VERONA NEWS

Sofyan Amrabat has impressed so much at Hellas Verona that Lazio and Fiorentina are reportedly in talks for a January move.
Stefano Pioli is the favourite to replace Eusebio Di Francesco on the Sampdoria bench after President Massimo Ferrero hinted at a dismissal.
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s three Serie A games, SPAL v Parma, Verona-Sampdoria and a must-win Genoa-Milan.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero hinted he will dismiss Coach Eusebio Di Francesco. “It’s clear for all to see what is happening.”
Hellas Verona Coach Ivan Juric praised his team for a 2-0 victory over Sampdoria. “In recent weeks we had only good performances and no points.”
Verona plunged Sampdoria further into crisis and might’ve doomed Eusebio Di Francesco with a 2-0 victory at the Bentegodi.
Ivan Juric urged Hellas Verona to “go for goal with more conviction” against Sampdoria and hinted he could unleash “instinctive” Eddie Salcedo.
Eusebio Di Francesco has urged Sampdoria to ignore the pressure when they face Verona in Serie A tomorrow.
The Serie A Week 7 referees have been announced as Gianluca Rocchi will officiate the Derby d’Italia between Inter and Juventus.
Cagliari threw away the opportunity to make it four wins in a row, as not only did they gift Verona the equaliser, they missed a sitter.
Cagliari Coach Rolando Maran has no intention of playing it safe against Hellas Verona after three straight wins. “Enthusiasm is our fuel.”
There are several reasons why Brescia were punished for racist abuse of Miralem Pjanic, but not Cagliari or Verona for insults to Romelu Lukaku and Franck Kessie.
The referees for Serie A Week 6 are announced as Piero Giacomelli will officiate Vincenzo Montella’s return to Milan with Fiorentina.
Hellas Verona received the international transfer for 19-year-old right-back Wesley, so he can make his Serie A debut this weekend.
New rules are being drawn up by the Italian authorities to incentivise clubs in the crackdown on racism and offensive behaviour from their fans.
Igor Tudor maintains it was “a game of two halves” between Verona and Udinese, so the 0-0 draw was the correct result.
Ivan Juric believes Hellas Verona “without a doubt deserved the victory, as we played the entire second half” in Udinese’s penalty area.
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s Serie A games, Verona-Udinese and Mario Balotelli’s Brescia against Juventus.
Udinese wasted two good chances in the first half, but Hellas Verona largely dominated and were denied only by Juan Musso and the woodwork.
Igor Tudor admits he has been “burnt” by Udinese’s poor start to the season but believes tomorrow’s clash with Verona “is an opportunity to redeem ourselves.”