PALERMO NEWS

Juventus striker Paulo Dybala admits he has ‘a lot of things to improve’ about his game.
Alberto Gilardino reveals he wants to score his 200th Serie A goal during his time with Palermo.
New Roma signing Emerson Palmieri says his goal is to help the team, and doesn’t fear competition.
Juventus reportedly bid €17m for Franco Vazquez this summer, before the arrival of Hernanes.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini tells Juventus to ‘believe’ in Paulo Dybala.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini can’t understand why Franco Vazquez doesn’t play for Italy more often, comparing him to Roberto Baggio.
Bulgaria and Palermo midfielder Ivalyo Chochev was disappointed with defeat, but experienced a “special night.”
Alberto Gilardino says he signed for Palermo with an eye to regaining the national team: 'Of course that's what I'm thinking about'.
Daniele De Rossi is the player with the biggest wages in Serie A, as overall club spending increased by €33m this summer.
Palermo midfielder Ivaylo Chochev is playing for Bulgaria against Italy at the Stadio Barbera. “It’s my second home.”
The Italy squad arrived late in Palermo and Antonio Conte is keeping his team to face Bulgaria under wraps.
There are conflicting reports over whether Italy will use 4-3-3 or 3-5-2 against Bulgaria, with Andrea Pirlo in doubt.
New signing Oscar Hiljemark is delighted at Palermo's two consecutive victories and praises Alberto Gilardino: 'His quality on the pitch is beyond discussion'.
Italy face Bulgaria in their Euro 2016 qualifier and are expected to make at least five changes from the side that beat Malta.
Palermo midfielder Luca Rigoni is 'still hopeful' for a spot with the national team, whilst discussing Coach Giuseppe Iachini.
It’s reported Italy will use Graziano Pellè, Antonio Candreva, Marco Verratti and Andrea Pirlo against Malta tomorrow.
Juventus goalkeeper Rubinho received a two-match ban, while Patrice Evra and Palermo’s Aljaz Struna are also suspended.
The kick-off times for Serie A fixtures from Week 3 to 17 are confirmed, going all the way up to December.
With Chievo at the top and Juve at the bottom after week two, the Serie A table has an unusual appearance as Dave Taylor selects his top XI.
Stevan Jovetic rescued Inter at the death again, while Torino’s comeback crushed Fiorentina and Chievo humiliated Lazio 4-0.