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Gattuso has privately confided in friends that he feels helpless to reverse the situation at Napoli but remains determined to give it his all – even if he is already in the final stages of his time at the club.
AS Roma returned to winning ways and moved into fourth place in Serie A with a 3-1 win at troubled Genoa on Sunday.
Cengiz Under put the visitors in front after five minutes, before they doubled their lead on the stroke of halftime when Davide Biraschi directed a cross into his own net.
Genoa struck back almost immediately through a Goran Pandev strike, but they were denied an equaliser in the second half when Roma goalkeeper Pau Lopez performed a superb save at full stretch to keep out an Edoardo Goldaniga header.
The capital club put the result beyond doubt with 16 minutes remaining when Edin Dzeko fired a shot into the bottom corner to earn his side their first league win since December 20, after back-to-back defeats against Torino and Juventus.
Roma are fourth on 38 points, three ahead of Atalanta before their home clash with rock-bottom SPAL on Monday.
Genoa have slipped to 19th place with 14 points, having won just one league game in their last 11 attempts.
Nicola oversaw eight wins, four draws and nine defeats, amassing 28 points in 21 rounds.
Nicola wore a t-shirt at his media conference which showed a snap of him as a player holding his baby towards Genoa’s ultras.
Gent director Michel Louwagie insists Jonathan David will not leave the club cheaply this summer.
Manchester United, Arsenal, Inter Milan and Borussia Dortmund are all interested in the 20-year-old striker.
Gent have paid tribute to former player Leon Mokuna following his death on Tuesday, January 28 at the age of 90.
He grew up in Leopoldville, Democratic Republic of Congo, before being discovered by Portuguese side Sporting Lisbon in 1954.
His move to Portugal saw him become the first player from the Central African nation to play in Europe, which paved the way for other stars in the following decades.
Mokuna scored on his debut appearance for Sporting in January 1955 and ended his maiden campaign with 19 goals in 11 games.
Nicknamed ‘Le Trouet’ owing to his powerful shot, he joined Gent in 1957 and played for the Belgian club for four years, before spells at KSV Waregem and Kortrijk, where his career ended following a bad injury.
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