Genoa look set to stick with Ivan Juric, at least until after the derby with Sampdoria later this month.
The Croatian replaced Davide Ballardini last month for his third spell on the bench, but he’s yet to win a game.
It was rumoured that he’d be replaced by Igor Tudor after the loss to Napoli, but President Enrico Preziosi has now told Ansa they “have faith” in Juric.
The owner feels the Grifone were unlucky against Napoli, and therefore the Croatian will be given a stay of execution.
While he hasn’t won a game, his first five matches have been Juventus way, Udinese at home, Milan away, Inter away and Napoli at home.