PARMA NEWS

Hernan Crespo played for both Inter and Parma, so admits today’s clash is special. “Only great players make the difference at San Siro.”
Parma Coach Roberto D’Aversa is confident they can “compete with everyone, including Inter” once they whittle down the errors.
Parma are looking to make history against Inter, having only ever beaten them once at San Siro.
After Italy’s disappointing showings over the international break, Serie A returns for Week 4 of the season.
Sime Vrsaljko is in Inter’s squad for their Serie A visit of Parma on Saturday, but injury rules out Lautaro Martinez.
Luciano Spalletti believes Radja Nainggolan can ‘make the difference’ for Inter if he ‘improves’ and confirms the door is open for Joao Mario.
The referees for Week 4 of Serie A have been announced, with Michael Fabbri assigned to Napoli-Fiorentina.
Former Inter striker Adriano calls the current side “stratospheric”, and sees Coach Luciano Spalletti as “the right man” for the job.
Parma have released veteran defender Valerio Di Cesare, who is likely to rejoin Bari in Serie D.
Sime Vrsaljko admits he needs “to talk to Inter and the doctors, as it’s a problem I had at the World Cup and have to resolve.”
Bad news for Inter, as Sime Vrsaljko limped off just 19 minutes into Croatia’s Nations League match against Spain.
Inter confirm Lautaro Martinez is likely to miss this weekend’s Serie A game with Parma due to an injury.
A Sporting CP presidential candidate claims Claudio Marchisio ‘would already be at the club’ if he was elected sooner, while Claudio Ranieri ‘promised the title’.
Parma sporting director Daniele Faggiano notes they “almost stopped Juventus” on Saturday night.
Serie A has announced the dates and times for weeks 4-16 of the season, with a ‘Super Saturday’ on September 29.
Cristiano Ronaldo has still not scored a Serie A goal for Juventus and ended the game with Parma sporting a black eye.
Parma Coach Roberto D’Aversa explains why he substituted Gervinho in tonight’s 2-1 defeat to Juventus. “I can’t let him get injured.”
Blaise Matuidi assured Juventus “can be competitive on all fronts” after a 2-1 win at Parma and will help Cristiano Ronaldo break his Serie A duck.
Max Allegri felt Juventus earned “a deserved victory, but we have a lot more work to do” after their 2-1 result away to Parma.
Mario Mandzukic scored one and set up another for Blaise Matuidi, as Juventus scraped victory in Parma despite Gervinho’s goal.