PESCARA NEWS

Massimo Oddo left the Pescara bench today just 24 hours after the club announced he would remain in the job and wrote a moving farewell.
Despite announcing yesterday that he would stay, Pescara have confirmed the departure of Massimo Oddo.
Pescara have opted to confirm Massimo Oddo on the bench, after a “unanimous decision” by the board.
Pescara are reportedly weighing up veterans Luigi De Canio and Ivo Iaconi to replace Massimo Oddo, whose resignation remains unconfirmed.
Torino striker Juan Iturbe reportedly reacted angrily to not being brought on as a substitute at the weekend.
Pescara released a statement denying Coach Massimo Oddo has offered his resignation, but there will be a decision tomorrow.
It is reported that Massimo Oddo is this evening considering resigning as Pescara Coach.
Sinisa Mihajlovic says Torino are capable of doing anything, both in a positive and negative sense.
Pescara sporting director Luca Leone says the club need to reflect after their latest Serie A capitulation.
Torino took a commanding 5-0 lead over Pescara, but their now traditional mid-match nap allowed the Delfini to get three back.
Sinisa Mihajlovic denied tension within the Torino squad and promised they “will not underestimate” Pescara tomorrow.
Luca Toni and Verona President Maurizio Setti saw their car attacked by Avellino hooligans ahead of today’s Serie B game.
Lazio midfielder Marco Parolo confessed he grew up as a Milan supporter, but is determined to beat them on Monday night.
Marko Pjaca was preparing to come on during the win over Inter, but instead Dani Alves replaced the Swiss full-back.
Pescara President Daniele Sebastiani vows “at the end of the year I’ll leave the club” after two of his cars were set on fire.
Pescara President Daniele Sebastiani insists Massimo Oddo will remain as Coach for as long as he is in charge of the club.
Massimo Oddo insists his Pescara players remain behind him despite their seemingly hopeless position in Serie A.
Simone Inzaghi says he is lucky to coach his Lazio players after their 6-2 thrashing of Pescara.
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s eight Serie A games, including Milan-Sampdoria, Genoa-Sassuolo and the Derby d’Italia Juventus v Inter.
Marco Parolo scored an incredible four goals – three of them headers – as Lazio swept Pescara aside in a 6-2 thriller, including a parried penalty.