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

Police breaking up riots in Genoa in 2001

Briton to be compensated for G8 beating

Activist expected to get six-figure sum for injuries at hands of Italian police during Genoa summit

Insider's Guide: The Ligurian Coast

For this week's Insider's Guide, Kay D'Souza, regional manager of the slow travel specialist Inntravel (inntravel.co.uk), offers her top tips for a holiday in Liguria.

Federico Macheda relishes England return

Manchester United striker Federico Macheda believes his career will benefit by returning to England after spending six months on loan with Italian side Sampdoria.

Inter turn to former Genoa manager

Internazionale have confirmed Gian Piero Gasperini will be the club's new manager next season.

Classical podcast: ENO Talks - Simon Boccanegra

One of the sensations of last year's opera calendar was the London showing of Dmitri Tcherniakov's revelatory Bolshoi staging of Tchaikovsky's Eugene Onegin.

Path master: Liguria's five-star short cut

Hikers beware: Italy's most celebrated walk – the route through the Cinque Terre – is closed indefinitely. Happily, there is an alternative...

Left Neglected, By Lisa Genova

Lisa Genova's debut, Still Alice, was a faux-memoir of a psychology professor coping with early-onset Alzheimer's. Her latest neurologically-inspired novel deals with a less well-known condition called "left neglect", a brain injury that interferes with the ability of the victim to perceive any signals from the left side of the body.

Benzema fires hard-fought Real victory while Eto'o inspires Inter

Karim Benzema scored twice as Real Madrid survived a scare to win 3-1 at Racing Santander last night to move seven points behind La Liga leaders Barcelona.

Brazil star Rafinha interested in Tottenham switch

A series of headline grabbing performances by Genoa’s buccaneering Brazilian right-back Rafinha has awoken the interest of Tottenham Hotspur. Rafinha talks to The South American Football Show in association with The Independent about his dream to someday soon be playing in the English Premier League.

Struggling Boselli loaned to Genoa

Roberto Martinez whas confirmed that Mauro Boselli, his £6m summer signing, will spend the rest of the season on loan to Serie A side Genoa.

Wigan striker Mauro Boselli joins Genoa on loan

Wigan striker Mauro Boselli has joined Genoa on loan for the rest of the season, the Barclays Premier League club have confirmed this afternoon.

Mauro Boselli on verge of Genoa loan

Wigan striker Mauro Boselli could be set to join Genoa on loan until the end of the season.

Genoa sack coach Gasperini

Genoa coach Gian Piero Gasperini became Serie A's first managerial casualty of the season proper on Monday when he was sacked by the big spenders.

Platini shocked by ugly Genoa scenes

UEFA president Michel Platini admits he was "shocked" by the ugly scenes involving Serbia fans in Italy on Tuesday which caused the Euro 2012 qualifying match between the two countries to be abandoned.

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