Rumours suggest that Udinese coach Francesco Guidolin has had a falling out with club captain Antonio Di Natale. With Toto left on the bench again this afternoon against Genoa, the zebrette looked just as weak as they did in their midweek draw with Torino. That's six points from five matches thus far for Udinese, and with the side having fallen out of the Champions League at the qualification stage, there's not much left to commend it. Should Guidolin want to keep his job, it might be time for him to put aside this petty rivalry and put Di Natale back where he belongs.
As for Genoa, at this point, they simply need to play well enough to avoid having their supporters demand the players' shirts mid-match. Considering the rossoblu managed to climb above AC Milan in the table with this point, unrest in Genoa should be tempered for a bit.
As for the match, well, Danilo hit the woodwork with a header in the first two minutes. Then nothing much of anything occurred.