Milan had a better result though as they managed to earn a point against inform Catania, while the Biancocelesti were pummeled by Parma at Ennio Tardini, opening the third place chase alive again at the moment.
Ac Milan continue their Scudetto campaign with another important three points on the weekend after beating Parma 2-0 in a pretty tricky situation as the match didn’t really looked that comfortable for Milan.
However, the champions mentality looked really attached already with the Rossoneri as despite some scares that the Ducali provided, Massimiliano Allegri’s team still ends up as the winner with goals from Zlatan Ihrahimovic and Urby Emanuelson.
Lazio continue their woeful form after getting themselves battered by Palermo 5-1 in Serie A making lives obviously difficult for them although Edy Reja’s team still maintain the third place spot after their rival, Udinese, only managed a draw against Cagliari.
After Alessandro Del Piero is pretty much set to leave the Serie A permanently next season, another top player in the competition might follow the Juventus talisman’s road, that player is Parma’s Hernan Crespo.
Unlike Del Piero, whose future was revealed by Juve’s president, Crespo revealed his plan to leave Italy himself by stating that he plans to play to look for a new experience in a different level from Serie A.
Serie A Saturday fixtures yesterday left a bitter experience for two Serie A top teams, Inter Milan and Napoli, as both picked up a defeat while in the other hand, Ac Milan revived themselves by getting a convincing victory.
The Nerazzurri didn’t share the same result as their their city rival this weekend after being pinned back by Catania 2-1, while Napoli surprisingly were beaten by struggling Parma at San Paolo. Milan, who looked to finally found their best suited formation trashed Palermo 3-0 in San Siro, with former Rossanero man, Antonio Nocerino played an important part.
Sebastian Giovinco has been having a revelation since his move from Juventus to Parma as the attacking midfielder gets consistent call up from Cesare Prandelli to fill a spot in the national team.
Despite having a great time with the Gialloblu, there’s a recent advice from Prandelli that it might be better for Giovinco to return and play again with the Turin giant as playing with bigger club would mature the youngster even more.
The uncertainty of Juventus’ young talent, Sebastian Giovinco’s, future might finally reach an end after the latest report in Italy suggested that the former Italy u-21 player will be joining Parma soon.
The 24-years-old player who has voiced out his disappointment of failing to get decent playing time last season apparently is not included on Luigi Del Neri’s tactical set up for the upcoming season.
The new Juve coach is planning to play with a classic 4-4-2 formation that emphasize the attack from wide players which doesn’t really suit Giovinco’s characteristic.
Having been in the mix of transfer rumors lately, finally the future is clear for Ac Milan’s young striker Alberto Paloschi, as the news from Italy reveals that he will keep his status as a co-owned player and playing for Parma next season. Paloschi who has been in a co-ownership contract since two season ago hasn’t really had a great year at the Tardini club because of injuries that was caused by his fast height growth.