PARMA NEWS

Max Allegri revamps Juventus against Antonio Cassano’s Parma, adopting a Christmas Tree formation.
Andrea Pirlo has been ruled out of Juventus-Parma on Sunday, leaving Max Allegri with few options.
Roberto Donadoni feels Paolo De Ceglie set the path for Parma against Juventus. “Everyone in the team can score.”
Max Allegri said Juventus will stick with the four-man defence against Parma and a trident attack “is possible.”
Carlos Tevez could be handed a role behind the strikers should Massimiliano Allegri stick with his 4-3-1-2 system for the visit of Parma.
Kwadwo Asamoah will be out of action for two weeks after playing through a knee injury, confirmed Juventus.
Parma striker Massimo Coda has been ruled out for a month, but he’s still relieved as it could’ve been much worse.
Following another exciting weekend that saw Juventus grab back top spot Dave Taylor picks his best XI from Serie A’s Week 10.
Ricky Saponara could be set to leave Milan for pastures new in the next transfer market window, with Parma and Fiorentina linked.
Antonio Cassano and his wife relished their revenge over Walter Mazzarri after Parma beat Inter 2-0.
Walter Mazzarri hit out angrily at fans calling for Roberto Mancini to take over at Inter after a 2-0 defeat to Parma.
Walter Mazzarri looked to the Inter injury crisis after defeat to Parma, but confessed they “stall when it’s time to change gear.”
Roberto Donadoni praised Parma’s victory over Inter and admitted Paolo De Ceglie “hadn’t even scored two in training!”
Paolo De Ceglie scored the first brace of his career to give bottom club Parma a shock 2-0 win over Inter.
Inter seek a third consecutive victory against Antonio Cassano’s Parma, who are on six straight defeats.
Parma announced they will take their appeal to the European Court of Human Rights after their spot was handed to Torino.
Parma are facing the possibility of a points penalty this season due to late tax payments, which already lost them Europe.
Roberto Donadoni has emphasised the importance of Parma’s home matches in their bid to climb up the table.
Inter have named a 22-man squad for their Serie A trip to Parma on Saturday, with a number of first-team names still absent.
Roberto Donadoni has brushed off speculation regarding his future at Parma and allayed fears about off-field issues affecting the squad.