PARMA NEWS

City mayor Federico Pizzarotti suggests a reform of football should start from Parma, and says rules in football 'are changing'.
Italian Football Federation President Carlo Tavecchio says a fund of €5m is 'approved' to save Parma from bankruptcy.
President of the Footballers' Union Damiano Tommasi says Parma players are 'not satisfied' in spite of agreeing to play on Sunday.
Parma-Atalanta will be played as scheduled this weekend, following a vote taken by the Ducali’s players.
Maurizio Beretta says Parma will be supported by the Lega Serie A and 'there will be no problems' for their next two games.
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio confirms he’s on his way to meet the Parma players, to put forward ‘reasonable’ proposals.
The voting has been revealed for the Lega Serie A’s plan to bail out Parma, with Cesena the only club voting against.
The Lega Serie A has agreed a deal to fund Parma until the end of the season, with clubs said to be shelling out €5m.
Empoli President Fabrizio Corsi hints at disagreement over whether to bail out Parma - ‘I think it will go to a vote’.
Parma have announced they have reached an agreement with stewards to provide security for Sunday’s game with Atalanta.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini was typically blunt as he arrived at the Lega Serie A meeting - ‘we never find solutions’.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi has arrived at the meeting of the Lega Serie A, and blasts Parma’s Giampietro Manenti.
Parma President Giampietro Manenti insists it’s ‘certain’ they'll play on Sunday, and denies he paid €1 for the club.
Milan could look to exploit the crisis at Parma by bringing Jose Mauri to San Siro, according to reports.
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio will meet with the Parma squad and the AIC while a meeting of the Lega Serie A will take place.
While Sky Sport Italia demand Parma play their Serie A games, the auction of club assets was a total failure.
Parma will receive funding from their kit sponsor to play the next two fixtures, but it’s still not certain they’ll go ahead.
Edy Reja says he ‘couldn’t say no’ to Atalanta, and insists they’re better than their position would suggest.
One of the estimated 250 players to have passed through Parma since Tommaso Ghirardi took over says he never even went to the training ground.
The details of Carlo Tavecchio’s ‘plan’ to save Parma have been revealed, but it may prove difficult to implement.