VERONA NEWS

Mauro Icardi slammed critical Inter fans, complaining “when we play at San Siro it’s like we’re the away team.”
Walter Mazzarri insisted Inter “have reason to be optimistic” after a 2-2 draw against Verona.
Andrea Mandorlini felt Verona “controlled the game” in the second half of their 2-2 draw with Inter.
Samir Handanovic saved another penalty, but 10-man Inter were still clawed back 2-2 by Verona at San Siro.
Inter are under pressure as they host unpredictable Verona at San Siro with Walter Mazzarri ordered to get points.
Verona “know that we can hurt Inter” at San Siro this evening, assured assistant manager Roberto Bordin.
Yuto Nagatomo and Hernanes return for Inter against Verona, but Fredy Guarin and Yann M’Vila are still out.
Walter Mazzarri shrugged off Inter President Erick Thohir’s warning and expects “a great match” against Verona.
Inter President Erick Thohir warned Walter Mazzarri he wants “the next matches to bring points – plural.”
Rafael Marquez reckons that Verona can bag the full three points when they travel to Milan to face Inter on Sunday.
Hellas Verona defender Frederik Sorensen faces up to six weeks on the sidelines with a knee injury sustained this week.
Andrea Mandorlini believes Verona deserved a point at Cesena but has demanded his players stop making life so difficult for themselves.
Pierpaolo Bisoli has urged Cesena to develop a ruthless streak following their 1-1 draw with Verona, but is delighted with the performances of his new boys.
Verona needed a late Juanito Gomez goal to bail them out, as they came back from behind to record a 1-1 draw with Cesena in Serie A.
Verona are without Luca Toni, while Cesena hand a full home debut to Hugo Almeida in tonight’s Serie A clash.
Andrea Mandorlini sees Monday’s trip to Cesena as “an important opportunity” for Verona to pick up points.
Cesena host Verona tomorrow evening and Coach Pierpaolo Bisoli insists it represents “a new beginning.”
Verona Coach Andrea Mandorlini feels a 1-1 draw with Lazio was positive after a run of two straight defeats.
Stefano Pioli preferred Lazio’s performance in a draw with Verona compared to their victory over Torino.
Luca Toni’s penalty held 10-man Lazio 1-1 in Verona, but the Aquile still go into joint third place.