PESCARA NEWS

Pescara-based politician Antonio Razzi has urged Roma captain Francesco Totti to come and play for the Delfini.
It is announced that Pescara's Ahmad Benali will receive a three-match ban, while Inter's Geoffrey Kondogbia will miss his side's next two games.
The FIGC could face retrospective action for its handling of racist insults directed at Sulley Muntari, reports the BBC.
Marco Verratti says he would like to return to play in Italy one day but adds he is happy at Paris Saint-Germain.
The changes to the Serie A schedule for Week 37 have been confirmed, including Napoli-Fiorentina and Lazio-Inter.
Pescara midfielder Sulley Muntari claims he would walk off the pitch “again and again” as “racism is everywhere and getting worse.”
Zdenek Zeman laments Pescara's inability to score goals after their 1-0 defeat to Crotone.
Davide Nicola says Crotone will not give up until the end after their 1-0 win over Pescara.
Aleksandar Tonev’s stunning long-range strike gave Crotone the victory away to Pescara and still some hope of Serie A safety.
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s eight Serie A games, including Lazio-Sampdoria, Genoa-Inter, Sassuolo-Fiorentina and tonight’s Milan-Roma showdown.
Sulley Muntari explained the child racially abusing him “was so pure, he didn’t even know what he said. The referee didn’t have the balls to stop play.”
Davide Nicola calls for Crotone to 'fight in order to keep their dream alive' when they face Pescara today.
Zdenek Zeman says Sulley Muntari's decision to walk off the field after suffering racial abuse was 'a necessary act.'
Pescara midfielder Sulley Muntari felt “angry and isolated. I was being treated like a criminal. How could I be punished when I was the victim of racism?”
Vincenzo Montella admits Milan find it “easier to prepare” for Roma and Atalanta than Empoli or Crotone, as he takes on his past.
The FIGC’s appeals court has overturned Sulley Muntari’s one-match ban, so he’ll be available for Pescara this weekend.
Bologna midfielder Godfred Donsah confirmed he is “100 per cent” ready to go on strike if Sulley Muntari’s yellow card for protesting racist abuse is not revoked.
Sulley Muntari refused to accept a satirical award after he was racially abused by fans and Pescara Coach Zdenek Zeman noted “he’s the only one who had to pay.”
Cagliari President Tommaso Giulini apologised to Pescara midfielder Sulley Muntari and condemned racist abuse from fans.
Pescara released a statement standing by Sulley Muntari to “send a strong signal against racism, whether it’s done by one or 100 people.”