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Saturday January 31 2015
Genoa: 'Always refereeing errors'

Gian Piero Gasperini and President Enrico Preziosi slammed referees after Genoa “conceded five irregular goals in four games.”

The Grifone were furious after a 1-1 draw against Fiorentina today, which saw Khouma Babacar offside in the build-up to Gonzalo Rodriguez’s equaliser.

There was a protest before the game about recent refereeing errors, so fans and club directors didn’t walk into the stands until 10 minutes in.

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Tuesday January 27 2015
Preziosi: ‘We can’t go on like this’

Genoa President Enrico Preziosi says ‘we can’t go on like this’ after the Grifone’s controversial defeat to Napoli.

The side from the port city were defeated 2-1 at San Paolo last night, but the Partenopei’s first goal looked offside, while the second was a contested penalty.

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Saturday January 24 2015
Genoa: 'Sturaro to Juve early'

Genoa President Enrico Preziosi admits Stefano Sturaro “could join Juventus soon” by cutting his loan short.

The midfielder was bought by Juve over the summer and allowed to remain at Genoa for another year to gain playing experience in Serie A.

Over the last few days it has been reported that the Bianconeri were trying to bring the Italy international in during the January transfer window instead.

“Sturaro could join Juventus soon and move within the current transfer window,” confessed Preziosi to Radio Kiss Kiss.

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Thursday December 18 2014
Preziosi backs Garcia in row

Genoa President Enrico Preziosi defends Roma's Rudi Garcia against the accusations of misconduct and says it's time to ‘lighten the situation’.

The Frenchman was handed a two-game suspension for allegedly clashing with a steward at the end of Genoa-Roma last Sunday, but has declared that he will appeal against the decision.

Set to meet the Court of Appeal this Friday, Garcia has now received the backing of the Grifone's President.

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Monday December 15 2014
Preziosi denies Roma comments

Genoa President Enrico Preziosi has denied linking Roma to the mafia following the game between the two on Sunday.

The Giallorossi emerged victorious from Marassi at the weekend after the Grifone were reduced to 10 men, and in the wake of the result Preziosi was quoted as implying that mafia corruption was involved in the result.

However the controversial patron has today sought to distance himself from those comments.

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Sunday December 14 2014
Baldissoni on 'silly' Mafia comments

Roma director general Mauro Baldissoni hit back at Genoa President Enrico Preziosi for “silly” Mafia comments.

Preziosi told reporters after today’s 1-0 home defeat that he hoped “football is not involved” in the recent scandal around corruption in Rome.

“I think his statements were a little silly and do not even deserve a response,” Baldissoni said to Sky Sport Italia.

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Sunday December 14 2014
Preziosi: 'Mafia in Genoa-Roma?'

Genoa President Enrico Preziosi implied Mafia corruption is “involved” with Roma’s 1-0 victory at Marassi.

The patron was furious after the home defeat, which saw Mattia Perin sent off and a last-gasp Rincon equaliser correctly ruled offside.

“A team with 10 men held out against Roma to the end, but that incident penalised us,” Preziosi told reporters.

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Saturday December 6 2014
Genoa strikers 'outgun Torres'

Genoa President Enrico Preziosi points out Milan star Fernando Torres “scores less than Alessandro Matri and Mauricio Pinilla.”

The two clubs go head-to-head on Sunday at 14.00 GMT, click here for a match preview.

“I don’t give a damn about our elimination from the Coppa Italia, as it is a tournament without interest or appeal,” Preziosi told La Nazione newspaper.

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Saturday November 22 2014
Ferrero on Serie A Presidents

Sampdoria patron Massimo Ferrero was his usual outlandish self, praising and criticising the other Serie A Presidents.

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Monday November 17 2014
Preziosi: 'Italy-Albania inopportune'

Tomorrow’s Italy-Albania was organised to raise funds for the city, but Genoa President Enrico Preziosi insists it is “inopportune.”

The international friendly will be hosted by the Stadio Luigi Ferraris, commonly referred to as Marassi, on Tuesday evening.

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