Genoa ultras have defended their actions in disrupting their clash with Siena.

The match between the Grifone and Siena was temporarily halted less than 10 minutes into the second half yesterday afternoon due to the actions of a group of Rossoblu supporters angry at the 0-4 score-line.

"Everybody talks about violence, but violence is another thing," expressed the ultras' representative Fabrizio Fileni on Studio Sport on Monday.

"At the stadium yesterday nothing happened, there is nothing to repent for.

"Indeed, we had decided to resume the game. It was a mixture of anger and worry because we risk relegation."