VERONA NEWS

Hellas Verona earned a massive win away to Benevento, as Marco Silvestri saved Massimo Coda’s penalty, leapfrogging Le Streghe into fifth place.
Palermo fought back for a 1-1 draw away to Hellas Verona after a protest from home fans at the Stadio Bentegodi.
Palermo soared to the top of the table after a crushing victory over Pescara, Brescia won a six-goal thriller with Verona and Venezia crumbled to Cittadella.
Palermo left it very late, but surged to the top of the table, while Ascoli overturned Benevento and Cremonese stalled Verona.
Hellas Verona were pegged back to a 1-1 home draw by Cremonese, ruining their hopes of taking top spot in Serie B.
Leaders Pescara scraped a point at Cosenza, but Verona tumbled in Ascoli, so Palermo stunned Carpi to leap into second, while it was a thrilling Perugia-Padova.
Palermo win the promotion play-off in Lecce and fly into joint second place with Verona, who were held by Walter Zenga’s Venezia, while Salernitana continue to soar.
Antonio Cassano has retired from football – again – but had time for another typically no-filter interview. “All the players suck nowadays.”
Hellas Verona risk losing the Serie B leadership after a shock 2-0 home defeat at the hands of Lecce.
Former Serie A and international referee Luigi Agnolin has died at the age of 75 after a long illness.
World Cup winner Alberto Gilardino has reportedly decided to retire, after scoring 273 goals across his career.
Palermo fought back from a goal down to conquer Foggia, while Giampaolo Pazzini bagged a hat-trick as Verona crushed Carpi 4-1.
Fabio Pecchia has seen it all at Real Madrid, Napoli and Hellas Verona, revealing Cristiano Ronaldo “has loved Serie A and Italy for years.”
Antonio Cassano reveals “I won’t be attending” the FIGC course he enrolled upon to become a sporting director.
Cosenza risk a 3-0 defeat to Hellas Verona after their Serie B match was called off due to the awful state of the pitch.
Former Fiorentina and Italy boss Cesare Prandelli has confirmed that he is ready to return with a Serie A club.
Turkish club MKE Ankaragucu unveiled new signing Alessio Cerci with a bizarre Godfather-themed video.
Alessio Cerci has signed a three-year contract with Turkish club MKE Ankaragücü.
Alessio Cerci and Udinese defender Thomas Heurtaux are both on their way towards Turkish side MKE Ankaragucu.
Juventus have reportedly decided to keep hold of teenage sensation Moise Kean, despite interest from Marseille, Nice, Borussia Dortmund and more.