Parma President Giampietro Manenti says there was ‘no time’ to do due diligence before taking over and admits he didn’t know the size of the debt.
Parma President Giampietro Manenti says the club does not want any help from their fellow Serie A sides.
Cesena President Giorgio Lugaresi says his club will not be part of any effort to save crisis-hit Parma.
Parma’s players have still not decided whether or not they will play this Sunday’s game at Genoa, Zouhair Feddal reveals.
Parma team manager Sandro Melli says the club is ‘like the Titanic’ and reveals problems stretch back further than this season.
The due diligence process into Parma's debts is 50 per cent complete, says the accountant behind President Giampietro Manenti.
Parma President Giampietro Manenti insists the game against Genoa will take place as the player's transport is allegedly paid for.
Parma’s financial woes mean that even Roberto Donadoni's bench is up for sale, according to reports.
Parma President Giampietro Manenti insists that the game at Genoa on Sunday will go ahead, and hits out at the old regime.
It’s reported that several of Parma’s players have run out of patience, and will serve notice on the club over unpaid wages.
A meeting between the mayor of Parma, and the President of the town’s football club has been delayed until Friday.
It’s reported Parma President Giampietro Manenti won’t meet the Mayor and bankruptcy tribunal tomorrow either.
There are more problems at Parma with the club shop closing and computers confiscated.
Inter will only sign Dias Felipe if they progress in the Europa League against Celtic on Thursday, according to reports.
Former Parma Coach Nevio Scala has expressed his ‘disbelief and disgust’ at the situation which leaves the club on the verge of bankruptcy.
Parma defender Fabiano Santacroce warns there is ‘no guarantee’ they will play Sunday’s game at Genoa.
Alessandro Lucarelli reveals that Morgan De Sanctis is the only player to personally express support for Parma.
Parma captain Alessandro Lucarelli warns that ownership rules need to change, or other clubs could go the way of the Ducali.
Parma players offered to “pay our own costs to play games,” but only if the employees are protected, while another plan is destined to fail.
Daniele Galloppa said Parma “aren’t holding any hope” President Giampietro Manenti can save the club.