ATALANTA NEWS

Roberto Donadoni warns Parma “have been scarred” by their financial crisis as they return against Atalanta. “We are not robots.”
Parma captain Alessandro Lucarelli wants their crisis to be used as a “guarantee this never happens again.”
Parma-Atalanta will be played as scheduled this weekend, following a vote taken by the Ducali’s players.
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio confirms he’s on his way to meet the Parma players, to put forward ‘reasonable’ proposals.
Parma have announced they have reached an agreement with stewards to provide security for Sunday’s game with Atalanta.
Parma President Giampietro Manenti insists it’s ‘certain’ they'll play on Sunday, and denies he paid €1 for the club.
Liverpool have reportedly given up on Fiorentina’s Norberto Neto and turn to Atalanta goalkeeper Marco Sportiello.
Parma will receive funding from their kit sponsor to play the next two fixtures, but it’s still not certain they’ll go ahead.
Edy Reja says he ‘couldn’t say no’ to Atalanta, and insists they’re better than their position would suggest.
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio and the Mayor of Parma set out a “plan” to get the team playing this weekend.
Atalanta have sacked Coach Stefano Colantuono, who will be replaced by former Napoli and Lazio Coach Edy Reja.
Damiano Tommasi, President of the Italian players’ union, the AIC, says that Parma’s players ‘hope’ to play against Atalanta.
Vasilis Torosidis’ suspension after a red card in Roma’s clash with Juventus has been confirmed by the Lega Serie A.
Stefano Colantuono felt Atalanta were “hit hard psychologically” by Sampdoria’s equaliser and went on to lose.
Sampdoria Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic said Luis Muriel “reminds me of Ronaldo” after victory against Atalanta.
The upcoming Serie A fixture changes for Weeks 27-29 and Coppa Italia semi-final dates have been announced.
Lazio smashed Sassuolo, Sampdoria turned things around to beat Atalanta, Cesena sank Udinese and Palermo-Empoli was inexplicably goal-less.
Join us to follow all the Sunday afternoon action as it happens with Sassuolo-Lazio, Palermo-Empoli, Atalanta-Sampdoria and Cesena-Udinese.
Sinisa Mihajlovic confirms a new Sampdoria trident of Samuel Eto’o, Luis Muriel and Stefano Okaka against Atalanta.
Serie A will be on UK television until at least 2018, as BT Sport announces it has renewed its broadcast deal.