After a lengthy absence, it’s time to get back to business. Continue reading
With a minute left before stoppage time and the prospect of extra time and penalties looming, Palermo needed to continue to press forward. Continue reading
The new Serie A season is about to start and Palermo is ready to move forward. Continue reading
The first official steps of the 2012-13 season got underway on Thursday when the majority of players in Rosanero appeared in Varese to sustain medical examinations and perform athletic performance tests. Continue reading
Only one game remains before the terrible 2011/12 season officially comes to a close. Continue reading
When the Rosanero take the field on Sunday afternoon, it will be the last home game for this disappointing 2011-12 season. Continue reading
From disappointing to disgraceful, the season of Palermo can be summed up in that short participial phrase. Continue reading
The last time these two teams played each other, it was the “Fog Bowl” that ended in a 0-0 draw. Continue reading
As most of you have probably heard by now, there hasn’t been any calcio his weekend because of the tragic death of Piermario Morosini. The talented 25-year old suffered a heart attack during Pescara-Livorno and passed away on the way to the hospital. Only a month after Fabrice Muamba only barely escaped the same fate, the death of Morosini is again showing why players need to be screened often.
So, as there was no Palermo-Parma, let’s try something new on UltraPalermo.com. Our Mailbag will present you with short news, rumors and trivia about Palermo and also gives you the chance to suggest some topics for us to give attention to. Because, after all, even we can forget to cover important topics! So, aside from this appeal for even more of your cooperation, these are the things that people talked about this weekend considering Palermo.
Hernandez stays until 2016
It seemed unclear if Abel Hernandez still had a future in Palermo after another season failing to become the player everybody expected him to be 2 years ago, but the Uruguayan extended his contract with the club until 2016. Big vote of confidence from the rosanero directors, making Abel a very happy man: ‘As I’ve said before, I feel great in Palermo and really wanted to stay. I’m very happy to have been given this extension and will do everything to make sure the teams finished before Catania this season.’
It’s always a good thing to see that people think about more than big transfers. Let’s just hope that with that extension finally comes an amazing season with a lot of goals.
Fosschi shines his light
Rino Fosschi, former rosanero DS and the man that brought Edinson Cavani to Palermo, has spoken about Cavani’s transfer to Napoli. Pretty strange, seeing as Cavani was sold to Napoli almost 2 season ago. Fosschi said he ‘finds it strange that Zamparini sold him to Napoli for 18 million, when Man City wanted to spend 22.’ Fosschi also mentions that Palermo initially were in South America for Pato, but the Brazilian was ‘too expensive’. Fosschi might have done wonders for this team, but I don’t see how these comments are relevant today. Maybe his job at Padova isn’t that exciting, after all.
We’ll end this first Mailbag with the biggest transfer rumor so far. Ahum. According to the ever-reliant Corriere dello Sport, both Roma and Milan are after Palermo’s CB Mattias Silvestre. Seems pretty unbelievable to see Silvestre leave after just one season. But hey, we all know how well Zampa negotiates with Milan during the last minutes of the summer mercato…
Gossip Steve out!
With only 7 matches left in the 2011-2012 Serie A season, Palermo are doing their utmost to finish in the worst league position since returning to Serie A. Continue reading