PARMA NEWS

Antonio Cassano says a return to Bari is ‘difficult’, despite the fact that he loves the club and city.
Parma midfielder Massimo Gobbi reveals that a formal notice for unpaid wages has been prepared, but players expect to be paid.
Parma have announced they will hold a Press conference today, with an update expected on the club’s future.
Roma’s Victor Ibarbo says his recovery is progressing well, and calls on fans to back the team.
Damiano Tommasi, President of the Italian footballer’s union the AIC calls the situation at Parma ‘very worrying’ and it's 'difficult' to see debts being settled.
Cristian Zaccardo says he was previously ‘never given a chance’ at Milan, but hopes to help them up the table now.
Gervinho reportedly cancels his return flight from the Ivory Coast after a family bereavement, and may not be back for Roma's next game.
Parma captain Alessandro Lucarelli has faith in the new owners, but admits players “felt abandoned.”
Rolando Maran believes Chievo’s victory over Parma can remove “anxiety” after three consecutive defeats.
Roberto Donadoni criticised the referee after defeat to Chievo and slammed those doubting the new Parma owners.
Chievo got three potentially decisive points and sent 10-man Parma closer to relegation with a 1-0 result at the Tardini.
The all-new Parma host Chievo in a relegation dogfight that was snowed off on Sunday.
New Parma President Giampietro Manenti admits that they are in a 'race against time' to settle the club’s debts.
Parma's debts, to be settled by the new ownership, are reported by the Gazzzetta dello Sport to stand at €96m.
Giuseppe Rossi assures his “passion” is undimmed by injuries, but the Fiorentina striker is sad at Parma’s predicament.
Torino “could renew” Coach Giampiero Ventura’s contract, but are “absolutely not” interested in Antonio Cassano.
Chievo Coach Rolando Maran warned his men that bottom club Parma “have quality” ahead of tomorrow’s match.
Roberto Donadoni named his Parma squad for tomorrow’s rescheduled relegation showdown with Chievo.
Parma Coach Roberto Donadoni says there is more optimism around the club following a takeover by new owners.
Parma's new President Giampietro Manenti says that work on repaying debts will start 'tomorrow', but the atmosphere is 'good'.