PARMA NEWS

Parma’s ownership saga rumbles on, as prospective new President Pietro Doca says he won’t attend a Press conference scheduled for tomorrow.
Former Napoli and Parma midfielder Raffaele Longo admits the Vesuviani are favourites tonight, but warns that they still lack balance.
Raffaele Palladino says Parma will fight for points against Napoli, as he assures that the Ducali can emerge from their difficult spell.
The situation with Parma’s ownership remains unclear, as Tommaso Ghirardi insists the sale of the Ducali has been completed.
Pietro Doca has cast doubt on the takeover of Parma, denying that any deal has been completed for the Ducali.
Roberto Donadoni admits a series of injuries are having a negative impact on his Parma side.
Parma Coach Roberto Donadoni believes that his side can compete with Napoli when the two sides meet tomorrow.
Rafa Benitez insists he’s keeping a cool head despite Napoli’s recent struggles, and shrugged off talk of a crisis.
Napoli and Parma have named their respective squads for the meeting between the two tomorrow night.
Torino President Urbano Cairo has ruled out a move for Sebastian Giovinco or Antonio Cassano in January.
Parma have revealed the identity of their new President, as it’s confirmed that Tommaso Ghirardi has sold the club.
Milan’s joint-CEO Adriano Galliani has revealed how Carlo Ancelotti came to San Siro - after being snatched from under Parma’s noses.
Parma President Tommaso Ghirardi's sale of Parma to a Russian-Cypriot conglomerate is to be formally announced today.
Zdenek Zeman admits Cagliari “are lacking something up front” after a 0-0 draw at bottom of the table Parma.
Roberto Donadoni promised Parma “will fight to the end” after scraping a 0-0 draw with Cagliari.
Luca Toni scored his 300th career goal to end Verona’s winless streak in Udine, while Parma and Cagliari shared the spoils.
Zdenek Zeman praised Parma star Antonio Cassano, but told reporters they “know nothing about football.”
Roberto Donadoni urged Parma to ignore the club takeover, focus on Cagliari and welcome back Gabriel Paletta.
Sinisa Mihajlovic said Sampdoria will be “the good, the bad and the ugly” when facing Juventus in a shoot-out.
Amid reports Sinisa Mihajlovic is vetoing Antonio Cassano at Sampdoria, the Parma striker could go to Torino.