PARMA NEWS

Parma defender Fabiano Santacroce warns there is ‘no guarantee’ they will play Sunday’s game at Genoa.
Alessandro Lucarelli reveals that Morgan De Sanctis is the only player to personally express support for Parma.
Parma captain Alessandro Lucarelli warns that ownership rules need to change, or other clubs could go the way of the Ducali.
Parma players offered to “pay our own costs to play games,” but only if the employees are protected, while another plan is destined to fail.
Daniele Galloppa said Parma “aren’t holding any hope” President Giampietro Manenti can save the club.
Alessandro Lucarelli said Parma “felt abandoned” by authorities during the financial crisis and the future is in doubt.
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio said Parma will play against Genoa this weekend, but Mattia Cassani warned that’s not guaranteed.
Gianfranco Zola said the only difference between Cagliari and Inter was “they took more of their chances.”
Bailiffs were at Parma’s training ground today to seize assets including another vehicle and medical equipment.
President Giampietro Manenti says he won't leave Parma, and that Sunday's game against Udinese should not have been cancelled.
Former President Tommaso Ghirardi blames Parma's breakdown on provisional owner Rezart Taci, alleging that he did not follow up financial guarantees.
Mayor Federico Pizzarotti blames the FIGC for the Parma crisis as President Carlo Tavecchio promises the club will play the rest of the season.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero invites his Serie A counterparts to join in an effort to save Parma's ‘heroes’.
Parma captain Alessandro Lucarelli vents his frustration, saying President Giampietro Manenti made false promises.
Cesena boss Mimmo Di Carlo mocked the late Milan penalty and believed the Sea Horses deserved a lot more.
Mayor of Parma Federico Pizzarotti warned the situation with President Giampietro Manenti is “beyond repair.”
Parma captain Alessandro Lucarelli said players are prepared to “walk out,” revealed broken promises, but won’t abandon the club.
The Federation is hatching a plan to save Parma by loaning the beleagured club €5m to finish the season.
Former President Tommaso Ghirardi is “pained” by Parma’s current predicament, but denies he drove the club into debt.
Parma have not been liquidated, but the facts we do know show the Serie A club is in an extraordinary situation.