CHIEVO NEWS

After a pulsating Week 32 that saw a couple of teams reignite their European hopes, Dave Taylor picks his best XI.
Livorno Coach Domenico Di Carlo admits Juventus star power “made the difference” and turned his focus to Chievo.
Alessandro Diamanti believes one more win for his former Bologna teammates could be enough to keep them in Serie A.
Eugenio Corini remains confident Chievo “can fight for safety with this determination” despite defeat to Verona.
Andrea Mandorlini dedicated Verona’s win over local rivals Chievo “to the fans. We really wanted this win.”
Luca Toni is happy with his decision to join Verona and said “why not?” to a World Cup call.
Luca Toni set a new club record and gave Hellas Verona victory in the Derby, beating Chievo 1-0.
Verona Coach Andrea Mandorlini criticised Chievo for their ticketing price, as fans boycott today’s Derby.
It’s Verona Derby day as Chievo and Hellas go head-to-head in a bitter grudge match.
Chievo defender Nicolas Frey’s three-match ban has been quashed on appeal and Amauri’s cut to two.
Verona Coach Andrea Mandorlini says there are no favourites for tomorrow’s Derby della Scala with Chievo.
Chievo Coach Eugenio Corini prepares for the Verona Derby and claims Mario Balotelli trod on Nicolas Frey.
Verona midfielder Emil Hallfredsson has called on his teammates to win their derby with Chievo on Saturday for the fans.
Chievo defender Nicolas Frey is given a three-match ban using video evidence and Sinisa Mihajlovic two for insulting the referee.
Eugenio Corini revealed Cyril Thereau was not meant to take Chievo’s penalty in the 3-0 defeat to Milan.
Clarence Seedorf hailed Ricky Kaka and Keisuke Honda after Milan’s 3-0 victory over Chievo.
Ricky Kaka said his 300th appearance in a Milan shirt went “better than I could’ve expected,” beating Chievo 3-0.
Ricky Kaka scored twice to mark his 300th Milan appearance in a confidence-boosting 3-0 victory over Chievo.
Adriano Galliani hinted Milan will have Giovanni Galli as director of sport and revealed a Kaka contract clause.
Mario Balotelli, Keisuke Honda, Kaka and Adel Taarabt start as Milan try to break down tough cookies Chievo.