CHIEVO NEWS

Chievo Coach Lorenzo D’Anna called Udinese goalkeeper Simone Scuffet Man of the Match. “He stopped us getting back into the game.”
Julio Velazquez believes the 2-0 victory away to Chievo shows Udinese are beginning to grasp the mechanics of his football.
Frosinone Coach Moreno Longo admits he had hoped to “grab a precious point by hanging on with teeth and nails” until the late Juventus goals.
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Rodrigo De Paul scored a stunner from distance and set up the counter-attack for Kevin Lasagna as Udinese conquered Chievo.
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Chievo Coach Lorenzo D’Anna maintains the Flying Donkeys “have the potential, quality and character to go far” as they host Udinese.
Diego Perotti hit back at criticism of Roma and Coach Eusebio Di Francesco. “We must find ourselves again” after poor results.
Rolando Maran told Cagliari to keep a special eye out for Parma striker Roberto Inglese, who he trained at Chievo.
An appeal from five clubs has been sent to the Italian Government in a bid to resolve the chaos around Serie B, but Virtus Entella wouldn’t sign it.
Massimiliano Irrati will take charge of Napoli’s trip to Torino, as the Serie A Week 5 referees are announced.
Roma President James Pallotta is said to be increasingly unhappy with the start to the season, putting Coach Eusebio Di Francesco under pressure.
Serie A returned with a bang after the international break, with several of the top teams dropping points.
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Eusebio Di Francesco confessed “the worst thing you can do is think you’re in control and not finish it off” after Roma’s 2-2 draw with Chievo.
Lorenzo D’Anna praised Chievo for “not losing our heads” at 2-0 down, as they fought back to hold Roma and very nearly won it.
Roma paid for complacency as they fumbled a 2-0 lead against struggling Chievo for a spectacular 2-2 draw at the Stadio Olimpico.
Roma director of sport Monchi backed Coach Eusebio Di Francesco and assured “this side was constructed to fight on all fronts.”
Chievo defender Federico Barba assured they are “here to get some points” off Roma at the Stadio Olimpico.
Juan Jesus wants his side to beat Chievo and “send a signal that the old Roma is back” after some stuttering performances.