VERONA NEWS

With a several records being broken this Week 35, Dave Taylor looks back on four days of exciting football and picks his best XI.
Rudi Garcia and Walter Sabatini are apparently meeting at Trigoria today to plan out Roma’s transfer strategy for the summer.
It is reported that Lazio duo Andre Dias and Miroslav Klose could return to Biancocelesti training as early as Wednesday.
Catania fans were furious with their team on Sunday and so fired abuse towards the players at Fontanarossa airport.
Verona forward Juan Manuel Iturbe has been diagnosed with a bruised left thigh and will require further tests.
Andrea Mandorlini admits he got it wrong with Luca Toni's substitution and Maurizio Pellegrino makes a promise.
Luca Toni will be furious, as his 20-goal tally was dragged down to 19 after the League awarded an own goal.
Luca Toni is joint Capocannoniere on 20 goals and believes he can take the crown. “At my age it’d be extraordinary!”
Luca Toni became joint Capocannoniere with a brace as Verona kept Euro hopes alive by thrashing Catania 4-0.
Verona continue their fight for European places while Catania have the last roll of the Serie A dice in the early kick-off.
Andrea Mandorlini is confident Verona’s Europa League hopes are still alive ahead of today’s early kick-off with Catania.
Maurizio Pellegrino won his Catania debut and said an upset against Verona today could “open an important scenario.”
Catania Coach Maurizio Pellegrino says his side’s win over Sampdoria last weekend has given them a glimmer of hope of staying up.
The refereeing allocations for Week 35 of the Serie A season have been announced.
Verona confirm the intention to keep Juan Manuel Iturbe, as their President comments: “No Italian club has the economic capacity to buy him.”
Stefano Colantuono saw a tired Atalanta, but Andrea Mandorlini matched a club record.
Lazio-Torino was a six-goal thriller for Europe that only boosts Milan’s hopes, while Udinese held Napoli and Sassuolo shocked Chievo.
Atalanta Coach Stefano Colantuono has labelled football in his homeland as ‘very strange.’
Atalanta Coach Stefano Colantuono says his side can still qualify for next season’s Europa League, provided they win their next two games.
Romulo has reflected on his Italy call-up and admits that whilst he is happy at Verona, he does not know where his future lies.