VERONA NEWS

Genoa have improved under Gian Piero Gasperini and “a victory would be fundamental” against Verona.
Andrea Mandorlini won’t rule out European ambitions for Verona, but “first we achieve safety, then we can have some fun.”
Verona’s Luca Toni has recalled his disappointing spell at Genoa ahead of Sunday’s Serie A clash between the two.
Luca Toni says it didn’t take him long to accept Verona’s offer to join them in the summer following their promotion to Serie A.
The full schedule of the Coppa Italia Fourth Round has been released, including Inter-Trapani and Sampdoria-Verona.
Luca Toni can’t stop scoring for Verona and leaves the door open for the World Cup. “Cesare Prandelli will decide.”
Andrea Mandorlini hailed Verona's concentration, but Diego Lopez is tired of Cagliari conceding early goals.
Genoa shocked Lazio in Rome, Sassuolo won a seven-goal thriller at Sampdoria and Verona made it six in a row.
Diego Lopez wants Cagliari to “give a response on the field” against Verona after their humiliating defeat to Bologna.
Hellas Verona have a perfect home record this term, but Andrea Mandorlini warns Cagliari “won’t be easy.”
Verona playmaker Juan Iturbe is a January transfer target for Liverpool and Barcelona, according to reports.
Ishak Belfodil and Evangelos Moras will have to sit out their two-match bans after appeals were rejected.
Jorginho’s agent reveals the Verona starlet “could leave in the summer, but right now his dream is to play in Europe with Hellas.”
Verona boss Andrea Mandorlini is refusing to get carried away by his side’s sensational start to the season.
Juventus swept Catania aside, Livorno-Torino was a six-goal thriller, Verona won’t stop winning, while Udinese and Bologna had away victories.
Inter defender Jonathan has praised his Nerazzurri teammates after they showed ‘grit and determination’ this weekend.
Three Serie A giants are carefully monitoring Verona youngster Juan Manuel Iturbe, Sport Mediaset are suggesting.
Inter forward Ishak Belfodil and Verona’s Evangelos Moras received two-match bans for their off-the-ball scuffle.
Andrea Mandorlini said Verona “can only blame ourselves” for the 4-2 defeat to Inter after poor defending from set plays.
Walter Mazzarri was pleased with Inter’s start against Verona, but reprimanded his players for “showing off.”