CHIEVO NEWS

Gigi Buffon is impressed with Daniel Osvaldo, accepts Antonio Conte’s Juventus punishment and ignores “gossip.”
Eugenio Corini has insisted that ‘no team is unbeatable’ as his Chievo side travel to face Juventus on Sunday.
Mirko Vucinic was up for a starting spot against Chievo, but Juventus announced he’ll be out for several weeks.
Chievo striker Victor Obinna has returned and claims spells abroad “allowed me to grow professionally and personally.”
Chievo’s new talent Leandro Paredes says he has learned a lot from Juan Roman Riquelme at Boca Juniors.
Giorgio Chiellini has avoided a serious injury, but he and Andrea Barzagli could miss Juventus-Chievo.
Seven players have been handed one-match bans after this weekend’s round of action, it has been confirmed.
Francesco Guidolin hailed Udinese's other gear, but Eugenio Corini credited a moment of magic.
Udinese captain Antonio Di Natale hinted he isn’t 100 per cent sure to retire at the end of this season.
Fiorentina and Udinese earned some much-needed victories over Atalanta and Chievo respectively.
Udinese take on Chievo in a battle to stay away from the relegation zone and give Hassan Yebda his debut.
Eugenio Corini has admitted that Chievo’s home form is a concern, as he reflects weekend opponents Udinese are unlikely to be relegated.
Michael Agazzi has mused that whilst links with Milan are ‘nice’, he is currently only focused on new club Chievo.
Victor Obinna returned to Chievo from Lokomotiv Moscow. “I have matured and bring more experience.”
The Giudice Sportiva have confirmed that 12 players have been given a one-game ban after this weekend’s round of fixtures.
New Juventus man Dani Osvaldo could debut from the bench as early as next week, although full fitness isn’t targeted for another fortnight.
Eugenio Corini rues Chievo's start and Edy Reja praises the Lazio performance.
Edy Reja said Lazio “answered critics” after a 2-0 win at Chievo, reiterated players turned them down and Hernanes “didn’t tell the whole truth.”
It’s reported Milan have agreed terms with goalkeeper Michael Agazzi, who will be out of contract in June.
Error-prone Napoli were crushed by Atalanta, Lazio sank Chievo, Verona ruined Alberto Malesani’s Sassuolo debut and Catania-Livorno was a six-goal thriller.