PARMA NEWS

Former Parma striker Faustino Asprilla says he’s working with other players to try and save his old club.
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio says ownership rules for Italian clubs could be changed in light of the crisis at Parma.
Inter sporting director Piero Ausilio says he’s working to build a team which can compete for the Scudetto ‘as soon as possible’.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta insisted Roma are as likely to win as “a provincial side starving for points.”
Antonio Cassano reveals what he’ll “never forgive myself for,” turning down Juventus four times and his future.
The mayor of Parma has described Giampietro Manenti as ‘not credible’, and claims several parties are interested in taking over.
Alessandro Lucarelli fears Parma are ‘doomed’ and hits out at Cesena President Giorgio Lugarese for saying he wouldn’t help save them.
Parma President Giampietro Manenti insists the club will not go bankrupt, and promises wages by Wednesday.
Parma captain Alessandro Lucarelli slams the FIGC and Carlo Tavecchio, saying that regulations aren’t sufficient to protect clubs.
President Giampietro Manenti has for the first time declared himself “open to selling” Parma.
The upcoming Serie A fixture changes for Weeks 27-29 and Coppa Italia semi-final dates have been announced.
Join us to follow all the Sunday afternoon action as it happens with Sassuolo-Lazio, Palermo-Empoli, Atalanta-Sampdoria and Cesena-Udinese.
Parma’s financial crisis drags on and the Stadio Tardini even had its electricity cut off over unpaid bills.
Parma President Giampietro Manenti hit back at the Mayor and insists “the money will arrive early next week.”
Dias Felipe gets his first call-up for Inter’s game against Fiorentina tomorrow evening.
Parma Mayor Federico Pizzarotti declared current club President Giampietro Manenti “doesn’t have a Euro to his name.”
There are reports Parma President Giampietro Manenti’s car was seized over €1,900 of unpaid fines.
Parma captain Alessandro Lucarelli pinned the blame on previous owners and authorities. “We are fighting for football.”
Parma Coach Roberto Donadoni explained why they’re not playing this weekend. “We have to act as club owners.”
Parma mayor Federico Pizzarotti says the city's stadium should be barred for President Giampietro Manenti, but not for the players or the supporters.