GENOA NEWS

Genoa President Enrico Preziosi says it would be ‘a mockery’ if the Grifone were barred from playing in Europe should they qualify.
Genoa Coach Gian Piero Gasperini admits his side ‘had to win’ against Torino, and says they’ll ‘play to the end’ for the Europa League.
Genoa striker Tino Costa says his side’s 5-1 mauling of Torino means they can ‘continue to believe in the Europa League’.
Genoa thrashed Torino 5-1 at Marassi, to move within a point of Sampdoria in sixth.
Torino striker Maxi Lopez says the Granata ‘believe until the end’ in their ability to secure a Europa League spot.
Marco Borriello leads the line for Genoa, while Torino drop Matteo Darmian for a potential Europa League showdown.
Genoa have lodged a formal appeal after they were denied a UEFA licence.
Genoa have failed to gain a UEFA licence, which could mean the seventh club in Serie A qualifies for the Europa League.
Sampdoria goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano names Torino as the Blucerchiati’s main rivals for the Europa League.
Rudi Garcia appreciated Roma’s “team spirit” to beat Genoa and admitted Juventus “thoroughly deserved the Scudetto.”
Gian Piero Gasperini “believed” Genoa could get a result away to Roma, but “we gave away the first goal.”
Seydou Doumbia and Alessandro Florenzi got the better of Genoa, as Roma pour pressure on Lazio.
Roma look to Gervinho, Seydou Doumbia and Victor Ibarbo as they host a Genoa side on fine form looking for Europe.
Roma and Genoa go head-to-head in the early game, as both desperately need points for a European push.
Gian Piero Gasperini sees today’s clash with Roma as the most difficult for Genoa’s campaign. “Let’s pull the tooth and get it over with.”
Rudi Garcia told Roma to “stay concentrated” against Genoa after their confident victory over Sassuolo.
Iago Falque says his scoring record with Genoa must serve to propel them into European qualification, whilst praising the team's work ethic.
With Juventus, Roma and Lazio back to winning ways it was a return to normality in week 33 as Dave Taylor selects his top XI.
Milan’s Jeremy Menez has picked up a four-game ban for his conduct in the defeat to Genoa on Wednesday night.
Thursday represents a sea change for Milan, as Pippo Inzaghi is likely to be sacked and Bee Taechaubol could buy the club.