CHIEVO NEWS

Domenico Di Carlo’s Chievo are now safe, so he asks his men to “beat Catania to give our fans even more satisfaction.”
Vincenzo Montella has reiterated Catania’s seriousness in pushing for European qualification this season.
Delio Rossi admits Fiorentina players are frightened, while Domenico Di Carlo reveals a Chievo injury scare.
Delio Rossi admits Fiorentina “are frightened” of playing in front of their own fans after another disappointing defeat to Chievo....
Udinese and Fiorentina continue their crises with defeats, but 10-man Palermo shocked Bologna with their first away win of the season.
Chievo Coach Domenico Di Carlo concedes it’s “very strange to be fighting for safety against Fiorentina.”
Fiorentina “are not in crisis, but the team is not united in the right way,” warned Delio Rossi ahead of the relegation battle with Chievo.
Fiorentina’s hopes this weekend of recording just a second win in nine games have been boosted by Stevan Jovetic’s return to training.
The kick-off time for the Chievo-Catania Serie A match on Saturday April 7 has been moved, announced the Lega.
Chievo have lost forward Davide Moscardelli for the rest of the season after he ruptured a tendon in his left leg.
Domenico Di Carlo rues missed opportunities and Giuseppe Sannino hails Mattia Destro.
Lazio struck very late to squeeze past Cagliari and consolidate third place after Napoli threw away a 2-0 lead, while in the relegation battles there was a thriller in Cesena and stalemates for Novara and Chievo.
Goalkeeper Stefano Sorrentino has declared he would happily sign a contract with Chievo until 2019, if he was offered such a deal.
Stefano Pioli rues Bologna mistakes, while Domenico Di Carlo regrets throwing away a lead.
Today’s results affect the drop zone, as Novara suck Siena back down, Lecce-Palermo was a thriller in the sign of red cards and Bologna fought back to hold Chievo.
Stefano Pioli welcomes his old club Chievo in a relegation tussle and promises “this can be the best end to a Bologna season for years.”
Ahead of facing former side Chievo this weekend, Stefano Pioli has asserted the belief that the Mussi Volanti will easily survive the relegation battle.
Cesena President Igor Campedelli has revealed that the relegation strugglers passed up the chance to sign Michael Bradley in favour of Antonio Candreva.
Inter President Massimo Moratti hailed “an important victory, but we need more ambition and grit against Marseille.”
Claudio Ranieri admits he was “moved” after he was spotted misty-eyed at Inter’s victory against Chievo. “They finally played like Inter.”