Sport Garry Monk and Chico Flores were involved in a training ground bust-up last week, the club have confirmed

A member of the public was believed to have rung the police who felt that no further action was required

Lazio captain Stefano Mauri

Lazio captain Stefano Mauri banned for six months over match-fixing

Lazio captain Stefano Mauri has been banned for six months for his part in a match-fixing scandal.

Italy cargo ship crash: Nine people feared dead after collision with Genoa port control tower

Seven bodies recovered, two people still missing, and four injured

Beppe Grilloa, a charismatic 64-year-old comedian from Genoa whose anti-political non-party, the Five-Star Movement, has come roaring

Italy's anti-politician on the verge of election sensation

Hopes of a stable coalition emerging after today's vote have been upset by emergence of the comic turned would-be leader

Chico Flores: Lasted only 34 minutes before being taken off on a stretcher against QPR

Swedish captain Zlatan Ibrahimovic hails 'fantastic' Steven Gerrard

Swedish captain Zlatan Ibrahimovic has hailed the qualities of England counterpart Steven Gerrard who is set to win his 100th cap in tomorrow's clash between the two countries in Stockholm.

Poor weather forms backdrop for Team GAC Pindar's Alpari World Match Racing Tour win

Thunder, lightning, and a rainstorm of Wagnerian proportions provided a dramatic backdrop for the latest Alpari World Match Racing Tour win for defending champion Ian Williams and his Team GAC Pindar.

Ian Williams with Team GAC Pindar crew, from left to right, Gerry Mitchell, Chris Main and Matt Cassidy powered his way to the semi-finals of the French grand prix in the Alpari World Match Race Tour

Ian Williams taken for a ride by Michel Desjoyeaux on Foncia

Reigning world match racing champion Ian Williams was being taken for a ride on Thursday afternoon.

Hayley Turner: Jockey became the first woman to win Arlington’s Group One Beverly D Stakes

Turner leads Europe on dream spree with victory in Beverly D

Transatlantic sporting rivalry resumes down the road from here next month, in the Ryder Cup, and Jose Maria Olazabal can only hope that his men will match the example set by European horsemen and -woman on Saturday. For only one home runner, Little Mike in the Arlington Million itself, stood between the raiders and a clean sweep in the international races.

Fears of a default by Sicily played down as focus turns to Italy's struggling south

The struggles of Italy's poorer southern cities came under the spotlight yesterday as the Government moved to play down fears of a default by Sicily.

Swansea manager Michael Laudrup

Swansea manager Michael Laudrup adds Kristian O'Leary to backroom staff

New Swansea boss Michael Laudrup has added club stalwart Kristian O'Leary to his backroom staff.

£1,360: Includes a private cabin aboard a shared yacht sailing along Italy’s Ligurian coast (including the Cinque Terre villages) and Ryanair flights from Stansted to Genoa on 16 June

Travel Challenge: A Mediterranean sailing holiday

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Cuts blamed for Italy's voter apathy

Low turnout and a crumbling centre-right vote in Italian local elections were blamed yesterday on austerity measures introduced by Mario Monti's technocrat administration and a series of corruption scandals, particularly on the right.

Alberto Malesani has now been sacked twice this season by Genoa

Genoa fire manager Alberto Malesani following ugly fan protest

Genoa have fired Alberto Malesani following a protest-filled 4-1 loss to Siena and hired Luigi De Canio for the final five matches of Serie A, marking the record 18th coaching change in the Italian league this season.

Giuseppe Sculli talks with Genoa fans

Genoa game halted by fans angry at 'unworthy' players

Genoa's 4-1 home defeat to Siena yesterday was suspended for nearly an hour, with Genoa "Ultra" fans demanding their players hand back their club shirts which the supporters claimed they had dishonoured.

Police breaking up riots in Genoa in 2001

British man beaten senseless by Italian police to receive £250,000

Eleven years after police severely beat scores of peaceful campaigners at the Genoa G8 meeting, the Italian government is expected to announce within days the first compensation payment, a six-figure sum, to one of the British victims of the violence.

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History catches up with Erich Honecker - the East German leader who praised the Iron Curtain and claimed it prevented a Third World War
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