Hernanes inspires historic Lazio
Hernanes was inspirational for Lazio, scoring two great individual goals and creating another in the 3-1 hammering of Chievo for a record-setting third straight win.
Lazio aim to keep hold of the Serie A leadership by visiting Chievo in the lunchtime kick-off, but are forced into changes in defence.
Di Carlo wants hungry Chievo
Domenico Di Carlo hopes Chievo can be “hungrier than the fans” in the lunchtime kick-off with Lazio.
Petkovic: 'Zeroes to heroes'
Vladimir Petkovic expects a “tough” test against Chievo and is amused that Lazio “were considered hopeless a few weeks ago and champions now.”
Sorrentino fears Klose threat
Chievo goalkeeper Stefano Sorrentino is well aware of who will be Lazio’s danger man this weekend – Miroslav Klose.
Serie A wage bills revealed
Milan have cut their yearly wage bill by €60m, but they are still the biggest payers in the Italian top flight.
Napoli and Lazio soar
Napoli pushed past Fiorentina on a shocking pitch and Miroslav Klose kept Lazio on track, while Catania beat Genoa in a five-goal thriller and Atalanta saved two penalties.
Donadoni warns Parma
Roberto Donadoni tells Parma they must put just as much effort into facing Chievo as they did Juventus. “It’ll be every bit as tough.”
Chievo confirm Alfaro-Kozak talks
Chievo director of sport Giovanni Sartori has confirmed “we talked to Lazio” about Emiliano Alfaro and Libor Kozak.
Crazy Roma, Napoli conquer Palermo
Roma twice fought back to hold Catania with thrilling goals, Napoli crushed Palermo in Sicily and Lazio took the points in Bergamo.
Ramirez 'head not in the game'
Gaston Ramirez’s move to Southampton may not be over, as he was dropped from Bologna’s trip to Chievo. “His head isn’t in the game,” said Coach Stefano Pioli.
Chievo coy about Lazzari
Chievo director general Giovanni Sartori isn't ruling out a swoop for Fiorentina midfielder Andrea Lazzari.
Coppa: Genoa and Samp crash out
Sampdoria and Genoa crashed out of the Coppa Italia on penalties, Catania and Cagliari squeezed through, but Chievo were on song and Torino won a six-goal thriller with Lecce.
Chievo remain cautious over Paloschi
Chievo Verona won’t be rushed into signing a new striker after Alberto Paloschi picked up an ankle injury.
Udinese claw back Chievo draw
Francesco Guidolin said Udinese were “unwatchable” in their 2-2 draw with Chievo, as preparations continue for the Champions League.
Chievo's Paloschi out for three months
Alberto Paloschi has suffered another ankle injury which could keep the Chievo striker sidelined for three months.
Chievo sign 16-year-old striker
Chievo have officially signed teenage Nancy striker Mehdi Guenouche, announced the club.
Chievo confirm shirt numbers
Chievo have unveiled their shirt numbers for the 2012-13 campaign, as new buy Marco Rigoni gets the 6.
Official: Chievo sign Dainelli
Dario Dainelli has officially signed for Chievo after he terminated his contract by mutual consent with Genoa. “I am very happy.”
Friendlies: Parma win, Cagliari fall
In last night’s friendlies Bologna, Chievo, Parma and Atalanta secured wins, but Cagliari fell to a surprise defeat.
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