VERONA NEWS

Luca Toni will mark his retirement by saluting Bayern Munich fans at the Allianz Arena tomorrow afternoon.
Poland have called up seven Serie A players for Euro 2016, including Fiorentina's Jakub Błaszczykowski and Roma's Wojciech Szczesny.
Carpi released a statement urging the Lega Serie A to “monitor very carefully” the Verona-Palermo match.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini insists “I didn’t make any allegation” against referees, but admits to being “jaded”.
Stephan Lichtsteiner assures “there’s no need for alarm” despite Juventus’ defeat to Verona.
With Napoli regaining second place from Roma it seems it will go down to the ultimate game to decide the second Champions League position as Dave Taylor selects his best XI from Week 37
On the day of his retirement, Luca Toni reveals why he’ll never be a Coach and “almost came to blows” with Louis van Gaal.
Gigi Del Neri is glad Verona bowed out by beating champions Juventus on Luca Toni’s swansong.
Max Allegri was angry with Juventus after their defeat to Verona, ending a six-month unbeaten run. “Enough celebrating.”
Luca Toni couldn’t describe his feelings after a “magical night” as he retired with a Panenka penalty and win over Juventus.
Luca Toni retired by scoring a cheeky Panenka penalty as Verona stunned Scudetto-winners Juventus 2-1.
Beppe Marotta said Juventus will “invest in Italy,” but leaves the door open for Edinson Cavani if Alvaro Morata leaves.
Luca Toni confessed “the week has been full of emotion” leading into the final match of his Serie A career.
Juventus make numerous changes as they visit Verona, but all eyes are on retiring veteran hitman Luca Toni.
Join us for the build-up and action from tonight’s Serie A games, as Napoli need a victory at Torino to stay second and Luca Toni waves goodbye in Verona-Juventus.
Davide Ballardini said Palermo are “united as a team” after clambering out of the relegation zone with a draw in Florence.
Join us for all the action as it happens from today’s eight Serie A games, including Roma-Chievo, Verona-Juventus, Torino-Napoli and the Genoa Derby.
Gigi Del Neri denies he had “a tense rapport” with Luca Toni as the Verona veteran calls it quits against Juventus.
Juventus and Verona named their squads for tomorrow evening’s game at the Bentegodi.
Luca Toni admits he “was meant to retire five years ago, but I just kept scoring…” and hasn’t decided on his future yet.