UDINESE NEWS

The upcoming Serie A fixture changes for Weeks 27-29 and Coppa Italia semi-final dates have been announced.
Lazio smashed Sassuolo, Sampdoria turned things around to beat Atalanta, Cesena sank Udinese and Palermo-Empoli was inexplicably goal-less.
Join us to follow all the Sunday afternoon action as it happens with Sassuolo-Lazio, Palermo-Empoli, Atalanta-Sampdoria and Cesena-Udinese.
Mimmo Di Carlo told Cesena to push beyond their injury crisis against Udinese. “We must want the points more.”
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio said Parma will play against Genoa this weekend, but Mattia Cassani warned that’s not guaranteed.
Parma have not been liquidated, but the facts we do know show the Serie A club is in an extraordinary situation.
Parma youth team Coach Hernan Crespo reveals they were only able to play “thanks to a favour from the gardeners” and have no electricity.
Mayor of Parma Federico Pizzarotti “saw nothing reassuring” in the club’s financial status during a “heated” meeting.
Cesena President Giorgio Lugaresi slammed those who allowed Parma to collapse, warning of knock-on effects.
Parma’s game with Udinese has been called off because of the financial crisis, so what happens if the Ducali go bankrupt?
Andrea Stramaccioni and Antonio Di Natale are “disappointed” Udinese’s game with Parma has been called off.
Players’ Association President Damiano Tommasi reveals the Parma squad is “tense,” but they won’t spark administration yet.
Parma v Udinese has officially been called off for Sunday afternoon on the orders of the FIGC and local authorities.
Confusion surrounds this weekend's fixtures as Parma’s Mayor, Federico Pizzarotti refuses to confirm Parma-Udinese has been cancelled.
Parma’s crisis plunges the Serie A schedule into chaos, as Udinese confirm that Sunday’s game at Tardini is off.
Parma players inch closer to serving notice to the club as President Giampietro Manenti's payments are reported to have not yet arrived.
Parma’s match with Udinese on Sunday could reportedly go ahead behind closed doors, to save on stewarding costs.
Parma President Giampietro Manenti says the club will play its game with Udinese on Sunday, despite reports they can’t pay for stewards.
Parma’s financial crisis risks engulfing the rest of Serie A, with reports that Sunday’s game against Udinese is at risk.
Twelve players are suspended after Week 23, including Milan goalkeeper Diego Lopez and three Atalanta footballers, while Udinese are fined.