PARMA NEWS

FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio warns the postponement of Sunday’s game is the ‘last lifeline’ for crisis-hit Parma.
The FIGC has given the go-ahead for Parma’s match at Genoa on Sunday to be postponed, so the Ducali are not yet doomed.
Giampietro Manenti has arrived for his meeting with the mayor of Parma, and the Ducali President insists he has money to pay wages.
Parma Coach Roberto Donadoni and captain Alessandro Lucarelli will hold a Press conference at Collecchio tomorrow, the club has announced.
Milan Coach Filippo Inzaghi denies reports of a bust-up with Alessio Cerci, and says the club is ready to help save Parma.
Parma captain Alessandro Lucarelli has announced that he and his teammates will not play this weekend’s game against Genoa.
Inter have officially completed the signing of former Parma defender Dias Felipe on a free transfer.
Ghirardi sold the club to the Albanian oil tycoon in December, before the club was then sold on again to Giampietro Manenti for just €1 in February.
Torino President Urbano Cairo thought back to “10 years ago after bankruptcy” after eliminating Athletic Bilbao.
The AIC (Players’ Association) announced they will start Serie A games 15 minutes late in solidarity with Parma.
Inter director Piero Ausilio confirmed Mauro Icardi “could” sign a contract renewal tomorrow along with new buy Dias Felipe.
Parma President Giampietro Manenti says there was ‘no time’ to do due diligence before taking over and admits he didn’t know the size of the debt.
Parma President Giampietro Manenti says the club does not want any help from their fellow Serie A sides.
Cesena President Giorgio Lugaresi says his club will not be part of any effort to save crisis-hit Parma.
Parma’s players have still not decided whether or not they will play this Sunday’s game at Genoa, Zouhair Feddal reveals.
Parma team manager Sandro Melli says the club is ‘like the Titanic’ and reveals problems stretch back further than this season.
The due diligence process into Parma's debts is 50 per cent complete, says the accountant behind President Giampietro Manenti.
Parma President Giampietro Manenti insists the game against Genoa will take place as the player's transport is allegedly paid for.
Parma’s financial woes mean that even Roberto Donadoni's bench is up for sale, according to reports.
Parma President Giampietro Manenti insists that the game at Genoa on Sunday will go ahead, and hits out at the old regime.