VERONA NEWS

Rolando Maran said Chievo were “angry” at their defeat to Verona in the Derby della Scala.
Gigi Del Neri hailed “leaders” Luca Toni and Giampaolo Pazzini after Verona beat Chievo 3-1. “We’re keeping hope alive.”
Verona got their second victory of the campaign and bragging rights in the Derby della Scala, but Hellas and Chievo saw red.
Luca Toni and Giampaolo Pazzini lead Hellas as they aim to upset cousins Chievo in the Derby di Verona.
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s two Serie A games, the Derby di Verona and Inter-Sampdoria.
Verona Coach Luigi Del Neri admits it’ll be “difficult” against Chievo but “the table doesn’t count” in derbies.
Rolando Maran says Chievo “must play with all our strength” to overcome Verona in the Derby della Scala.
Verona director general Giovanni Gardini has an interview with Inter's President to change clubs.
Roberto Mancini said Inter’s trip to Fiorentina “won’t be a decisive match, but it is a decisive stage of the season.”
Gigi Del Neri believes Lazio “deserved to win,” although the final 5-2 result was a little harsh on Verona.
Stefano Pioli believes Lazio “have to quality to reach the Europa League” after a 5-2 win over Verona.
Stefano Mauri admits Lazio “have been playing below our capabilities, but hope we changed gear” in a 5-2 win over Verona.
Lazio ended their goal drought in a spectacular 5-2 victory, as Verona saw their five-round unbeaten run terminated.
Lazio try to get their season back on track, but host a Verona side unbeaten in five and fresh from surprising Inter.
Stefano Pioli says he’ll “make assessments at the end of the season” amid rumours he’ll leave Lazio.
Coach Stefano Pioli says Felipe Anderson’s struggles are down to the whole Lazio team.
Coach Luigi Del Neri insists “Verona will come to Rome to win tomorrow” against Lazio.
Verona midfielder Luca Marrone says he ‘tried to steal Del Piero and Pirlo’s free kick secrets’ while at Juventus.
Gigi Del Neri noted Verona’s 3-3 draw with Inter “proves we believe in safety,” although they remain rock bottom.
Roberto Mancini was “let down” by his Inter side after a 3-3 draw with Verona. “We threw two points away and it could’ve been worse.”