PALERMO NEWS

There are reports that Palermo could recall Devis Mangia after Bortolo Mutti fell to a second consecutive defeat.
Domenico Di Carlo praised Chievo's aggression, though Bortolo Mutti blamed an icy pitch for Palermo's woes.
Fiorentina suffered a shock home defeat to Lecce, while Roberto Donadoni made a perfect Parma debut, but Chievo added to Palermo’s crisis.
Bortolo Mutti has had a very poor start to his Palermo career, but ordered them to “stop thinking about” the recent results when preparing to face Chievo.
Palermo have officially sold Cesare Bovo to Genoa, while Siena, Novara and Cesena also completed transfers.
Francesco Benussi has vowed to fight for a starting berth in Palermo’s goal, should the club not move him on this transfer window.
Fiorentina are still in the race to sign Angelo Palombo after the midfielder allegedly turned down a move to Palermo.
Emiliano Viviano has expressed his satisfaction after Palermo wrapped up a deal to take him to the Stadio Barbera.
Palermo have confirmed that they have done a deal for Italian international goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano.
President Maurizio Zamparini assures Palermo “will not go into Serie B while I’m here” as fans begin to protest.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini has already warned third Coach of the campaign Bortolo Mutti “he made mistakes I never want to see again.”
Confusion reigns this afternoon as Maurizio Zamparini claims Palermo have signed goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano whilst Genoa suggest otherwise.
Serie A side Palermo intend to keep hold of Mauricio Pinilla until at least the end of the present campaign.
Giulio Migliaccio has lamented the number of coaching changes at Palermo as creating an atmosphere of uncertainty at Palermo.
Palermo could offer Inter goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano the chance to win a place in Italy’s Euro 2012 squad.
Bortolo Mutti admits Napoli’s “second goal killed us” and explains his Palermo substitutions in tonight’s debacle.
Walter Mazzarri feels Napoli are finally on the right track in Serie A after nine goals in two games. “Now let’s keep going.”
Edinson Cavani admits he was “very moved” when his old Palermo fans applauded his sensational Napoli goal.
Goran Pandev, Edinson Cavani's stunner and Marek Hamsik gave Napoli a thumping 3-1 victory at sorry Palermo.
Palermo have thrown new buy Franco Vazquez into the starting XI as they welcome a reshuffled Napoli in the evening kick-off.