SAMPDORIA NEWS

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Eusebio Di Francesco wants a very different Sassuolo attitude when they visit his old friend Vincenzo Montella’s Sampdoria.
Vincenzo Montella hopes Sampdoria fans can “help the team” end their crisis against friend Eusebio Di Francesco’s Sassuolo.
Torino Coach Giampiero Ventura reveals he “finds adrenaline nutritious” and has an unexpected past as a Latin Lover.
The dates and times of the Coppa Italia Fifth Round ties have been announced, including Juventus-Torino, Sampdoria-Milan and Napoli-Verona.
Sampdoria sporting director Carlo Osti admits they’ll “evaluate” offers for Roberto Soriano but “right now there’s nothing”.
Palermo and Sassuolo both went out to lower-League opposition, in the Fourth Round of the Coppa Italia.
Giuseppe Marotta believes Juventus are “back on track” and will only look for “opportunities” in January.
Walter Zenga says there is “no bitterness” after his Sampdoria sacking, but defends his training methods.
Milan’s joint-CEO Adriano Galliani won’t “make predictions” about the Scudetto but “I miss the Champions League”.
Juventus are reportedly considering a move for Sampdoria’s Roberto Soriano in January.
Milan’s Giacomo Bonaventura feels playing in the centre of a three-man midfield “limits my qualities a bit”.
Sampdoria released a statement denying reports Antonio Cassano stormed out of a training session.
Adriano Galliani saw “the best Milan of the year” against Sampdoria and is glad he resisted Genoa offers for M’Baye Niang.
M’Baye Niang admits he’d been “waiting a long time for a night like this” when bagging his first Milan brace.
Vincenzo Montella was furious with Sampdoria players after a 4-1 drubbing by Milan. “I want an explanation.”
Sinisa Mihajlovic believes if Milan repeat the performance in their 4-1 win over Sampdoria, “then we can beat anybody.”
Jack Bonaventura is impressed by Milan’s new 4-4-2 system after a 4-1 win over Sampdoria. “We are on the right track.”
M’Baye Niang bagged a brace and set up another as Sinisa Mihajlovic’s Milan swept Sampdoria aside 4-1.
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani admits they “considered” Vincenzo Montella this summer and blamed players for their poor form.