SASSUOLO NEWS

Eusebio Di Francesco tried to reassure Sassuolo and Eugenio Corini warned Chievo aren't out of danger yet.
Lazio’s crisis goes from bad to worse with defeat at Torino, Verona and Cagliari dramatic comebacks, Sampdoria and Chievo revivals continue.
Sassuolo are set to own the Mapei Stadium, where they play their home games, after winning a public auction.
Giulio Migliaccio has commented that Atalanta’s win over Sassuolo came about thanks to their collective desire to progress and face Napoli.
Atalanta ended Sassuolo’s good form with a 2-0 Coppa Italia result, sending them through to face Napoli.
Diego Lopez relished the comeback, but Eusebio Di Francesco blamed naive Sassuolo.
Roma and Sampdoria scraped last-minute points away to Atalanta and Inter, Cagliari fought back from 2-0 down to hold Sassuolo, while Chievo won again.
Luca Marrone has no regrets about his decision to leave champions Juventus for little Sassuolo over the summer.
Eusebio Di Francesco sees a general Sassuolo improvement, but Stefano Colantuono curses Atalanta injuries.
Fiorentina suffered a shock defeat in Udine and Lazio needed a last-gasp goal to stall Sinisa Mihajlovic’s 10-man Sampdoria.
Sassuolo President Carlo Rossi insists the club were not even tempted to sack boss Eusebio Di Francesco following the 7-0 loss to Inter.
Luca Antei is the latest Sassuolo player to sing the praises of 19-year-old teammate Domenico Berardi.
Sassuolo’s Domenico Berardi will be Juventus’ first signing for the 2014-15 campaign, notes Tuttosport.
Sassuolo striker Antonio Floro Flores says the 7-0 home defeat to Inter earlier in the season was an important lesson for the newly promoted club.
Sassuolo boss Eusebio Di Francesco says he will attempt to reunite Domenico Berardi with the Italian Football Federation.
Domenico Berardi is delighted with what his goal at Roma meant for Sassuolo and Juventus – the club who co-own him.
Rudi Garcia tried to look on the bright side and Eusebio Di Francesco thanked Sassuolo for not giving up.
Rudi Garcia admits Roma should’ve finished off Sassuolo, but praised their fighting spirit after another 1-1 draw.
Roma were pegged back yet again by Sassuolo at the death, Parma held Lazio, while Atalanta and Cagliari also left it late.
Roma lost their perfect record, but can still make it six out of six on home turf against plucky Sassuolo.