SAMPDORIA NEWS

Patrik Schick scored one of the goals of the season, but Crotone’s determination turned it around for a 2-1 win over Sampdoria.
Marco Giampaolo promises Sampdoria will respect the Serie A relegation battle when they face Crotone.
Davide Nicola says Crotone have prepared for today's match with Sampdoria 'like maniacs' and can achieve the extraordinary.
It’s claimed Genoa ultras include a “strong presence from organised crime who behave very much like the Mafia and the club mediates meetings with players.”
Antonio Cassano confirms he won’t hang up his boots - “I can still make the difference in Serie A”.
Lucas Torreira “is tracked by Roma and Sevilla, but the Sampdoria President wants €15m,” said his agent.
Fiorentina striker Nikola Kalinic and Bologna midfielder Erick Pulgar have received two-match bans for insulting the referees.
Sampdoria will meet with Patrik Schick next Monday to discuss a contract renewal, according to reports.
Legendary Milan midfielder Ruud Gullit is reportedly a surprise contender to become Netherlands’ next Coach.
Eusebio Di Francesco was pleased to end the home losing streak and feels Sassuolo have learned from this season, but his future remains in doubt.
Marco Giampaolo concedes Sampdoria made costly errors in their 2-1 defeat to Sassuolo. “We could’ve lost by a bigger margin.”
Sassuolo fought back from a goal down to beat Sampdoria 2-1, ending their run of five consecutive home defeats.
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s 10 Serie A games, from the Milan Derby through Roma-Atalanta, Pescara-Juventus, Fiorentina-Empoli and Genoa-Lazio to Napoli-Udinese.
Luciano Spalletti warned “Roma results will decide the future” ahead of his 400th Serie A match this weekend. “Football is my life.”
Juventus could reportedly activate the €25m release clause for Patrik Schick and leave him on loan at Sampdoria until 2018.
The changes to the fixture list for Serie A Week 34, 35 and 36 have been announced, including Roma-Lazio, Inter-Napoli, Milan-Roma and Roma-Juventus.
Marco Giampaolo concedes Fiorentina did earn their point in a 2-2 thriller, despite Sampdoria taking the lead twice.
Join us for the build-up and action from all seven Serie A games, from Sampdoria-Fiorentina through Crotone-Inter, Milan-Palermo, Bologna-Roma and Lazio-Napoli.
Paulo Sousa insists “Europe was never the objective” for Fiorentina after their 2-2 draw away to Sampdoria.
Fiorentina fought back twice from a goal down to snatch a 2-2 draw away to Sampdoria, sealed by a Khouma Babacar last-minute stunner.