VERONA NEWS

Spal lost to Ternana, but still earned a dramatic last-gasp promotion into Serie A after 49 years thanks to Benevento beating Frosinone, while Carpi stalled Verona.
Antonio Cassano is “about to return” to Serie A, but would go to Serie B for Virtus Entella or Parma.
Spal are potentially just one win away from returning to Serie A after a 50 year absence from the top flight.
Antonio Cassano confirms he won’t hang up his boots - “I can still make the difference in Serie A”.
There’s no stopping Spal with a thumping victory away to Carpi, Frosinone thanked a Federico Dionisi hat-trick, Bari crushed and Verona scrape a point.
Juan Iturbe says he wants to return to being the player he was at Verona, now that he has returned to fitness.
Luca Toni reveals the fear as his car, including Verona President Maurizio Setti, was attacked by Avellino thugs. “They smashed windows and threw bottles.”
Frosinone saw off 10-man Carpi and are the new Serie B leaders after Verona collapsed at Avellino, while Benevento got past Latina.
Luca Toni and Verona President Maurizio Setti saw their car attacked by Avellino hooligans ahead of today’s Serie B game.
Leaders Verona converted a stoppage-time penalty to hold Benevento in a four-goal thriller with two red cards.
Hellas Verona have officially signed Bruno Zuculini on loan from Manchester City, reuniting with brother Franco.
Serie B side Verona have reportedly agreed a deal to bring in Manchester City midfielder Bruno Zuculini on loan.
Verona are the Winter Champions of Serie B after Frosinone fell at Pro Vercelli, while Benevento moved into joint third with Spal.
Perugia fought back from 2-0 down to earn a dramatic draw away to Serie B leaders Verona.
Bologna thrashed Verona 4-0 to ease into the Last 16 of the Coppa Italia and a showdown with Inter.
World Cup-winner Luca Toni has officially qualified as a sporting director, having passed his FIGC exam.
Verona player Romulo played for Chapecoense and has several former teammates in the squad whose plane crashed last night.
Former Milan and Roma man Urby Emanuelson’s advice for young footballers is “don’t go to Italy”.
Verona consolidated their lead at the top of the table by beating Ternana and Perugia crushed 10-man Vicenza, but Cesena sacked Massimo Drago.
Verona flew to the top of the Serie B table with a 4-1 away win, as Benevento and Cittadella crumbled.