SASSUOLO NEWS

Francesco Acerbi admits it was “emotional” to make his Sassuolo comeback 10 months after he was diagnosed with cancer.
Roma made short work of Cagliari, but 10-man Lazio paid the price for wasted chances at Genoa and Sassuolo held Sampdoria.
Sinisa Mihajlovic believes Sampdoria forwards Stefano Okaka and Manolo Gabbiadini can push into the Italy squad.
Eusebio Di Francesco is eager to keep Sassuolo grounded against Sampdoria after a 7-0 drubbing by Inter.
Fredy Guarin will experience this season as “a new story” in his Inter career and looks forward to facing Dnipro.
Sassuolo will be without Domenico Berardi for three games, following his red card picked up against Inter in Week 2.
Sassuolo Coach Eusebio Di Francesco would’ve “gladly made 11 changes” in their 7-0 defeat to Inter.
Walter Mazzarri said Inter played “the ideal of football” in their 7-0 demolition job on Sassuolo.
A year later, Inter again demolished Sassuolo 7-0 with a Mauro Icardi hat-trick and Domenico Berardi sent off.
Inter are forced to reshuffle against Simone Zaza’s Sassuolo and need to make up for a stuttering start to the season.
Eusebio Di Francesco assures Sassuolo’s 7-0 thrashing by Inter last season was “educational” and they’re out for revenge.
Inter Coach Walter Mazzarri fell down the stairs towards the locker room and fractured his left hand.
Rodrigo Palacio and Fredy Guarin are available for Inter, but Jonathan misses the game with Sassuolo.
Walter Mazzarri “made a pact” with his Inter players – including Fredy Guarin – ahead of their clash with Sassuolo.
Saphir Taider reveals he left Southampton three weeks into his loan to join Sassuolo for “personal reasons.”
Gigi Del Neri thinks new Italy star Simone Zaza can be compared with Christian Vieri rather than Gianluca Vialli.
Sassuolo patron Giorgio Squinzi warns Juventus will have to “get their wallets out” for Simone Zaza.
Sassuolo striker Simone Zaza admits his “life has changed” with a debut Italy goal, but brushes off Mario Balotelli comparisons.
Former Italy goalkeeper Luca Marchegiani believes Simone Zaza is on his way to becoming a star of the Italian game.
Antonio Conte reiterated he will only call Italy players who “are hungry and have that fire inside them.”