PALERMO NEWS

Fiorentina are hoping to sign on-loan Emiliano Viviano outright at the end of the season, but they want a discount from Palermo.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini has conceded that he was wrong to sack Giuseppe Sannino earlier in the season.
Delio Rossi apologised after this poor performance, but Giuseppe Sannino demanded more focus.
Josip Ilicic inspired Palermo’s shock victory away to Sampdoria, but Parma held Siena, Cagliari stalled Catania and Antonio Di Natale sank Chievo.
Palermo’s hopes of safety have been revived after beating Roma, but Giuseppe Sannino insists “the Sword of Damocles” still hangs over them ahead of a clash with Sampdoria.
Nenad Krsticic has joined the injury list, leaving Sampdoria with problems in midfield against Palermo.
Delio Rossi admits it will feel a little strange when Sampdoria take on his old Palermo side, potentially pushing them towards relegation.
Palermo midfielder Massimo Donati has claimed that his side are in 'very bad water' as they sit on the brink of relegation.
Palermo chief Maurizio Zamparini has admitted that he expects the club to be relegated to Serie B.
Palermo will make no decision about the future of Josip Ilicic until the season has come to an end.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini believes that the club's next two games could decide whether or not they stay in Serie A.
Former Sampdoria sporting director Pasquale Sensibile expects the port club to make a summer bid for Josip Ilicic.
Palermo lifted themselves off the foot of the table by beating Roma, but President Maurizio Zamparini warns “there’s a long road to safety.”
Giuseppe Sannino said Palermo must believe in safety, as Aurelio Andreazzoli admits Roma deserved defeat.
Roma were pummelled in Palermo and Fiorentina fell in Cagliari, while Lazio completed a great comeback, the Genoa-Siena relegation dogfight was all square and Amauri scored a peach of a goal.
Palermo dragged themselves off the foot of the table after a shock 2-0 victory over Roma.
Roma aim to continue climbing up the table with Francesco Totti marking his 20th Serie A anniversary and could put the final nail in Palermo’s coffin.
Giuseppe Sannino prepares to face Roma and concedes he “did not expect Palermo to be so far down the table” when he returned.
Roma boss Aurelio Andreazzoli insists his outfit will respect Palermo on Saturday despite the latter’s struggles.
Abel Hernandez says he is ready to stay at Palermo even if the club are relegated to Serie B.