Bailiffs were at Parma’s training ground today to seize assets including another vehicle and medical equipment.
The club is on the verge of bankruptcy and nobody has been paid since July 2014.
The Italian Government had already confiscated several vehicles in last week’s raid on the Collecchio training ground.
Today the bailiffs returned and came away with a vehicle belonging to the medical staff, plus medical and gym equipment worth €500,000.
Meanwhile, the local council released a statement denying they had received any message from President Giampietro Manenti on the cancelled game with Udinese.
“We wrote to the authorities on Friday afternoon, saying at 5:30 pm the game could be played in an open stadium,” claimed Manenti.
“We'd been saying that since Wednesday, but I don't think there are any clairvoyants here.”
This evening it was announced that Manenti – who is refusing to hand over the books or start bankruptcy proceedings – will have a meeting with Mayor of Parma Pizzarotti on Wednesday at 13.30 GMT.
Roberto Donadoni’s planned Press conference for tomorrow has also been cancelled.
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