PARMA NEWS

Mayor Federico Pizzarotti says he hopes that Sunday’s draw with Atalanta marks Giampietro Manenti’s last home match as Parma President.
Inter CEO Michael Bolingbroke hints that they could move out of San Siro if Milan’s stadium plans fall through.
Parma captain Alessandro Lucarelli says the club’s players did not play for money on Sunday, but rather to try to protect staff.
Edy Reja said Atalanta have “psychological issues” after their goalless draw with bottom club Parma.
Roberto Donadoni hailed Parma’s positive return with a point against Atalanta, but “it’s a paradoxical situation.”
Parma captain Alessandro Lucarelli admits he “missed football” and thanked fans for their support after a draw with Atalanta.
Roma’s draw at Chievo was overshadowed by Federico Mattiello’s horrific injury, Udinese ended Torino’s 12-game unbeaten run, Empoli held Genoa and Parma blocked Atalanta.
Follow all the action as it happens in Chievo-Roma, Empoli-Genoa, Udinese-Torino and the return of Parma against Atalanta.
Parma team manager Alessandro Melli launched a scathing attack on ex-club owners for “ruining hundreds of lives. SHAME ON YOU.”
Edy Reja is ready for his Atalanta debut against Parma, but is concerned the atmosphere around this game is dangerous.
Roberto Donadoni warns Parma “have been scarred” by their financial crisis as they return against Atalanta. “We are not robots.”
Parma captain Alessandro Lucarelli wants their crisis to be used as a “guarantee this never happens again.”
Parma captain Alessandro Lucarelli says he's 'not satisfied' after today's meetings and demands more solid 'guarantees'.
City mayor Federico Pizzarotti suggests a reform of football should start from Parma, and says rules in football 'are changing'.
Italian Football Federation President Carlo Tavecchio says a fund of €5m is 'approved' to save Parma from bankruptcy.
President of the Footballers' Union Damiano Tommasi says Parma players are 'not satisfied' in spite of agreeing to play on Sunday.
Parma-Atalanta will be played as scheduled this weekend, following a vote taken by the Ducali’s players.
Maurizio Beretta says Parma will be supported by the Lega Serie A and 'there will be no problems' for their next two games.
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio confirms he’s on his way to meet the Parma players, to put forward ‘reasonable’ proposals.
The voting has been revealed for the Lega Serie A’s plan to bail out Parma, with Cesena the only club voting against.