CHIEVO NEWS

Novara-Chievo will go ahead as planned despite the snow, as Coach Emiliano Mondonico makes his debut.
Takayuki Morimoto’s hopes of a move away from Novara look to be dashed as Chievo pull the plug on a loan move at the last minute.
Domenico Di Carlo feels Chievo lost it all at the end, while Edy Reja believes Lazio dominated.
Edy Reja has blasted Lazio’s “unjustified and gratuitous” critics in the media after crushing Chievo 3-0.
Domenico Di Carlo hopes Chievo can shake off their Coppa Italia disappointment and bring “more fire” to trouble Lazio.
Edy Reja tries to get Lazio back on track after two consecutive defeats, but it won’t be easy against “a ferocious Chievo side.”
Mimmo Di Carlo cannot help but have regrets at Chievo’s Coppa Italia exit to Siena. “We paid the price for a single mistake.”
Giuseppe Sannino dedicated Siena’s historic climb into the Coppa Italia semi-final to “the players and our fans.”
Siena have made history by conquering Chievo 1-0 despite playing with 10 men, so they reach the Coppa Italia semi-final for the first time.
Giuseppe Sannino tried not to put too much pressure on Siena ahead of tomorrow’s Coppa Italia match with Chievo. “Play without a care in the world.”
Serse Cosmi hailed Lecce's character, but Domenico Di Carlo berated Chievo for letting go.
Palermo played an eight-goal thriller, Napoli and Lecce snatched draws, Udinese celebrated, but Fiorentina stalled in Sardinia.
Serse Cosmi turned a corner with a victory at Fiorentina and now hopes Lecce can continue on this “crossroads against Chievo.”
Sergio Pellissier has received encouragement from former teammates Massimo Marazzina and Bernardo Corradi as his search for 100 Chievo goals continues.
Domenico Di Carlo praised Chievo's aggression, though Bortolo Mutti blamed an icy pitch for Palermo's woes.
Fiorentina suffered a shock home defeat to Lecce, while Roberto Donadoni made a perfect Parma debut, but Chievo added to Palermo’s crisis.
Bortolo Mutti has had a very poor start to his Palermo career, but ordered them to “stop thinking about” the recent results when preparing to face Chievo.
Domenico Di Carlo praised Chievo’s attitude after they ended Udinese’s unbeaten home record to reach the Coppa Italia quarter-finals.
Francesco Guidolin admits Udinese “made mistakes” in their surprise Coppa Italia home defeat to Chievo.
Chievo have sensationally knocked Udinese out of the Coppa Italia with a dramatic 2-1 victory at the Stadio Friuli, ending their unbeaten home record.