VERONA NEWS

Serie A will be on UK television until at least 2018, as BT Sport announces it has renewed its broadcast deal.
Roma director Walter Sabatini ignored Scudetto questions and discussed why Mattia Destro left for Milan.
Andrea Mandorlini hinted he could’ve been fired if Verona had not held Roma to a 1-1 draw today.
Rudi Garcia felt Roma were simply “unlucky” to only get a draw against Verona, but they do “lack consistency.”
Roma’s crisis becomes undeniable with a draw at Verona, but Milan see off Cesena, Lazio fight back against Palermo and Empoli crush Chievo.
The pressure is on at the Bentegodi, as both Roma and Hellas Verona are in crisis mode.
Join us for all the action as it happens from Verona-Roma, Lazio-Palermo, Milan-Cesena and Empoli-Chievo.
Luca Toni relishes his “leadership” role for Verona ahead of today’s clash with his former club Roma.
Douglas Maicon is still out of action for Roma’s trip to Hellas Verona.
Rudi Garcia insists his rapport with Roma players “has not changed” and tried to boost confidence in Verona.
There was an insulting banner greeting Roma as they arrived at training today: ‘Shame on you. You’re pathetic!’
Verona Coach Andrea Mandorlini’s job is reportedly at risk after four defeats in five Serie A games, with Edy Reja ready to come in.
Andrea Mandorlini warned Verona “need to find our old solidity” after a 5-2 hammering at Genoa.
Gian Piero Gasperini feels Genoa is “the ideal club” for M’Baye Niang after his brace to beat Verona 5-2.
Roma were surprisingly pegged back by bottom club Parma, but Inter ended their Atalanta taboo in style, Genoa smashed Verona 5-2 and Lazio conquered Udinese.
Follow all the Serie A action as it happens this afternoon on our LIVEBLOG, including Roma-Parma, Atalanta-Inter and Udinese-Lazio.
Andrea Mandorlini prepares to face Genoa and would welcome “great player” Antonio Cassano to Verona.
Andrea Mandorlini has reportedly been assured his job is safe, despite five defeats in their last six games.
Andrea Mandorlini ignores talk of a potential dismissal after Verona’s 3-1 home defeat to Torino.
Giampiero Ventura told off Torino critics after a fourth straight win. “People said without Alessio Cerci and Ciro Immobile...”