PARMA NEWS

Raffaele Palladino has apologised to Parma Coach Franco Colomba for his furious reaction to a substitution.
Veteran Parma striker Hernan Crespo has confirmed that this will be his last campaign in Serie A.
Franco Colomba confirms he could freeze Raffaele Palladino out of the Parma squad after the forward reacted angrily to a substitution.
Davide Ballardini and Franco Colomba agree the draw was the right result in Sardinia.
There was a sensational and highly controversial four-goal thriller, as Milan and Bologna were furious at the referee, while Udinese went top.
Davide Ballardini believes he has the key to giving Cagliari victory against Parma: “Close down Sebastian Giovinco.”
Sebastian Giovinco has admitted that he hopes his performances at Parma will eventually earn him a move to a big club.
Sebastian Giovinco and Francesco Valiani hit the woodwork, but Parma couldn’t break down Palermo in the fog.
Devis Mangia insists he has “an excellent rapport” with Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini, but feels the pressure ahead of Parma tonight.
Parma have admitted that they would probably not be able to tempt Milan’s Pippo Inzaghi to join them in January.
Parma fell to a shock 2-0 home defeat against Verona, while Novara conquered Catania 3-2 in the Coppa Italia.
Parma have cooled reports that they could sign Angelo Palombo from Serie B side Sampdoria in January.
Attilio Tesser admired Novara's mental attitude, but Franco Colomba saw a naive Parma.
Novara fought back to beat Parma with a record-breaking goalscorer, while Catania snatched a last-gasp victory in Lecce.
Franco Colomba warns Parma not to consider a trip to struggling Novara “any easier than the other games.”
Franco Colomba credits Parma with determination and “our crown jewels” Sebastian Giovinco and Jonathan Biabiany to defeat Udinese.
Francesco Guidolin concedes he is “disappointed and bitter” after Udinese’s poor performance in Parma.
Franco Colomba tells Parma they have no reason to fear Serie A leaders Udinese. “We can cause them problems.”
Francesco Guidolin’s Udinese may be top of the table and face Parma on Sunday, but he feels “we struggle to get a run of consecutive wins.”
Parma have told Sebastian Giovinco to prove himself at the Stadio Tardini if he wants to succeed Alessandro Del Piero at Juventus.