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Parma captain Alessandro Lucarelli said players are prepared to “walk out,” revealed broken promises, but won’t abandon the club.
Palermo boss Beppe Iachini beat Napoli last week and now seeks revenge against Lazio, but defends captain Edgar Barreto.
Luca Toni relishes his “leadership” role for Verona ahead of today’s clash with his former club Roma.
Yaya Toure’s agent denies he wants to join Inter, insisting he’d gladly “finish his playing career with Manchester City.”
The Federation is hatching a plan to save Parma by loaning the beleagured club €5m to finish the season.
Former President Tommaso Ghirardi is “pained” by Parma’s current predicament, but denies he drove the club into debt.
The pressure is on Roma to win at Verona and Milan against Cesena, while Lazio-Palermo and Fiorentina-Torino are Euro battles.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
The Derby della Lanterna between Sampdoria and Genoa will now be played on Tuesday February 24.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi wants the derby to be played on Monday, but Sampdoria prefer March 3 or 11.
Parma have not been liquidated, but the facts we do know show the Serie A club is in an extraordinary situation.
The Derby della Lanterna has been rained off after the Stadio Ferraris pitch was waterlogged.
There are remarkable reports Parma President Giampietro Manenti’s company emptied their bank accounts on Thursday.
Javier Zanetti revealed Dani Osvaldo tried to attack Inter Coach Roberto Mancini and warned Mauro Icardi to “respect the fans.”
Sampdoria and Genoa are having great seasons and go head-to-head in tonight’s Derby della Lanterna grudge match.
Join us to follow all the action from the fiery Derby della Lanterna between Sampdoria and Genoa!
Vincenzo Montella said Torino represent “the most complicated game” for Fiorentina to focus on ahead of Tottenham.
Parma youth team Coach Hernan Crespo reveals they were only able to play “thanks to a favour from the gardeners” and have no electricity.
Stefano Pioli told Lazio that they expect “a huge test” against Palermo and won’t rule out a Scudetto push in future.
Douglas Maicon is still out of action for Roma’s trip to Hellas Verona.
Bologna won at Cittadella to close on leaders Carpi, while Frosinone and Spezia won dramatic five-goal thrillers.
Alex is already in the Milan squad to face Cesena just days after undergoing surgery for a broken nose.
Mimmo Di Carlo’s Cesena held Juventus 2-2 last week and he’s confident they can get points off Milan too.
Lazio are without Felipe Anderson and Dusan Basta for tomorrow’s game with Palermo.
Dani Osvaldo insists the row with Mauro Icardi “was not the reason” he left Inter, but is glad to be at Boca Juniors.
There are reports Parma director Pietro Leonardi has moved from hospital to receive treatment for depression.
Rudi Garcia insists his rapport with Roma players “has not changed” and tried to boost confidence in Verona.
Fiorentina striker Khouma Babacar was stopped by police last night and charged with driving without a valid licence.
Pippo Inzaghi denied a change of tactics as Milan prepare to host Cesena. “I hope this is the turning point.”
Rafa Benitez outlined Napoli versatility against Sassuolo, hinted at dropping Rafael and asked for patience on his future.
Samuel Eto’o has shaken off a muscular problem and is available for Sampdoria in tonight’s Genoa Derby.
Mayor of Parma Federico Pizzarotti “saw nothing reassuring” in the club’s financial status during a “heated” meeting.
Giovanni Trapattoni is in the running to take over as Coach of African side Senegal.
Simone Zaza “can get better,” assured the Sassuolo striker’s agent ahead of the match with Napoli.
Lukas Podolski is adapting to life with Inter and warns “it could all be over in two years. I don’t do this for money.”

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