignazio Abate.
Massimiliano Allegri defends Milan’s performance this season, before demanding full focus on beating Genoa on Saturday night.
Milan can again temporarily move ahead of Juventus by playing first in Week 33, but they face a test similar to that failed against Fiorentina.