Alexander Blessin shuts up the chatter.

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Alexander Blessin shuts up the chatter.

Genoa on Sunday at 3 p.m. will face Perugia away. The home team is last in the standings, but Alexander Blessin warned his team in a press conference, “It will be a battle, a tough match. I am sure of it. I expect the usual form from them, a 5-3-2 with long throws and I don’t expect any changes in the formation. It will be important to be prepared on the second balls, to be cynical and keep our concentration high for the whole ninety minutes.”

The Grifone coach then shushed the chatter: “Talking is not important, the only thing that matters is the mentality. For me this is the key to success. Perugia is last in the standings, everyone thinks it can be an easy game but I really think that tomorrow we will see a team that will want to win and will start strong from the first minute.”

“I am very happy with the return of Ilsanker, as well as for Sturaro. Step by step I think the feeling will improve and some things will settle down. They are two players with great experience and great quality, it is very important for us to have them back,” Blessin concluded.

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