PARMA NEWS

Parma are in the Europa League after a 2-0 win over Livorno and Alessio Cerci’s last-gasp saved Torino penalty in Florence.
Parma still have a good chance of leapfrogging Torino for a Europa League spot, but must beat Livorno first.
Tonight the final Europa League place will be assigned to Torino, Parma, Milan or Verona.
Roberto Donadoni warned Parma “have just one option: victory” against Livorno for a Europa League spot.
Atalanta Coach Stefano Colantuono is rumoured to be Parma’s first choice option to replace Roberto Donadoni this summer.
Parma have released a statement expressing their ‘extreme confidence’ they will be allowed to play in Europe next season, should they qualify.
West Ham have reportedly set their sights on Italy midfield starlet Lorenzo Crisetig, owned by Inter and Parma.
Oscar Tabarez has today named Uruguay’s provisional World Cup squad of 25 players, including five Serie A names.
Torino’s Emiliano Moretti admits he has some regrets over his side’s 1-1 draw with Parma yesterday.
Milan goalkeeper Christian Abbiati is hoping for a ‘miracle’ that would see his side qualify for the Europa League.
Parma’s European ambitions are still alive, but Roberto Donadoni refused to commit his future amid Milan links.
Giampiero Ventura admits Torino have “regrets” that they fumbled a lead against Parma in the Euro showdown.
Torino, Parma, Milan and Verona are still in the running for the final Europa League qualification spot.
Livorno, Catania and Bologna are all relegated, while a Torino-Parma dramatic draw leaves sixth place up for grabs.
Torino-Parma is a direct head-to-head for Europe as Ciro Immobile and Alessio Cerci face Antonio Cassano.
Roberto Donadoni insists Parma are “going to Torino in order to win” in this Europa League play-off.
Torino captain Kamil Glik says his team will be 90 per cent assured of a Europa League place if they beat Parma on Sunday.
There are six clubs fighting for two remaining Europa League spots in a four-point radius, so it’ll go down to the wire.
Parma C.E.O. Pietro Leonardi believes his side can beat Torino on Sunday, saying the Granata are not Bayern Munich or Real Madrid.
Parma President Tommaso Ghirardi is becoming irritated by the wait for his side to play Torino this weekend.