TORINO NEWS

Juventus’ defeat to Torino on Sunday will help the team to grow, according to Coach Massimiliano Allegri.
With the top three registering just one point between them Dave Taylor selects his top XI from the best of the rest in week 32.
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio says ‘football must take responsibility’ for violence, but calls for government help.
It has been confirmed that a paper bomb which injured several Torino supporters was launched by Juventus fans.
Inter vice-President Javier Zanetti has revealed that a contract renewal for Mauro Icardi is very close.
Former Juventus and Italy Coach Marcello Lippi believes current Bianconeri boss Massimiliano Allegri has brought international experience to the club.
Inter Coach Roberto Mancini believes serious measures must be taken in response to Derby della Mole violence and discussed summer transfer targets.
Juventus could be reprimanded for the behaviour of their fans in Sunday’s Derby della Mole with the closure of a Curva in the Juventus Stadium.
Torino President Urbano Cairo believes that security controls must be stricter after crowd trouble marred Sunday’s Derby della Mole.
Torino President Urbano Cairo believes Sunday’s 2-1 win in the Derby della Mole against Juventus is the crowning achievement of the club’s four-year cycle.
Aurelio De Laurentiis won’t let Napoli players speak, but hopes they “stay concentrated” after crushing Sampdoria 4-2.
Juventus released a statement “condemning all forms of violence” after 11 Torino supporters were injured.
Torino and Juventus fans were involved in ugly incidents before the Derby della Mole, leaving 11 injured.
Giampiero Ventura praised Torino’s “mentality” to beat Juventus for the first time in two decades. “The icing on the cake.”
Max Allegri complained Juventus “went looking for trouble” in their 2-1 Derby della Mole defeat to Torino.
Fabio Quagliarella said it’s “impossible to describe” how it feels to give Torino their first Derby della Mole win in 20 years.
Fabio Quagliarella struck against his old club to give Torino their first Derby della Mole win in 20 years, but Juventus hit the woodwork three times.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta blamed media after their team bus was pelted with rocks, bottles and fireworks.
Juventus could mathematically win the Scudetto today, but city rivals Torino will do everything to stop them in the Derby della Mole.
Follow all the build-up and action as it happens, including Juventus potentially winning the title in the Turin Derby and Lazio against their Chievo taboo.