PARMA NEWS

Fixture changes in Serie A have been announced for this month and next as Juventus host Milan early evening on Saturday April 6.
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from Empoli-Parma, Milan v Sassuolo and the spectacular Derby della Capitale between Lazio and Roma.
Empoli Coach Beppe Iachini had “huge regrets” after a 3-3 draw with Parma, as “there are always distractions and you pay for those in Serie A.”
Parma took the lead three times at the Stadio Castellani, but on every occasion Empoli clawed them back in a 3-3 thriller.
Empoli have Ismael Bennacer back to support Diego Farias and Francesco Caputo, while Parma still cannot count on Alessandro Bastoni.
Empoli Coach Beppe Iachini is concerned by the Parma prowess on counter-attacks, “so we must read the situations well.”
Roberto De Zerbi insists Sassuolo’s campaign is being underrated ahead of their trip to San Siro, but wants them to learn from Milan’s fighting spirit.
Claudio Ranieri graciously wished good luck to Fulham successor Scott Parker but blamed his dismissal on ‘unbelievable’ bad luck.
Roberto D’Aversa is pinning his hopes on new boys Nicolas Schiappacasse and Gabriel Brazao, who are free to make their first starts for Parma.
Serie A has announced that all of this weekend’s matches will pay tribute to Davide Astori.
Fulham have officially sacked Claudio Ranieri after just three wins in 17 games at the helm.
Former Milan and Italy striker Alberto Gilardino has been promoted to the role of head Coach by Serie D side Rezzato.
The referees for Serie A Week 26 are announced as Paolo Mazzoleni is given the Derby della Capitale and Napoli-Juventus is entrusted to Gianluca Rocchi.
Fulham are reportedly set to sack Coach Claudio Ranieri after another poor result in the Premier League on Wednesday.
Lazio’s Serie A match against Udinese has officially been rescheduled for April, while two other games have been given new kick-off times.
Giuseppe Rossi is on his way to the US but reportedly for a trial with Los Angeles FC – not LA Galaxy.
Carlo Ancelotti confirms he told Arkadiusz Milik to take that cheeky free kick, but claims the only difference this time was Napoli took their chances.
Napoli striker Arkadiusz Milik reveals Carlo Ancelotti told him to fire the free kick under the wall in the 4-0 win over Parma.
Join us for the build-up and action as it happens from today’s Serie A games, including Bologna-Juventus, Parma-Napoli and Fiorentina-Inter.
Arkadiusz Milik bagged a brace, including a free kick fired under the wall, with Piotr Zielinski and Adam Ounas also on target as Napoli pummelled Parma 4-0.