CHIEVO NEWS

Frosinone were relegated today after they blew a two-goal lead at Sassuolo, but Coach Marco Baroni believes it was their home form that “condemned” them to Serie B.
Leonardo Semplici again refused to commit his future to SPAL after securing their Serie A status with a 4-0 win over Chievo.
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s Serie A games, as SPAL visit Chievo for safety and Udinese aim to upset Inter.
SPAL President Walter Mattioli admits their campaign has been “remarkable” and he intends to extend their Serie A stay further, but won’t stand in the way of Manuel Lazzari’s career.
Dias Felipe bagged a brace along with Sergio Floccari and Jasmin Kurtic strikes, as SPAL crushed Chievo 4-0 to mathematically secure their Serie A status.
Kostas Manolas claims Roma “changed mentality” since Claudio Ranieri replaced Eusebio Di Francesco, but “would already be in the Champions League” without disappointing against minnows.
Leonardo Semplici “expects a difficult match with Chievo,” as SPAL go in search of the one point that will see them achieve mathematical safety.
Mimmo Di Carlo warns SPAL that Chievo aim to “make things difficult for them tomorrow” and want to pick up as many points as possible in their remaining games.
The referees for Serie A Week 35 have been announced, with Daniele Orsato given Friday’s Derby della Mole between Juventus and Torino.
Milan defender Alessio Romagnoli has been banned for only one game, despite his straight red card at Torino.
Chievo boss Domenico Di Carlo says he is ‘happy’ at the club and would be ‘honoured’ to lead them in Serie B next season.
Parma Coach Roberto D’Aversa rued a missed chance by Gervinho and their failure to take the three points against Chievo, but admitted his side are now “almost safe” from relegation.
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s Serie A games, including Frosinone-Napoli, Sampdoria-Lazio and Torino-Milan.
Danilo Cataldi warned Lazio to face Sampdoria with the same “attitude and grit” they showed in the Coppa Italia semi-final with Milan.
Chievo confirmed they’re still in this Serie A season and fought back to hold Parma in a 1-1 draw, a tale of two headers.
Check the official line-ups for this afternoon’s Serie A games, relegation dogfights SPAL v Genoa and Chievo-Parma.
Parma Coach Roberto D’Aversa lamented the lack of cover in his squad amid an ongoing injury crisis, but targets victory in the “match-ball” with Chievo.
The referees for Serie A Week 34 have been announced, with Luca Banti given the Derby d’Italia between Inter and Juventus.
Lazio Club Manager Angelo Peruzzi admits they are “lacking consistency and mentality” ahead of their Coppa Italia semi-final with Milan.
Lazio are expected to fine Sergej Milinkovic-Savic and Luis Alberto after their red cards against Chievo.