NEWS
Thursday March 28 2013
Palermo survival bonus doubled

Palermo chief Maurizio Zamparini has decided to double the bonus that his players will get if they avoid relegation.

The Rosanero chief had put aside a total of €1.6m which would be split between the squad if they maintained their Serie A status.

However, with just nine games left this term, Tuttosport claim that he’s now increased that figure to €3.2m.

The Sicilian giants are joint bottom of the table and five points adrift of calmer waters. They entertain Roma this weekend.

They haven’t won in the top flight for 15 games.

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