In a long championship, while winning at home is imperative, solid results on the road can be the catalyst for a successful campaign. Udinese’s incredible charge up the ladder in the second half of 2010/11 occurred with just two defeats away from the Stadio Friuli. Away consistency keeps the points tally ticking over. The dilemma of translating home supremacy on the road has been a major issue for both Palermo and Genoa this season.
New Cagliari signing Mauricio Pinilla says the Sardinian club has offered him a new motivation after a switch from Palermo.
The Rossoblu are in need of a goal-scorer after finishing the first half of the season with the equal-second worst record in front of goal, netting just 16 times.
Pinilla told Mediagol.it: “I must thank Cagliari, who were determined to get me and have demonstrated that they believe in me. I was in need of a new m...More
The president of the Italian coaches association Renzo Ulivieri recently spoke of his disgust at the lack of patience with Italian coaches, stating that ‘By the 11th round, six coaches had gone. Italian football is over-heated with no time for patience, especially with debut coaches.’ Does his statement hold water, or are there holes within his words?
First of all, the ‘one club per-season’ rule for coaches needs some explaining. If ...More
Salvatore Aronica’s agent says the player would like to remain at Napoli, amid interest from Palermo.
Alessandro Moggi has declared to SkySport24 Aronica feels settled at the Partenopei, despite attention from his home-town club.
“I heard the talk of Aronica to Palermo but notwithstanding the fact that is his city, he finds himself very well at Napoli. Aurelio De Laurentiis’ club is a great one and we remain in discussion to sign a co...More
Nearly eight months ago, Palermo took the pitch in front of 40,000 adoring fans with a Coppa Italia title on the line. The team had earned success with starlets such as Javier Pastore, Salvatore Sirigu and Antonio Nocerino bolstered by a group of veterans like Mattia Cassani, Cesare Bovo, Giulio Migliaccio and Fabrizio Miccoli all led by a respected and intelligent tactician in Delio Rossi. Despite losing the final, the Rosanero had a s...More
Abel Hernandez is set to agree a new contract with Palermo, according to Calciomercato.it.
His current contract is due to expire in 2012, and the Rosaneri are keen to avoid the prospect of losing a valuable player on a free transfer. If the new deal for he Argentine attacker goes through as planned, it will see him stay at the club for another five years, earning an estimated 900,000 euros per season, plus bonuses.
This news will al...More
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