SASSUOLO NEWS

Sassuolo defender Paolo Cannavaro went under the knife today after fracturing his hand against Roma.
Italy Coach Giampiero Ventura confirmed he will call Sassuolo talent Domenico Berardi and “in future we’ll change our way of playing.”
Roma have officially confirmed that Alessandro Florenzi has ruptured his anterior cruciate ligament.
Roma medical staff believe Alessandro Florenzi has not ruptured the ACL, but will require more tests.
Roma fought back from an early Sassuolo goal to win 3-1 with Edin Dzeko’s brace, but lost Alessandro Florenzi to a serious injury.
Juventus and Napoli swept Sampdoria and Empoli aside, four-star Lazio crushed Cagliari, while Atalanta surprised Pescara and Bologna held Chievo.
Roma director general Mauro Baldissoni told the players to see pressure as “motivation and not an alibi.”
Roma make their push for the Serie A leadership in a difficult trip to injury-ravaged Sassuolo.
Join us for the build-up and action from tonight’s EIGHT Serie A games, including Inter-Torino, Juventus-Sampdoria, Napoli-Empoli and Sassuolo-Roma.
Ex-Juventus player Angelo Di Livio thinks that Roma and Napoli ‘are the only credible threat’ to the Bianconeri.
Sassuolo President Giorgio Squinzi has rued the lack of star forward Domenico Berardi, who is still out through injury.
Roma Coach Luciano Spalletti admits Iago Falque “calls me into question” after a brilliant start at Torino.
Sassuolo Coach Eusebio Di Francesco calls it “a pleasure” to face former side Roma, and hopes for a first win against them.
Roberto Donadoni was frustrated after Bologna conceded a late equaliser for the second week running.
Sassuolo Coach Eusebio Di Francesco found it “paradoxical” they held out better in defence when moving to 4-2-4 in Bologna.
Alessandro Matri scored a late equaliser for Sassuolo after Simone Verdi’s stunning free kick, as Bologna paid for missing chances.
Join us for all the build-up and action in today’s eight Serie A games, including Crotone-Napoli, Atalanta-Inter, Torino-Lazio and Roma-Palermo.
Sassuolo Coach Eusebio Di Francesco is “proud” to be facing his son, Bologna striker Federico, in today’s Emilia-Romagna Derby.
Italy Coach Giampiero Ventura is “stunned” by the criticism of his side and warned “we’re only at the beginning of a generational shift.”
All eyes on San Siro this evening as second-placed Milan host leaders Juventus, but before then it’s the Genoa Derby, while tomorrow Napoli are in Crotone, Atalanta-Inter and Roma-Palermo.