TORINO NEWS

Genoa striker Tino Costa says his side’s 5-1 mauling of Torino means they can ‘continue to believe in the Europa League’.
Genoa thrashed Torino 5-1 at Marassi, to move within a point of Sampdoria in sixth.
Torino striker Maxi Lopez says the Granata ‘believe until the end’ in their ability to secure a Europa League spot.
Marco Borriello leads the line for Genoa, while Torino drop Matteo Darmian for a potential Europa League showdown.
Torino President Urbano Cairo has backed Coach Giampiero Ventura and said he has no intention of letting the veteran tactician leave.
Torino are reportedly looking to the Premier League for Liverpool’s Fabio Borini and Hull City striker Abel Hernandez.
Juventus legend Alessandro Del Piero reveals he “was meant to sign for Torino, but my mother wouldn’t let me.”
Genoa have failed to gain a UEFA licence, which could mean the seventh club in Serie A qualifies for the Europa League.
Torino President Urbano Cairo says he doesn’t even cheer for Juventus when they play in Europe.
The closure of Juventus’ Curva Sud has been suspended, so they will have a full complement of fans on Saturday.
Juventus will pack the banned Curva section with children for Saturday’s game with Cagliari.
Torino Coach Giampiero Ventura felt bad for Daniele Padelli, but confessed the howler against Empoli “affected us psychologically.”
Maurizio Sarri said beating Torino to secure their Serie A safety proves “football has a place for Empoli.”
Empoli midfielder Mirko Valdifiori described securing their Serie A status as ‘our Scudetto’ after the win over Torino.
Torino missed the chance to move into a Europa League spot, with Daniele Padelli's howler handing Empoli a 1-0 win and Serie A safety.
Torino look to Fabio Quagliarella to lead the line against Empoli, as they push for the Europa League.
Empoli Coach Maurizio Sarri says his side travel to Turin tomorrow to mathematically assure their Serie A status.
Four of the five Juventus fans who launched a paper bomb which injured Torino fans have been indentified by police.
Inter full-back Danilo D’Ambrosio has urged the club to sign Matteo Darmian from Torino this summer.
Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri says ‘tough decisions’ must be taken to curb violence in Italian stadiums.