Domenico Di Carlo’s Chievo are now safe, so he asks his men to “beat Catania to give our fans even more satisfaction.”
The Flying Donkeys look comfortable in mid-table and this afternoon take on the surprise outfit of this season.
“The difference is never made by individuals at Chievo, but rather by how we work as a collective,” said Di Carlo.
“It was wonderful to beat Fiorentina, but now we have to get back to winning ways on home turf against Catania.
“We intend to give our fans even more satisfaction, as they are splendid and deserve a little extra. I am sure we’ll repeat the intensity of our performance against Fiorentina.”
Dario Dainelli is suspended, joining the injured Francesco Acerbi, Fernando Uribe, Davide Moscardelli and Santiago Morero.
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