PALERMO NEWS

Juventus put four past Palermo to go nine points clear, Fiorentina beat comical Sassuolo and Frosinone flew out of the relegation zone with victory at Verona.
There are fears for Claudio Marchisio’s season and Euro 2016 after the Juventus midfielder was stretchered off.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta warned Palermo are “a test to be overcome and a step towards the Scudetto.”
Juventus have Paulo Dybala back against his former club and the chance to go nine points clear, but Palermo ‘re-debut’ under Davide Ballardini.
Join us for a packed day of seven Serie A games, including Atalanta-Roma, Fiorentina-Sassuolo, Juventus-Palermo, Lazio-Empoli and Sampdoria-Milan.
Simone Inzaghi admits to feeling “emotional” about his Olimpico debut as Lazio Coach against Empoli.
Paulo Dybala and Sami Khedira are back in the squad as Juventus host Palermo on Sunday afternoon.
Max Allegri tells Juventus to learn from Barcelona as they host Palermo. “A week ago they were Liga and Champions League favourites…”
Davide Ballardini is back on the Palermo bench and wants “a team that will attack Juventus” on Sunday.
Roberto Stellone warned Frosinone “cannot make any more mistakes” if they are to stay in Serie A, but have “problems” against Verona.
Juan Cuadrado feels the secret to Juventus success is “it’s like a family here and Gigi Buffon is one of the best in the world.”
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini discusses Stefano Sorrentino and Davide Ballardini - “they don’t love each other…”
Walter Novellino insists Maurizio Zamparini “is doing everything to save Palermo”.
Maurizio Zamparini says Palermo’s poor season is down to “the changes of Coach I had to make”.
Sinisa Mihajlovic wished Cristian Brocchi the best at Milan and said Maurizio Zamparini “is one of the few Presidents who actually understands football.”
Paulo Dybala took part in the entire session at Juventus training today, as he continues his recovery.
Paulo Dybala has returned to Juventus training, as he recovers from a calf injury.
Palermo have been given a one-game stadium ban after crowd trouble in the defeat to Lazio.
Walter Novellino admits it’s “a big disappointment” to be sacked by Palermo after four games in charge.
Walter Novellino was sacked yesterday, after just four games in charge of the Rosanero, the latest in a series of changes.