VERONA NEWS

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Mimmo Di Carlo makes it clear Cesena “will fight to the end” for their Serie A status and must get points off Verona.
Verona’s Panagiotis Tachtsidis and Vangelis Moras as well Giannis Fetfatzidis of Chievo have been involved in a car crash.
Verona star Luca Toni could be forced to pay €1.7m to the German Catholic Church for failing to pay a religious tax.
Andrea Mandorlini outlined his Verona targets, including safety, Chievo revenge and beating Osvaldo Bagnoli’s record.
Stefano Pioli admits the break for international duty “is bad timing” after Lazio’s sixth consecutive victory.
Eder stunned Inter for Sampdoria to leapfrog Napoli, who were held by 10-man Atalanta, while Fiorentina stalled and Roma held off Lazio’s challenge.
It’s a huge Serie A Sunday night with Sampdoria-Inter, Cesena-Roma, Lazio-Verona, Napoli-Atalanta and more.
Stefano Pioli warned Lazio “haven’t achieved anything yet” as they face Verona and target Roma in second place.
The weekend saw Lazio move into a Champions League place, one point short of Roma, as Dave Taylor selects his best XI from round 27.
Verona Coach Andrea Mandorlini enjoyed “revenge” over Napoli and assured Luca Toni “can play at least another year.”
Rafa Benitez criticised Napoli’s performance in their 2-0 defeat to Verona, particularly the lack of “intensity.”
Brace hero Luca Toni felt Verona “were hungrier” for success than Napoli in their 2-0 victory.
Luca Toni’s double dominated a sluggish Napoli side, as Verona emerged 2-0 winners at the Bentegodi.
Napoli visit rivals Hellas Verona as they try to catch Roma in second and stop Lazio overtaking them in third.
Follow the action as it happens in a bitter grudge match between Hellas Verona and Napoli.
Andrea Mandorlini realises how much Verona fans care about tonight’s clash with Napoli. “It always means a lot.”
Napoli bring back Lorenzo Insigne, but have to call up a youth team player to plug holes in defence against Verona.
Rafa Benitez welcomes Lorenzo Insigne back for Napoli’s trip to Verona and expects a “fiery atmosphere.”
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani said the game with Fiorentina is “important, but not decisive” for Pippo Inzaghi.