NAPOLI NEWS

Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri joked he did his absences “at school” after Maurizio Sarri refused to attend his pre-Chievo Press conference.
Rolando Maran’s Chievo will face Napoli with “the same enthusiasm” which has lifted them to third-place.
Arkadiusz Milik calls Maurizio Sarri “special” and admits the Coach was a crucial factor in deciding to join Napoli.
Napoli Coach Maurizio Sarri and President Aurelio De Laurentiis are reportedly at loggerheads over referees.
Juventus have joined Inter and Paris Saint-Germain in targeting Benfica defender Victor Lindelof.
Coaches’ Association President Renzo Ulivieri said Napoli boss Maurizio Sarri “damaged his image” by complaining about referees.
Gigi Del Neri feels “Napoli are the only side who can compete with Juventus” for the Scudetto this season.
Napoli are already lining up a possible January swoop for Feyenoord right-back Rick Karsdorp.
Italy legend Giancarlo Antognoni believes Inter “are almost at the same level as Juventus” when it comes to individual stars.
Following the midweek games Juventus have once again climbed to the Serie A summit, as Dave Taylor selects his top XI from Week 5.
Enrico Preziosi shrugs off refereeing controversy in Genoa-Napoli, and “hopes” the Partenopei win the Scudetto.
Aurelio De Laurentiis says while Napoli were faced with “unfavourable decisions” at Genoa, “they are to be respected” as his club “mustn’t look for excuses”.
Marek Hamsik insisted he saw “a great Napoli” draw 0-0 with Genoa but agreed with Maurizio Sarri that his should have been awarded “at least one” penalty.
Genoa Coach Ivan Juric “cannot deny there are regrets” at a 0-0 draw with Napoli, as they had great chances to win late on.
Maurizio Sarri blamed the referee after Napoli’s 0-0 draw at Genoa. “We should’ve had two penalties and I’d like the club to make itself heard.”
Napoli fired blanks at Genoa and Chievo surprised Sassuolo to go third with Inter and four-star Roma, while nine-man Torino scraped a point at Pescara and Palermo shocked Atalanta.
New Serie A leaders Napoli bring Arek Milik and Dries Mertens back into the starting XI for a very difficult match with high-flying Genoa.
Join us for all NINE of tonight’s Serie A games, including Juventus-Cagliari, Genoa-Napoli, Empoli-Inter, Udinese-Fiorentina and Roma-Crotone.
Liverpool generated the most income from selling players to the big five leagues since 2010, but Juventus are in third place.
Inter legend Lothar Matthäus reminisced on his time in Serie A facing Diego Armando Maradona and Diego Simeone.