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 By PA Sport

Genoa battle back to beat Lecce in Coppa Italia; Palermo squeak by Bari

Genoa recovered from 2-1 down to book their place in the fourth round of the Coppa Italia with a 3-2 win at home to Lecce.

Portuguese midfielder Miguel Veloso gave the Serie A side a 47th-minute lead but their Lega Pro opponents stormed back with goals from Franco Lepore and Giuseppe Torromino.

Macedonian forward Goran Pandev brought Genoa level after 70 minutes and Leonardo Pavoletti netted the winner with seven minutes to go.

Bologna progressed with a 2-0 win over Trapani as Ladislav Krejci and...

 By Ben Gladwell

Fans awarded €400 each after fixed Bari-Lecce game

Bari's Andrea Masiello reacts after scoring an own goal that he later admitted had been deliberate.

Fans who attended Bari's 2-0 home defeat to Lecce in Serie A on May 15, 2011, have been awarded €400 each in damages after it was proven that the game had been fixed.

A class action lawsuit was brought against the two clubs by a group of supporters who felt betrayed by the result.

Their efforts have been successful, with the judge of the Tribunal of Bari ruling that their "sporting passion had been ruined" that day, decreeing that each of the spectators present at the Stadio San Nicola will...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Italy fixing verdicts due soon

The Italian Football Federation’s disciplinary committee will consider the evidence gathered at a two-day hearing into match-fixing allegations surrounding Lazio captain Stefan Mauri, seven other players and three clubs.

Stefano Mauri has been with Lazio for five years.
Mauri faces a possible four and a half-year ban.

It is thought the verdicts and any punishments to be imposed on the people and institutions involved could be announced next week.

Prosecutor Stefano Palazzi has already called for...