PALERMO NEWS

Empoli Coach Giovanni Martusciello tried to focus on the positive after a 1-1 home draw with Pescara extended their winless run to 10 games.
Suso and Gustavo Gomez are back in the squad as Milan host Palermo, but there’s still a lengthy injury list.
Palermo Coach Diego Lopez assures “nobody here has given up” on Serie A safety ahead of their trip to Milan, especially with Alessandro Diamanti back.
Vincenzo Montella wants Milan focused on beating Palermo and ignoring rumours over his future. “I hope to continue, but it depends on many situations.”
Palermo have won their appeal to have Alessandro Diamanti’s two-match ban revoked, so he is available against Milan.
Massimiliano Irrati will referee Lazio-Napoli, as the officials are announced for Week 31 of Serie A.
Suso is expected to return to training with his Milan teammates tomorrow, after a muscular injury.
Massimo Rastelli insists Cagliari fully deserved their 3-1 victory away to Palermo. “We were the only team playing in the second half.”
Diego Lopez admits Palermo had a “psychological collapse” after wasting another lead for their 3-1 home defeat to Cagliari.
Palermo once again fumbled a lead and are surely heading for Serie B now, as Cagliari fought back to conquer the Stadio Barbera.
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s seven Serie A games, including Torino-Udinese, Pescara-Milan, Fiorentina-Bologna and the epic grudge match Napoli-Juventus.
Diego Lopez says Palermo need real men for their match against Cagliari and admits his team are running out of time.
The referees for Week 30 of Serie A have been announced, with Daniele Orsato assigned to Napoli-Juventus.
Maurizio Zamparini admits he could “return to football” but it wouldn’t be with Palermo.
New Palermo President Paul Baccaglini hopes to complete the purchase by April 30, and jokes about signing Neymar.
Fiorentina are said to be looking at Atalanta and Italy striker Andrea Petagna.
The Albanian football federation have released a public apology and banned the fan group that forced their World Cup qualifier with Italy to be suspended.
Palermo President Paul Baccaglini has assured that the sceptics of his takeover will turn into believers.
A 10-year-old Udinese fan had his Emil Hallfredsson jersey stolen, so the midfielder has pledged to replace it in person.
Palermo’s Alessandro Diamanti has been given a two-match ban for his red card against Udinese this weekend.