CHIEVO NEWS

Pasquale Marino rues Genoa errors and Domenico Di Carlo credits his goalkeeper.
It was a weekend of upsets in the relegation zone, as Lecce crushed Siena, Chievo stunned Genoa and Novara held Atalanta to a stalemate.
Pasquale Marino knows Genoa must adjust their expectations of the season and be wary of Chievo. “They can do damage on the counter-attack.”
Napoli made short work of Chievo and ended their five-match winless streak thanks to Uruguayan duo Miguel Angel Britos and Edinson Cavani.
Milan-owned Chievo striker Alberto Paloschi has set himself some big targets for the future.
Walter Mazzarri asks fans to stand by Napoli against Chievo and Chelsea. “The only problem is our concentration. We need to be more humble.”
Napoli have already sold over 40,000 tickets for Chelsea, but Christian Maggio begs the fans “need to support us” on Monday against Chievo.
Stefano Sorrentino has warned Napoli to expect a tough challenge on Monday night in their Week 23 meeting with his struggling Chievo.
Domenico Di Carlo feels Chievo paid the price for one error, but Roberto Donadoni says Parma deserved it.
Roberto Donadoni is now the Coach of Parma, but reminds many that he called for a longer Serie A winter break “when I was in charge of Italy.”
Sergio Pellissier has expressed his delight after he finally celebrated his 100th goal for Chievo Verona.
Sergio Pellissier celebrated his 100th Chievo goal, as Emiliano Mondonico’s debut on the Novara bench was ruined.
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.”