CHIEVO NEWS

Alvaro Morata, Claudio Marchisio and Hernanes are in the squad for Juventus to take on Chievo on Saturday.
Former Juventus player Simone Pepe and loanee Federico Mattiello are in the Chievo squad to face the Bianconeri tomorrow.
Chievo Coach Rolando Maran assures that his team ‘won’t set out already beaten’ when they face Juventus tomorrow.
Coach Max Allegri relishes having 'everyone available' for Juventus, and claims 'the fun team is the winning team'.
Alex Sandro insists there’s no rivalry between him and Patrice Evra at Juventus - ‘I have a lot to learn from him’.
Paulo Dybala says Juventus ‘are at 100 per cent, and we want to show we can win the Scudetto again’.
Jose Mauri’s agent assures Milan never intended to loan or sell the midfielder, despite rumours.
Alvaro Morata has been forced to skip Juventus training after coming down with flu.
Hernanes says ‘there are no excuses’ and Juventus must start winning immediately.
Chievo have their ‘feet on the ground’ despite topping the Serie A table, according to Simone Pepe.
New Chievo signing Simone Pepe says his time at Juventus was ‘a privilege’ and speaks about the ‘terrible’ feeling of losing the Champions League final.
Juventus say they are ‘perplexed’ by the decision to close the Curva Sud in Juventus Stadium for Saturday’s match against Chievo.
Chievo defender Nicolas Frey says that Juventus are ‘to be feared’ despite his side’s stunning start to the Serie A season.
Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri expects improvement against Chievo - ‘our season starts this week’.
Daniele De Rossi is the player with the biggest wages in Serie A, as overall club spending increased by €33m this summer.
Ezequiel Schelotto has gone from Italy international and Inter hero to without a club or agent, so explained his situation.
Chievo's Riccardo Meggiorini believes if Roma's Francesco Totti had executed his back-heel, 'people would talk about it for months'.
Juventus will play Chievo with the Curva Sud closed after losing the final appeal against a ban.
The kick-off times for Serie A fixtures from Week 3 to 17 are confirmed, going all the way up to December.
Stefano Pioli said Lazio were “embarrassing” in a 4-0 defeat to Chievo. “We have to change mentality.”