PARMA NEWS

Antonio Conte will reportedly ask Franco Vazquez, Jose Mauri and Gianluca Gaudino to play for Italy.
Lazio have numerous absentees for the trip to Parma, including Antonio Candreva, Ederson and Michael Ciani.
Stefano Pioli admits the Miroslav Klose-Filip Djordjevic partnership is “an option” as Lazio take on Parma.
There are reports Patrice Evra could return to Manchester United, so Juventus bring back Paolo De Ceglie from Parma.
Gabriel Paletta’s agent says the defender will leave Parma either in January or this summer.
Amid reports Hernan Crespo is ready to replace Roberto Donadoni, captain Alessandro Lucarelli insists Parma “aren’t dead yet.”
Beppe Iachini is confident “Paulo Dybala can become a champion” after scoring in Palermo’s 2-1 win over Parma.
Parma Coach Roberto Donadoni accused Palermo forward Paulo Dybala of “unsporting behaviour.”
Fiorentina thrashed Cagliari 4-0 and Genoa climbed into third, but Palermo sank Parma and Atalanta stalled Empoli.
Sampdoria forward Stefano Okaka almost gave up on football, thanked Antonio Cassano, would only play for Italy and transforms into “a beast” on the field.
The Lega Serie A have banned Atalanta’s Richmond Boakye for two games, and handed one game suspensions to five others.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero isn’t ruling out a return to the club for Antonio Cassano, and reveals Stefano Okaka’s asking price.
Empoli got their second consecutive victory, but Maurizio Sarri warned “there’s a long road to safety.”
Roberto Donadoni insists “nobody is giving up at Parma, especially not me” after a 2-0 home defeat to Empoli.
Fiorentina conquered Verona at the Bentegodi, Antonio Di Natale made history, Empoli added to Parma’s misery and Cesena stalled Sampdoria.
Roberto Donadoni urged Parma to focus on Empoli and not their financial problems. “Our only objective is to win.”
Parma President Tommaso Ghirardi apologised to fans for the points penalty, but promised “we’ll be out of this situation by February.”
Parma players released a statement reassuring fans after news the club will be docked points for financial irregularities.
Antonio Cassano's long-held ambitions to return to Sampdoria may find an unexpected antagonist in current Blucerchiati Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic.
Parma released a statement confirming they will be docked points for financial instability and explained how they missed deadlines.