PARMA NEWS

Italian papers claim Cesare Prandelli is drawing up a Plan B for the World Cup without Mario Balotelli.
Parma are without the suspended Gabriel Paletta for Sunday’s game in Cagliari.
Roberto Donadoni warned Parma’s trip to Cagliari “is like a Cup Final” for their European ambitions.
Parma midfielder Walter Gargano has insisted that his side will ‘give everything’ to get into next season’s Europa League.
The refereeing allocations for Week 35 of the Serie A season have been announced.
Sampdoria forward Stefano Okaka has thanked Blucerchiati Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic for persuading him to join the club.
Roma will make a move for Parma defender Gabriel Paletta during the off-season, it has been claimed this afternoon.
Cesare Prandelli and his Italy staff will today reportedly evaluate the results from the physical tests carried out on 42 players at Coverciano last week.
Fabio Cannavaro says he wants to one day return to his homeland in order to coach a Serie A team.
Sepp Blatter has made clear his position on the continued debate of further help for referees with television replays.
Roberto Donadoni felt Parma’s 2-0 defeat to Inter was “undeserved” after a penalty save and red card.
Walter Mazzarri insisted “it’s too early to talk about Europe” after Inter beat Parma to consolidate fifth place.
Inter consolidated fifth place by beating 10-man Parma 2-0 at the Tardini after Antonio Cassano’s penalty was saved.
Mauro Tassotti warned Milan “must take advantage” of this round when Europa League rivals go head-to-head.
Cesare Prandelli is in Parma to watch Antonio Cassano today, waits for Giuseppe Rossi and backed the Code of Ethics.
Antonio Cassano is back to face his former club as Parma host Inter in a play-off for the Europa League.
Inter cannot count on Jonathan or Ricky Alvarez for their European head-to-head with Parma today.
Antonio Cassano is back in the Parma squad to face his former club Inter this afternoon.
Inter defender Rolando says he wants to stay with the club beyond the end of his current loan deal, which ends at the end of the season.
Rodrigo Palacio concedes that Inter’s inconsistency has been the difference between the Nerazzurri and the teams above them this season.