PALERMO NEWS

Fabrizio Miccoli, Josip Ilicic and Diego Fabbrini lead Palermo’s attack in a relegation dogfight with on-form Genoa.
Alberto Malesani has pleaded for Palermo fans to support the team against Genoa tonight, as he takes on the club that fired him twice last season.
Genoa Coach Davide Ballardini faces his Palermo past and a relegation dogfight this evening. “We must earn our safety day by day.”
Palermo striker Abel Hernandez has returned to training for the first time since his cruciate ligament rupture in October.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini has rejected the idea that captain Fabrizio Miccoli will leave the club at the end of the season.
Eugenio Corini was pleased with the point after an uphill struggle, while Alberto Malesani is now more optimistic.
Palermo picked up a 1-1 draw away to Chievo, as Cyril Thereau’s penalty cancelled out a Mauro Formica strike.
Stefano Sorrentino returns to face his former club, as do Alberto Malesani and Eugenio Corini, in today’s Chievo-Palermo match.
Alberto Malesani faces his former club Chievo today and hopes to find light at the end of the Palermo tunnel. “Safety is possible.”
Chievo Coach Eugenio Corini welcomes his former club today and admits “I left my heart in Palermo.”
The agent of Palermo’s Diego Fabbrini believes that his client deserves to be recalled to the Italian Under-21 set-up.
Alberto Malesani still believes in Palermo's chances, but Cristiano Bergodi smiles at the point.
Palermo had to fight back for a point against Pescara on Alberto Malesani’s debut, Udinese beat Torino and there were draws in Bologna and Bergamo.
Palermo are finally able to count on Mauricio Sperduti against Pescara tomorrow after his international transfer came through.
Alberto Malesani makes his Palermo debut in a relegation dogfight with Pescara tomorrow and warned his players “must adapt” to their third Coach of the season.
Atalanta’s new signing Franco Brienza has blasted ex-Palermo general manager Pietro Lo Monaco. “He forced me and others to leave.”
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini had a typically fiery interview. “I will never forgive Gian Piero Gasperini and Pietro Lo Monaco.”
Alberto Malesani reveals why he accepted the Palermo job and concedes the angry fan protest “was normal” in the circumstances.
Sacked Palermo Coach Gian Piero Gasperini admits he is “angry, bitter and let down” after being replaced by Alberto Malesani.
President Maurizio Zamparini is prepared for Palermo’s potential relegation after hiring their third Coach. “If we go down, we’ll get back up.”