GENOA NEWS

UEFA's Gianni Infantino has explained the improbable circumstances that would allow a seventh-placed Italian team to reach Europe.
Carlos Tevez insists Juventus would’ve preferred Real Madrid or Barcelona to Monaco in the Champions League.
Mattia Perin has pulled out of international duty, so Federico Marchetti is called against Bulgaria and England.
Gian Piero Gasperini said Genoa put in “the performance we wanted” against Juventus, even if it ended in defeat.
Max Allegri warned Juventus “haven’t won anything yet” after beating Genoa to go 17 points clear of Roma.
Gigi Buffon admits it was “frankly unthinkable” that Juventus would be doing so well this season under Max Allegri.
Giorgio Chiellini said Carlos Tevez is “transformed on match day” after Juventus saw off Genoa 1-0.
A Carlos Tevez scorcher off the bar gave Juventus the 1-0 win over Genoa, though Apache also saw a penalty parried.
Beppe Marotta pointed out Juventus beat Borussia Dortmund “without Paul Pogba,” but denied negotiations.
Juventus aim to further extend their 14-point lead, but host the only team that beat them in Serie A this season – Genoa.
Follow the action as it happens and give your views as Juventus face Genoa, the only side to have beaten them this season.
Gian Piero Gasperini wants Genoa to achieve a “record” by becoming the only team to beat Juventus twice this season.
Claudio Marchisio and Stefano Sturaro are available for Juventus as they take on Genoa.
Tino Costa is back for Genoa against Juventus, but Iago Falque, Tomas Rincon and Lorenzo Ariaudo are out.
Max Allegri assured Juventus have no Champions League hangover and will focus on Genoa, but “we’re not at our best yet.”
Juventus may be looking to come in with a bid for Genoa's Andrea Bertolacci this summer, according to reports.
Gigi Di Biagio named his Italy squad for the upcoming friendlies against Germany and Serbia.
Parma’s postponed Serie A games against Udinese and Genoa will be played on April 8 and 15 respectively.
Gian Piero Gasperini admits Genoa’s 2-0 home defeat to Chievo was “frankly unexpected.”
Rolando Maran praised a “perfect game” from Chievo to stun Genoa 2-0 at Marassi, but “we’re not safe yet.”