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Tuesday November 20 2018
Mancini: 'Curious to see new Italy'

Italy Coach Roberto Mancini is “curious to see” Sandro Tonali, Stefano Sensi and other new faces in action in tonight’s friendly with the USA.

It kicks off in Genk at 19.45 GMT and is the last international match of 2018 for the Azzurri.

“The US team is very young with quality players like Christian Pulisic and they almost all play in Europe,” Mancini told news agency Ansa.

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Friday November 9 2018
Mazzarri: ‘Torino can’t rest on our laurels’

Torino Coach Walter Mazzarri tells his players to face Parma “without resting on our laurels” and calls Gervinho “a champion”.

The Granata thrashed Sampdoria last time out, but the tactician wants to see more consistency from his side.

“Parma have great values and important players,” Mazzarri said in his pre-match Press conference.

“Gervinho, for example, is a champion. Then there’s [Roberto] Inglese. They’re a team that has always done well away, they won at Genoa and at Inter.

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Sunday November 4 2018
Mazzarri: 'Torino have done nothing'

Walter Mazzarri warned Torino they’ve “done nothing yet” after a 4-1 win away to Sampdoria and called Salvatore Sirigu “the best Italian goalkeeper.”

The Granata were dominant at Marassi with an Andrea Belotti brace, Iago Falque volley and Armando Izzo tap-in.

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Sunday October 21 2018
Torino close on clean sheet record

Torino are on the verge of their best defensive away performance in Serie A since January 1993.

The Granata play at the Stadio Dall’Ara against Bologna at 14.00 UK time (13.00 GMT).

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Torino have kept a clean sheet in their last two away fixtures and a third would equal the best run since January 3, 1993.

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Monday September 10 2018
‘Why is Donnarumma Italy No 1?’

Riccardo Montolivo’s agent continued his assault on the Italy team by asking ‘why must Gianluigi Donnarumma be a permanent starter?’

Giovanni Branchini had already hit out at Italy CT Roberto Mancini for selecting Jorginho over Montolivo, despite his lack of game time for Milan, and the second part of the representative’s Corriere dello Sport interview saw him turn on Donnarumma.

“Why must Donnarumma be a permanent starter?” he remarked.

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Friday September 7 2018
Mazzarri: Toro gaining momentum

Walter Mazzarri believes his Torino side are on their way towards ‘taking on anyone’ after an encouraging start to the season.

Toro followed up a last-gasp defeat to Roma with a comeback draw at Inter and a 1-0 win against SPAL, prompting Mazzarri to warn the Granata were ‘developing character’.

“Unfortunately in this world we’re used to looking only at results,” the Coach told Sky Sport Italia

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Thursday July 12 2018
Official: Torino sign Rosati

Torino have officially signed Perugia goalkeeper Antonio Rosati on a contract to June 2019.

The shot-stopper will be the understudy to Salvatore Sirigu, who recently extended his deal with the Granata.

Rosati just turned 35 and spent the last three seasons in Serie B with Perugia, having previously played for the likes of Napoli, Sassuolo and Fiorentina.

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Saturday July 7 2018
Official: Sirigu extends at Torino

Torino have officially extended their contract with goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu until June 2022.

The shot-stopper’s current deal was due to expire in June 2019.

He arrived as a free agent from Paris Saint-Germain last summer and was linked with Napoli over the last few weeks.

Sirigu is 31 years old and has 18 senior caps for Italy.

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Friday July 6 2018
Cairo: ‘Belotti and Sirigu staying’

Torino President Urbano Cairo confirms Salvatore Sirigu and Andrea Belotti are “happy to stay” with the club.

Sirigu was linked with a move to Napoli this summer, but they’ve signed Orestis Karnezis and Alex Meret to cover their goalkeeping situation.

“We wanted to keep all the big players and we’re doing it without talking about it,” Cairo told Gazzetta dello Sport.

“Sirigu, for example, was the subject of interest from big teams but we wanted to keep him. He was happy to stay, as was Belotti.

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Sunday June 17 2018
Napoli make first Areola offer

Napoli have made their first offer for Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper Alphonse Areola, as Salvatore Sirigu and Alex Meret are locked down.

The Partenopei need a new goalkeeper now that Pepe Reina has signed for Milan as a free agent.

New Coach Carlo Ancelotti is eager to have someone he already worked with, so Sirigu was considered a strong contender with plenty of Serie A and Champions League experience.

However, Torino are refusing to let the 31-year-old go and have proposed a contract extension.

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