TORINO NEWS

Genoa Coach Ivan Juric slammed “shameful” Torino ball boys after a 1-0 defeat and explained why he gave 15-year-old Pietro Pellegri his Serie A debut.
Sinisa Mihajlovic said Torino “saw the light” after Andrea Belotti’s goal to beat Genoa 1-0.
Andrea Belotti got Torino back on track with a victory after three straight defeats and Genoa gave a 15-year-old his Serie A debut.
Join us for the build-up and action to tonight’s six Serie A games, the last of 2016, including Fiorentina-Napoli, Roma-Chievo and Torino-Genoa.
Genoa Coach Ivan Juric says “I expect an angry Torino” when the sides meet in Turin tomorrow.
Sinisa Mihajlovic warns Torino “must improve” and explains his criticism of Adem Ljajic.
Torino will have to pay Napoli €10m if they wish to sign Lorenzo Tonelli in January.
Juventus’ Claudio Marchisio warns the Supercoppa Italiana against Milan “won’t be easy” and would let his son have a Torino shirt.
Torino President Urbano Cairo admits there will be signings in January “if we can add value”.
Marek Hamsik is glad Napoli have reached third-place in Serie A “but we believe we can reach even higher”.
Joe Hart looks set to return to England following his loan spell with Torino, with Leicester and Tottenham reportedly interested.
Sinisa Mihajlovic called Torino striker Adem Ljajic “a disaster” and aimed another sideswipe at Napoli defender Nikola Maksimovic.
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s seven Serie A games, including Sassuolo-Inter, Napoli-Torino and Lazio-Fiorentina.
Maurizio Sarri hailed “extraordinary” Dries Mertens after four goals to beat Torino 5-3, but still wasn’t happy with Napoli defending.
Sinisa Mihajlovic concedes Napoli were “lethal” in a 5-3 victory over Torino, but “we were caught napping.”
Dries Mertens smiled at suggestions his incredible fourth goal for Napoli against Torino was like Diego Armando Maradona. “I’ve got a way to go…”
Dries Mertens scored four goals – including an outrageous chip – as Napoli demolished Torino 5-3 and leapt into third place.
Marco Benassi believes Napoli-Torino “will certainly be an entertaining match, as both sides play really good football.”
Napoli can leapfrog Milan into third place, but first welcome Andrea Belotti’s Torino in what should be a spectacular game.
Napoli Coach Maurizio Sarri is impressed by Torino, has a doubt in defence and warns he has “done all I can” for Manolo Gabbiadini.