PALERMO NEWS

Coach Vincenzo Montella admits the upcoming derby will be decisive to avoid relegation, after Palermo-Sampdoria 2-0.
Davide Ballardini said Palermo’s sudden turnaround was not just to their attitude, but “also good football. Onwards and upwards.”
Milan fought back from 3-1 down for a dramatic 3-3 draw with Frosinone, but Sassuolo leapfrog them into sixth place, while Palermo beat Sampdoria.
There was no Scudetto hangover for Juventus, who swept Carpi aside 2-0 with Hernanes and Simone Zaza goals.
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s six Serie A games, including Juventus-Carpi, Milan-Frosinone and Lazio-Inter.
Paulo Dybala admits he’d love to “become a monument at Juventus for 20 years” and win the Ballon d’Or, but leaves the 10 to Paul Pogba.
Vincenzo Montella wants Sampdoria fired up against Palermo and leaves the door open for a potential Italy call.
Paulo Dybala said his first glorious season at Juventus “was exactly what I expected. I always knew we’d win and this way was even more exciting.”
Roberto Stellone insists Milan “will not face a depressed Frosinone,” as they want to fight for safety at San Siro.
President Maurizio Zamparini may sell Palermo and buy Serie B club Modena, say reports.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini was fined and suspended for making offensive remarks about FIFA President Gianni Infantino.
Roma have reportedly told Chelsea they must pay €40m for Radja Nainggolan, with PSG’s Adrien Rabiot a possible replacement.
Carpi President Stefano Bonacini hit back at Maurizio Zamparini for claiming referees are trying to relegate Palermo.
Alejandro Gomez and Levan Mchedlidze are given three-match bans, while Miralem Pjanic is suspended for Genoa-Roma.
After an exciting weekend when Roma scored a last minute goal against Napoli to hand Juventus the title Dave Taylor selects his best X1 from Week 35.
Maurizio Zamparini continues his attack on referees - “I fear they want to send Palermo to Serie B.”
Maurizio Zamparini declares Palermo’s “fight to avoid relegation was conditioned directly by the referee” in yesterday’s Carpi-Empoli match.
Empoli Coach Marco Giampaolo felt the red card was “forced” and Carpi’s win “should anger the teams fighting against relegation.”
Fabrizio Castori concedes 10-man Empoli “proved to be very tough,” but Carpi feel confident they can stay in Serie A.
Kevin Lasagna’s late volley gave Carpi the precious three points, but Empoli were controversially down to 10 men for over an hour.