PALERMO NEWS

Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini insists “I didn’t make any allegation” against referees, but admits to being “jaded”.
With Napoli regaining second place from Roma it seems it will go down to the ultimate game to decide the second Champions League position as Dave Taylor selects his best XI from Week 37
The final round of the Serie A season will see four games on Saturday and the rest on Sunday.
Coach Paulo Sousa is not disappointed after Fiorentina-Palermo 0-0: 'Access to the Europa League is an important result for us'.
Davide Ballardini said Palermo are “united as a team” after clambering out of the relegation zone with a draw in Florence.
Frosinone are relegated and Sassuolo keep sixth place, but Palermo’s draw in Florence sees them climb out of the drop zone thanks to Carpi missing two penalties against nine-man Lazio.
Join us for all the action as it happens from today’s eight Serie A games, including Roma-Chievo, Verona-Juventus, Torino-Napoli and the Genoa Derby.
Fiorentina patron Andrea Della Valle had “a good chat” with Coach Paulo Sousa and assured “we never lost harmony.”
Paulo Sousa announced he is “happy to continue working with Fiorentina” next season after meeting Andrea Della Valle.
Palermo look to Alberto Gilardino against former club Fiorentina, confessed Coach Davide Ballardini. “It’s different for him.”
This “could well be” Manuel Pasqual’s last Fiorentina home match, confirmed President Mario Cognini.
Paulo Dybala compares Juventus’ season to the film ‘Gladiator’.
The changes to the final round of the Serie A season have been announced, as Juventus, Milan, Roma and Napoli play on Saturday.
Fiorentina defender Manuel Pasqual says “if I had my way I’d stay” but “I’m waiting for a signal that hasn’t come”.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero denies Coach Vincenzo Montella could move to the Azzurri: 'We'll hold on tight to him'.
Franco Vazquez expects a 'three-horse race' to remain in Serie A after Palermo beat Sampdoria 2-0.
Coach Vincenzo Montella admits the upcoming derby will be decisive to avoid relegation, after Palermo-Sampdoria 2-0.
Davide Ballardini said Palermo’s sudden turnaround was not just to their attitude, but “also good football. Onwards and upwards.”
Milan fought back from 3-1 down for a dramatic 3-3 draw with Frosinone, but Sassuolo leapfrog them into sixth place, while Palermo beat Sampdoria.
There was no Scudetto hangover for Juventus, who swept Carpi aside 2-0 with Hernanes and Simone Zaza goals.