PARMA NEWS

Pietro Leonardi has admitted that his transmission of ‘negativity’ into Parma’s psyche is to blame for their slow start to the season.
Italy have confirmed that they will play Albania, most likely at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris, on November 18, just two days after facing Croatia.
Carlo Tavecchio says Italy will play their November friendly with Albania at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris to support victims of the recent floods in Genoa.
Roberto Donadoni warned Parma can only turn a corner after “shaking off psychological problems.”
Tommaso Ghirardi has said that ‘now is not the time to despair’ at Parma, despite their difficult start to the season.
Roberto Donadoni warned Parma “need to roll our sleeves up” after a last-gasp defeat to 10-man Genoa.
Lazio saw off Sassuolo in a thriller with five goals and two red cards, Genoa snatched victory at Parma, Cesena held Udinese so Sampdoria go third.
Gian Piero Gasperini insists the Genoa derby “is behind us and we are ready to resume” against Parma today.
Parma are reportedly readying themselves to enter into negotiations with Jose Mauri over improving and extending his current contract.
Former Parma, Juventus and Bologna striker Marco Di Vaio has announced that he will retire from playing at the end of this month.
Jose Mauri has considered his breakthrough at Parma, advice from Antonio Cassano and has laughed off early links to Juventus.
Italy will reportedly play Albania on November 18, two days after taking on Croatia at San Siro.
Jose Mauri’s rise through the ranks at Parma reportedly has Juventus tracking him, as the player reflects on his future: “We’ll see.”
Sampdoria director Carlo Osti admits “there will always be talk of Antonio Cassano’s return as long as he is playing.”
The Lega Serie A handed Cristian Zapata, Yuto Nagatomo and Afriyie Acquah one-game suspensions.
Massimo Ferrero has reflected on his post-Derby della Lanterna celebrations and hinted at a future move for Antonio Cassano.
Roberto Donadoni believes carelessness was to blame for Parma’s 4-2 defeat at Udinese on Monday.
Antonio Di Natale shrugged off concerns over his fitness after he scored twice in Udinese’s 4-2 win against Parma on Monday.
An Orestis Karnezis and Antonio Di Natale-inspired Udinese successfully put 10-man Parma to the sword on Monday evening.
Udinese welcome back Antonio Di Natale to their starting XI for tonight’s visit of Parma, as Andrea Stramaccioni sticks with a back four.