Genoa goalkeeper Sebastien Frey has changed his training regime ahead of this weekend’s trip to Cesena.
The Frenchman, signed from Fiorentina in the summer, has been working on a synthetic pitch in preparation of Week 13’s Serie A tie.
Cesena are one of two top-flight Italian clubs who have artificial surfaces. The other outfit are newly promoted Novara.
Frey is particularly worried about the difference between the way a ball bounces on grass and on a synthetic field of play.
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