CHIEVO NEWS

Michael Bradley would have no problem in making an impact at Roma – even if the capital club haven’t made a move yet for the Chievo man.
Bortolo Mutti says he has done his duty for Palermo, but Domenico Di Carlo wanted a Chievo victory.
Lazio are back in the race for Champions League qualification after conquering Bergamo despite an injury crisis, while Palermo-Chievo was a crazy eight-goal thriller!
Bortolo Mutti concedes he’s going into his last games on the Palermo bench. “I worked well here and I thank everyone.”
Stefano Sorrentino is ready to end his career at Chievo unless a top club steps forward for his services.
Francesco Acerbi has admitted that he is dreaming of a Milan move, but he’s just concentrating on ending the season well at Chievo.
Alberto Paloschi says he doesn’t yet know whether he will return to Milan once his Chievo loan ends.
Domenico Di Carlo hailed Chievo’s spirit for “playing our game wherever we went” to secure safety after holding Roma to a draw today.
Luis Enrique complained of playing “water polo” on a flooded pitch, but admits he “must accept criticism when results don’t arrive” for Roma.
Roma were fortunate to scrape a point on the waterlogged Verona pitch, as Chievo had the best chances in their goalless draw.
Fabio Borini, Bojan Krkic and Francesco Totti face Sergio Pellissier and Alberto Paloschi in today’s Chievo-Roma Serie A opener.
Chievo Coach Mimmo Di Carlo has downplayed his team’s goalless run that has seen the Mussi Volanti go without scoring for 400 minutes.
Luis Enrique welcomes back Daniele De Rossi to the Roma squad for Tuesday’s trip to Verona, but has to make do without a couple of defensive enforcements.
Massimo Ficcadenti was content with the point, but Domenico Di Carlo felt the game was missing a spark.
The Derby di Sicilia spoils were shared after Fabrizio Miccoli replied to Nicola Legrottaglie, while Cagliari-Chievo was also a draw.
Domenico Di Carlo insists Chievo feel “even more belief” after their defeat to Atalanta and want to prove it against Cagliari today.
Massimo Ficcadenti has warned Cagliari they need “another three if not four or five points” to be safe, but won’t think beyond tomorrow’s game with Chievo.
Stefano Colantuono can see Atalanta's safety and Domenico Di Carlo admits they were hungrier than Chievo.
Cagliari tore the Catania defence to shreds in a 3-0 victory, while Atalanta overcame controversy to beat Chievo with a Maxi Moralez stunner.
Massimo Ficcadenti has identified Cagliari’s two forthcoming home fixtures as crucial to their staying up this season.