World Cup 2014
Di Francesco: 'Extraordinary 2013'
Eusebio Di Francesco salutes an “extraordinary 2013” for Sassuolo and wants the New Year to start with a bang against Genoa.
Gasp expects Sassuolo struggle
Gian Piero Gasperini expects Genoa to struggle when hosting Sassuolo amid an injury crisis. “There are no easy games.”
Napoli turn to Criscito
Rafa Benitez reportedly rejected Genoa defender Luca Antonelli, so Napoli turn to Zenit’s Domenico Criscito.
Genoa want Man Utd's Buttner
Genoa are reportedly close to signing Alexander Buttner on loan from Manchester United.
Lodi back at Catania
Francesco Lodi is officially back with Catania after leaving Genoa after just six months at Marassi.
De Ceglie and Motta for Juve exit
Paolo De Ceglie and Marco Motta are considering Juventus exits towards Genoa, Livorno or Werder Bremen.
Marquinho set for Genoa
Serie A side Genoa are closing in on the January transfer of Roma midfielder Marquinho, according to Sky Sport Italia.
Juventus-Genoa talk De Ceglie
Juventus and Genoa will reportedly meet on Thursday to discuss a possible January deal for Paolo De Ceglie.
Acerbi lodges doping appeal
Sassuolo defender Francesco Acerbi lodged his appeal against a doping ban after his test was affected by cancer.
Giovinco agent blasts rumours
Sebastian Giovinco is linked with Torino, Inter, Genoa and Parma, but his agent insists he “never considered leaving Juventus.”
Zoff: 'Perin is Buffon's heir'
Italy legend Dino Zoff believes Mattia Perin “will be the heir” to Gigi Buffon, who remains “the best goalkeeper in the world.”
Lodi confirms Catania switch
Francesco Lodi has confirmed that he will leave Genoa after only six months to re-sign with Catania.
Kucka ignores transfer talk
The agent of Juraj Kucka says the Genoa man is focused on recovering from injury rather than his future.
De Ceglie on Genoa radar
Genoa will ponder making a January move for Juventus left-back Paolo De Ceglie, reports Il Secolo XIX.
Gilardino’s hopes for 2014…
Italy and Genoa centre-forward Alberto Gilardino has outlined his hopes for the New Year.
Stefano Pioli felt Bologna deserved the victory, but Gian Piero Gasperini blasted Genoa's attitude.
Diamanti saves Pioli's job
Alessandro Diamanti’s fierce strike earned a victory over Genoa and may well have saved Stefano Pioli’s Bologna job.
It’s likely to be Stefano Pioli’s last game in charge of Bologna as he hosts Genoa in the early kick-off.
Gasp doesn't trust Bologna
Gian Piero Gasperini warned Genoa against expecting Bologna to be pushovers in today’s early game.
Pioli: 'It's not all my fault'
Stefano Pioli admits today’s game with Genoa could be his last for Bologna, but “I am not the only person responsible.”
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