PARMA NEWS

Inter director Piero Ausilio warns “we are evaluating who is worthy of wearing this jersey” after a 1-1 draw with Parma.
Roberto Donadoni believes Parma deserved to beat Inter at San Siro rather than just draw 1-1.
Inter director Piero Ausilio said the team’s day off was cancelled “because they rested” against Parma.
Roberto Mancini said he must “take responsibility for this situation” after Inter’s 1-1 draw with Parma.
Inter were pegged back by bottom club Parma and Lazio won their seventh in a row at Cagliari, but Cesena fought back from 3-0 down to hold Verona 3-3.
Inter are in dire need of morale-boosting points and welcome bottom of the table Parma, who won’t go without a fight.
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Roberto Donadoni asks Parma for “intensity and a victory” against Inter, while welcoming Demetrio Albertini.
Inter named their squad to face Parma tomorrow afternoon, as Yuto Nagatomo returns and Mauro Icardi is out.
Demetrio Albertini has discussed his role at Parma, after coming on board as a football advisor for the club’s administrators.
Roberto Mancini insists his Inter side is still aiming for the Europa League - ‘we’re becoming a team’.
Parma have announced that there is a ‘common desire’ for the club to continue in Serie B after meeting with the FIGC.
Gabriel Paletta said Parma chiefs lied to him constantly and it was “obvious it would end” with bankruptcy.
Antonio Cassano admits ‘I miss football’ after leaving Parma, and says he didn’t join Bari for ‘family reasons’.
Tommaso Ghirardi misled FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio over the financial situation at Parma, the latter has revealed.
Parma defender Mattia Cassani says Fiorentina must 'pose no limits' to their ambition, and praises Mohamed Salah's contribution.
Former Juventus and Fiorentina striker Valeri Bojinov insists he and his Bulgaria teammates will play Italy ‘without fear’.
Parma captain Alessandro Lucarelli says he’ll retire if he can’t stay with the club beyond this season.
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio hailed the “epoch-making reforms” that should prevent another Parma scenario.
Alessandro Lucarelli said “the first battle is won” after the FIGC passed the laws Parma wanted to avoid future cases.