PALERMO NEWS

Francesco Guidolin believes Udinese deserved their point in Palermo, but admits he “got the first half team selection wrong.”
Gabriel Torje wiped out a Fabrizio Miccoli strike for Udinese’s 1-1 draw in Sicily, but Palermo were furious with the referee.
Udinese have Antonio Di Natale against Palermo’s Fabrizio Miccoli, as the Rosanero try to avenge a 7-0 defeat.
Bortolo Mutti warns Palermo they must “play to win” when Udinese come to torn on Saturday evening, trying to forget their 7-0 defeat.
Francesco Guidolin admits it is a special game, but the Udinese Coach puts “personal” issues to one side when facing his former club Palermo.
Udinese hope for another magnificent seven at Palermo in Week 29, whilst the relegation battle boasts more than one crucial six-pointer.
There will be two options for Federico Balzaretti in the summer – to stay at Palermo or join Paris Saint-Germain.
Palermo have revealed that Italian giants Inter are in total control of Emiliano Viviano’s future.
The agent of Emiliano Viviano is confident that Inter will want to take him back to San Siro ahead of the 2012-13 campaign.
Maurizio Zamparini has distanced himself from rumours linking Palermo with Edy Reja, but has opened the door to Siena’s Giuseppe Sannino.
Palermo reportedly have two options to replace Bortolo Mutti at the end of the season – Edy Reja and Giuseppe Sannino.
Fiorentina’s Alessio Cerci and Nicolas Bertolo of Palermo have been handed three-match bans following their dismissals at the weekend.
Maurizio Zamparini will fine Nicolas Bertolo for his sending off but suggests that attention should also be on Gennaro Delvecchio’s role in the pair’s clash.
Former Milan and Italy defender Christian Panucci is to return to football after being handed a role by Palermo.
Whilst Palermo have the second best home record in Italy, numbers are suggesting that they are the worst travellers in Europe.
Serse Cosmi saw the red card as a decisive moment for Lecce, while Bortolo Mutti takes a Palermo point.
Today’s results affect the drop zone, as Novara suck Siena back down, Lecce-Palermo was a thriller in the sign of red cards and Bologna fought back to hold Chievo.
Both Lecce and Palermo shared the spoils after going down to 10 men in the first half of this chaotic encounter.
Serse Cosmi takes on Palermo, the team he managed for a month last season, and feels Lecce can fight back to avoid relegation.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini prepares to face Lecce and admits he “made a mistake” sacking Delio Rossi for Serse Cosmi.