GENOA NEWS

It’s a fascinating third against second in Serie A, as Roma visit Genoa in a fixture they’ve lost five times in six years.
Gian Piero Gasperini is soaring in third place with Genoa, but “there was no space for my ideas at Inter.”
Juraj Kucka is out of Genoa’s showdown with Roma on Sunday, but Nicolas Burdisso returns.
Gian Piero Gasperini said Roma “are without doubt a stronger team than Genoa, but the best don’t always win.”
It’s second against third and Roma have several important absentees for their trip to Genoa.
Rudi Garcia insists there is “no shame in losing to Napoli and Manchester City” as Roma visit third-placed Genoa.
Genoa goalkepper Mattia Perin believes the down-to-earth attitude of the Grifone players is the foundation of their success.
Mattia Perin’s agent has revealed he has spoken to Liverpool about a potential move for the Genoa goalkeeper.
The agent of Inter and Milan target Diego Perotti says his client is happy at Genoa.
Genoa goalkeeper Mattia Perin says his team ‘can match up against anyone’, ahead of the weekend game with Roma.
Genoa’s Aleandro Rosi says Roma are a threat despite their ‘difficult moment’, and Francesco Totti is still the ‘number one danger’.
After another exciting, extended Serie A weekend where the top three all dropped points Dave Taylor selects his best XI from Week 14.
Riccardo Montolivo relished his first start in over six months, even if Milan lost to Genoa. “We lack consistency.”
Pippo Inzaghi confessed Milan are “still lacking something” after their 1-0 defeat to Genoa and welcomed back Riccardo Montolivo.
Gian Piero Gasperini said third-place Genoa “earned every one of our points” after beating Milan 1-0.
Lazio inflicted another defeat on unlucky Parma, while Atalanta’s spectacular comeback sank Cesena 3-2.
Luca Antonelli gave Genoa a shock 1-0 victory over Milan to go clear in third place, especially as Napoli drew with Empoli today.
Genoa go into a head-to-head with Milan for third place as Alessandro Matri and Stephan El Shaarawy face their past.
Nicolas Burdisso and Rolando Mandragora are the only absentees as Genoa prepare to host Milan.
Genoa boss Gian Piero Gasperini “did not expect to face Milan with a two-point lead,” but assures they’re not getting “big heads.”