TORINO NEWS

It’s a huge Serie A Sunday night with Sampdoria-Inter, Cesena-Roma, Lazio-Verona, Napoli-Atalanta and more.
Torino are without Alexander Farnerud for two weeks, while Giuseppe Vives also misses the trip to Parma.
Roberto Donadoni is “disgusted” by Parma’s bankruptcy and wants previous Presidents to join Giampietro Manenti in prison.
Parma administrators say the team should see out the Serie A season and potential new owners can bid from May.
Parma captain Alessandro Lucarelli assures that they will play on Sunday against Torino, despite the club being declared bankrupt.
Kamil Glik said Torino and their fans should be “proud” of their Europa League campaign after going out to Zenit.
Giampiero Ventura felt Torino were “on a par” with Zenit, but the first leg dismissal proved decisive.
Zenit Coach Andre Villas Boas apologised after a row with the Torino team manager. “I lost my head.”
Kamil Glik gave Torino a late 1-0 victory over Zenit, but it wasn’t enough to keep their Europa League adventure alive.
Torino have a mountain to climb against Zenit, but have shown before they can upset the Europa League odds.
Antonio Mirante said Parma might not play Torino after the club was declared bankrupt. “It depends on the administrator.”
Parma have officially been declared bankrupt, and will have to be funded by the Lega Serie A to finish the season.
Parma midfielder Daniele Galloppa warns that the players cannot guarantee they’ll play against Torino on Sunday.
Torino Coach Giampiero Ventura says his team want to 'do something important' ahead of tomorrow's game against Zenit St Petersburg.
Alessandro Gazzi makes Torino's squad against Zenit St Petersburg, but the team is still not full-strength.
Giampiero Ventura believes Torino did all they could against “form team Lazio” and looks ahead to Zenit.
Stefano Pioli said Lazio have developed a “winning mentality” after conquering Torino 2-0 to go third.
Felipe Anderson said Lazio “can aim higher” than third place after beating Torino and confirmed a contract renewal is imminent.
Felipe Anderson bagged a splendid brace to give Lazio their fifth consecutive victory, conquering Torino 2-0 and going three points clear in third place.
Lazio have the chance to go clear in third place, but face a tricky trip to unpredictable Torino.