SASSUOLO NEWS

Eusebio Di Francesco was pleased to “finally” have Nicola Sansone back on form as Sassuolo beat Parma 4-1.
Roberto Donadoni was disheartened by the referee after Parma’s contentious 4-1 defeat at Sassuolo.
Alberto Paloschi’s brace saw Chievo stun Genoa at Marassi, Sassuolo thumped 10-man Parma 4-1 and Atalanta held Udinese.
Follow the action as it happens from Serie A this afternoon with Sassuolo-Parma, Genoa-Chievo and Atalanta-Udinese.
Eusebio Di Francesco urged Sassuolo to face Parma “as if they were Juventus. They have nothing to lose.”
Roberto Donadoni said Sassuolo “ought to fear Parma,” though the club could be declared bankrupt on Thursday.
Claudio Marchisio says Juventus can conquer Borussia Dortmund if they play as they did in the second half against Sassuolo.
Max Allegri said Juventus have “absolutely not” won the Scudetto after beating Sassuolo and replied to Antonio Conte.
Eusebio Di Francesco felt Sassuolo had a great game against Juventus, but “experience” proved the difference.
Paul Pogba told off Juventus fans for jeering their 1-0 win over Sassuolo, which was “very important for the Scudetto.”
Juventus left it late, but Paul Pogba’s strike beat Sassuolo 1-0 and put them 11 points clear at the top of the table.
Juventus have the chance to go 11 points clear tonight, but have to reshuffle against unpredictable Sassuolo.
Juventus could go 11 points clear at the top of the table or be shocked by Simone Zaza’s exciting Sassuolo.
Gigi Buffon is out of tonight’s match against Sassuolo after the Juventus goalkeeper came down with flu symptoms.
Martin Caceres is out of tomorrow night’s Juventus-Sassuolo after spraining his ankle in training.
Max Allegri insists he is “not worried” by recent Juventus form ahead of tomorrow’s game with Sassuolo.
Simone Zaza points out “Juventus are not unbeatable” for Sassuolo, revealing how the Bianconeri “got into my brain.”
Parma will receive funding from their kit sponsor to play the next two fixtures, but it’s still not certain they’ll go ahead.
Sassuolo striker Simone Zaza was linked with Juventus in January, but is “not afraid of the challenge.”
Sassuolo have officially signed ex-Bologna and current free agent Cesare Natali until summer 2015.