BRESCIA NEWS

Napoli have left Allan out of their squad to face Genoa in Serie A tomorrow, amidst speculation about his role in the squad's strike action.
Italy have called up debutants Riccardo Orsolini, Gaetano Castrovilli and Andrea Cistana for Euro 2020 qualifiers with Bosnia-Herzegovina and Armenia.
Torino boss Walter Mazzarri has called on his side to show the same hunger against Brescia as they did in the derby with Juventus last week.
Despite the FIGC’s pleas him to be called up, Brescia striker Mario Balotelli looks set to miss out on a place in the next Italy squad.
In a disturbing twist, Brescia ultras released a statement defending Hellas Verona fans after racist abuse and calling Mario Balotelli “arrogant.”
The referees for Serie A Week 12 have been announced, with Fabio Maresca given Juventus-Milan on Sunday.
Lilian Thuram is shocked by Verona’s reaction to the racist abuse aimed at Mario Balotelli, calling coach Ivan Juric “a very dangerous person who should be suspended.”
New Brescia coach Fabio Grosso is excited at getting the "big opportunity" of his first Serie A management job.
Mario Balotelli explains why he “had to react” to racist abuse in Verona. “I am Italian. It’s already happened to my daughter too.”
Verona patron Maurizio Setti claims his club have been made a “scapegoat” as their chief operating officer is “perplexed” by the partial stadium ban for racism.
The FIGC has officially applied for Serie A clubs to be awarded five substitutions in matches.
FIGC chief Gabriele Gravina says it would be “an extraordinary message to the world” if Italy called up Mario Balotelli.
Fabio Grosso has been confirmed as the new coach of Brescia after Eugenio Corini was fired at the weekend, and he is already taking training today.
Roma have been fined €30,000 for ‘territorial discrimination’ chants against Napoli, while Atalanta’s Josip Ilicic receives a two-match ban.
Hellas Verona have been handed a partial stadium ban for racist abuse against Brescia striker Mario Balotelli, closing only one sector of the stands.
Verona have formally banned the ultras leader who claimed Mario Balotelli was “never completely Italian” and openly calling him racial slurs.
The mayor of Verona has insisted “there were no racist chants” aimed at Mario Balotelli and that his city is the victim of a witch-hunt.
Lega Serie A has confirmed the dates and times for Week 17 of the League calendar, with Sampdoria-Juventus played early due to the Supercoppa.
Italian players’ chief Damiano Tommasi has condemned the racial abuse of Mario Balotelli but maintained that the city of Verona is not to blame.
Brescia striker Mario Balotelli hit back at Verona ultras, calling them “ignorant, small-minded people” and warning “this is not about football anymore.”