MILAN - Sampdoria lost 1-0 at Serie A
strugglers Parma in foggy conditions on Thursday when they again
missed the guile of banished forward Antonio Cassano.
Bulgarian striker Valeri Bojinov made light of poor
visibility to score six minutes from time to lift Parma off the
The win eased the pressure on Parma coach Pasquale Marino,
who had been warned about deteriorating results by the club
Seventh-placed Sampdoria have scored just once in four games
since talisman Cassano was suspended by the club for swearing at
president Riccardo Garrone and refusing to attend an awards
The Italy forward, who had seemed to have repaired his
bad-boy image, has since apologised several times.
An arbitration panel, which is also reviewing Cagliari's
decision to drop their unsettled Italy goalkeeper Federico
Marchetti, is due to rule on whether Cassano's suspension is
lawful or his contract void.
Goran Pandev was dropped by Lazio last season after asking
for a transfer but won his arbitration hearing and moved to
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