PALERMO NEWS

Palermo shot-stopper Emiliano Viviano has hinted that he would be happy to return to Inter this summer.
Palermo Vice-President Guglielmo Micciche has praised the ability of Serie A bosses Giuseppe Sannino and Roberto Donadoni.
Maurizio Zamparini has reportedly decided that Siena’s Giuseppe Sannino is his ideal candidate, but the Coach may prefer Genoa this summer.
Former Palermo director Rino Foschi has admitted that they beat competition from Juventus, Fiorentina and Real Madrid to sign Edinson Cavani in 2007.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini has dismissed suggestions that the amount of games played in Italy was a factor in the death of Piermario Morosini.
South American talent Paulo Dybala “is wanted by Palermo, but we are waiting for a counter-offer from Inter and Juventus.”
Abel Hernandez has officially committed himself to Palermo by signing a new contract extension.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini has criticised the decision to suspend all football in Italy this weekend after the death of Piermario Morosini.
Maurizio Zamparini has laughed off suggestions that Palermo are looking to bring in former Roma, Juventus and England Coach Fabio Capello.
Napoli fell to a third straight defeat and Roma left it late against Udinese. Lecce shocked Catania’s makeshift goalkeeper, so Genoa slide closer to the drop zone.
Fiorentina hope to build on their shock San Siro triumph when taking on Palermo, but Fabrizio Miccoli is on the bench.
Palermo’s Emiliano Viviano is the best Italian goalkeeper there is behind Gigi Buffon of Juventus, says Giovanni Galli.
Delio Rossi has urged the fans to “support Fiorentina” against Palermo, as even victory over Milan so far isn’t enough to make home games less hostile.
Palermo expect Fiorentina to take up their option to sign Mattia Cassani outright once his loan deal expires.
Ahead of facing them as Palermo’s goalkeeper, Emiliano Viviano has spoken of supporting Fiorentina, but reassured that it is not a compromising position.
Has the Italian League increased its otherwise perceived lack of faith in younger players? One report in Italy argues not quite.
Bortolo Mutti applauds a decimated Palermo’s efforts against Juventus, especially Milan Milanovic, who played on with a fractured nose.
Antonio Conte prefers “to lead because that way you depend on nobody except yourself,” and told Juventus they must work hard to stay top of Serie A.
Leonardo Bonucci says Juventus are top of the table now and “we want to hold on tight. It’s a dream and we live it with the dagger between our teeth.”
Juventus dominated against a decimated Palermo and the 2-0 victory puts them top of the Serie A table on Easter weekend!