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Thursday April 22 2021
Sirigu returns for Torino

Torino are able to welcome goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu back after he tested negative for COVID-19.

The shot-stopper was one of a dozen people between players and staff who contracted the Coronavirus during international duty with Italy last month.

Sirigu had tested positive on April 5 and missed several key games for the Granata.

According to the latest reports, he is undergoing his fitness tests today after posting two consecutive negative COVID tests.

He is therefore expected to play for Torino against Napoli on Monday evening.

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Thursday December 17 2020
Giampaolo: 'Needed clear Torino heads'

Torino coach Marco Giampaolo explains his decision to drop star men against Roma. ‘I wanted players who had clear heads and not the debris of previous matches.’

The Granata are bottom of the table with just six points from 12 rounds, conceding 30 goals, and were beaten 3-1 by Roma.

However, the situation was made infinitely worse by seeing Wilfried Singo harshly sent off just 14 minutes in.

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Thursday December 17 2020
Vagnati: 'Torino trust Giampaolo'

Torino director of sport Davide Vagnati continues to back coach Marco Giampaolo after he dropped several star players against Roma.

It kicks off at 19.45 GMT, click here for the line-ups and LIVEBLOG.

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Wednesday December 16 2020
Giampaolo: 'Torino changes, including Sirigu'

Marco Giampaolo confirms he is ready to transform Torino against Roma, possibly including goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu. ‘We have to stand with Toro.’

It kicks off on Thursday at 19.45 GMT, click here for a match preview.

“What I expect of the team is unity, a sense of belonging and pride,” said the coach in his press conference.

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Sunday December 13 2020
Torino fans furious with Sirigu

Torino fans have attacked Salvatore Sirigu on social media as the goalkeeper was caught smiling on the pitch after the Granata’s 3-2 home defeat against Udinese.

Torino are involved in the survival race as they only managed six points in 11 Serie A games so far.

They are only one point above last-placed Crotone who won the first game of the season against Spezia yesterday.

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Thursday November 12 2020
Sirigu ‘honoured’ to be Italy captain

Salvatore Sirigu has said it was an honour to captain Italy in the Azzurri’s 4-0 win against Estonia.

“It doesn’t happen many time, I am enjoying it, I am happy for my family and for Torino,” the former PSG goalkeeper told Rai Sport.

“This is a nice group, without a solid group newcomers can’t settle in well. We try to welcome everyone trying to make them feel at ease.”

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Wednesday November 11 2020
Sirigu: 'Torino are building'

Torino goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu said the Granata are ‘working hard’ to improve their season. ‘We are aware we must go through difficult times’.

Marco Giampaolo took over at the Grande Torino ahead of the new season and the Granata have picked up five points from their first seven games.

With Torino sitting one place above the relegation zone, Sirigu said the team are still under construction and that they are likely to overcome the tough start.

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Tuesday November 10 2020
Sirigu understands 'worried' clubs

Salvatore Sirigu claims he understands clubs ‘afraid’ of the international break but insists playing for Italy makes him proud.

The Torino goalkeeper spoke at an Italy press conference ahead of Wednesday’s friendly against Estonia.

"Wearing the national team jersey makes everyone proud, who is part of this group is honoured regardless the importance of the game,” Sirigu said.

“Playing for Italy is the most important thing for a professional.”

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Thursday August 6 2020
Report: Napoli say no to Meret-Sirigu swap

Napoli are reportedly not interested in swapping Alex Meret for Torino goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu, amid rumours of a proposal from the Granata.

Reports regarding a possible exchange deal between Napoli and Torino emerged today, but Sky Sport Italia journalist Gianluca Di Marzio claims the Partenopei have been quick to quash the rumours.

Torino, who have hired Marco Giampaolo ahead of the 2020-21 season, have a close connection with Meret through sporting director Davide Vagnati.

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Wednesday June 24 2020
VIDEO: Torino 1-0 Udinese

Watch the highlights from when Andrea Belotti secured three vital points for Torino, who secured their first win in nine games against Udinese.

Moreno Longo finally picked up three points after having replaced Walter Mazzarri at the Grande Torino but was helped by a solid performance from Salvatore Sirigu between the sticks.

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