PALERMO NEWS

Gian Piero Gasperini and Mimmo Di Carlo admit Fabrizio Miccoli made the difference today.
Fabrizio Miccoli admits it was “one of my best days” at Palermo after a sensational hat-trick, including a volley from midfield.
Fabrizio Miccoli scored a sensational hat-trick – including a volley from midfield! – while Ederson got Lazio back on track, Torino and Pescara had shock away wins.
New CEO Pietro Lo Monaco explains why he’s at Palermo for the long-haul. “I invested 10 per cent of my wages into the club.”
Gian Piero Gasperini is confident the Palermo fans can help them recover against Chievo after a chaotic few days.
Chievo must take on Palermo on Sunday without star striker and captain Sergio Pellissier.
Chievo have lost four on the bounce, but director of sport Giovanni Sartori assures Coach “Mimmo Di Carlo is not up for debate.”
Director general Giorgio Perinetti has confirmed he is leaving Palermo after just three months. “Not everything can go well in life.”
With news Palermo have axed director Giorgio Perinetti as well, former Coach Giuseppe Sannino notes “we’re not the first, nor the last.”
Sporting director Giorgio Perinetti's exit from Palermo has apparently been confirmed after a meeting with new C.E.O Pietro Lo Monaco.
New Palermo C.E.O Pietro Lo Monaco has defended his decision to join the club in spite of his history with island rivals Catania.
Palermo owner Maurizio Zamparini has announced he is taking a back-seat at the club, with Pietro Lo Monaco becoming the new CEO.
Pescara celebrated their first win of the season with a Vladimir Weiss screamer after 10-man Palermo wasted numerous chances.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini has hinted he’s not done wielding the axe. “I’m changing the club from a coaching and also directorial sense.”
Gian Piero Gasperini is looking for his first Palermo points this afternoon against a Pescara side without a victory.
There could be more changes on the horizon at Palermo with reports that Pietro Lo Monaco will replace Giorgio Perinetti as general director.
Pescara Coach Giovanni Stroppa gives Palermo a lot of respect despite their difficulties. “They seem to be in better shape than their results suggest.”
Gian Piero Gasperini lost his Palermo debut and suggested the players “don’t look at the standings” ahead of tomorrow’s relegation tussle with Pescara.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini has warned Abel Hernandez to not waste his footballing potential.
Former Palermo boss Delio Rossi has told Rosanero fans that the side are unlikely to find themselves in the top 10 when the season ends.