2010–11 U.S. Città di Palermo season

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U.S. Città di Palermo
2010–11 season
Chairman Maurizio Zamparini
Head coach Delio Rossi (until Week 27)
Serse Cosmi (from Week 28 to 31)
Delio Rossi (from Week 32)
Serie A 7th
UEFA Europa League Group stage
Coppa Italia Runners-up
Home colours
Away colours
Third colours

U.S. Città di Palermo played the 2010–11 season in Serie A, the seventh consecutive season for the Sicilian club in the Italian top flight since their return to the league in 2004.

Review and events[edit]

US Palermo lineup in a UEFA Europa League game against PFC CSKA Moscow.
Delio Rossi, the head coach of Palermo until Week 27 and from Week 32.
Serse Cosmi was appointed the head coach following Delio Rossi's dismissal, only for 4 Weeks.

Long-time Palermo players Fábio Simplício and Mark Bresciano left the rosanero by 30 June after failing to agree for a contract extension with the club. On 29 May 2010 Legea was announced as Palermo's new teamwear sponsor, taking over such duties from Lotto Sport Italia.[1] The club also announced on June 2010 a one-year agreement extension with main sponsor Eurobet.[2]

The first high-profile move from Palermo was completed on 11 June, when the club announced the signing of Chilean prolific striker Mauricio Pinilla from Grosseto.[3] The move was followed by the signing of experienced Siena forward Massimo Maccarone days later.[4]

On 6 July it was confirmed the appointment of 38-year-old former player Giovanni Tedesco as the club's new team manager.[5] On 7 July Palermo also announced the signing of Polish international defender Kamil Glik.[6]

On 8 July, Palermo announced to have sold Danish international centre-back Simon Kjær to 1. Bundesliga club VfL Wolfsburg.[7] Four days later, the club confirmed to have signed Italy U-20 international Matteo Darmian from AC Milan in a co-ownership bid.[8]

On 16 July Palermo announced the signing of Argentine full-back Santiago García from Rosario Central.[9] The next day Napoli announced the acquisition of Uruguayan international striker Edinson Cavani from the rosanero club.[10]

As a replacement for Kjær, Palermo then chose to acquire young Argentine centre back Ezequiel Muñoz; the player was successively announced to have joined the club's Austrian training camp on 30 July, after he underwent a medical in Sicily.[11] The transfer was officially formalized on 4 August.[12] On 6 August, Paolo Beruatto was introduced as the new head of the Primavera under-19 squad.[13] On the same day, Palermo was coupled to Slovenian club NK Maribor for the playoff round of the 2010–11 UEFA Europa League, with the first leg scheduled at Stadio Renzo Barbera, Palermo on 19 August, and the return leg seven days later at Maribor's home venue.[14] In the first leg, and the first competitive seasonal game for Palermo, the Sicilians defeated Maribor with a clear result of 3–0, thanks to goals from Maccarone, Hernández and Pastore;[15] the rosanero won the qualification to the group stage one week late, despite losing the return leg 3–2.[16][17] On the following group stage draw, Palermo was included in Group F together with PFC CSKA Moscow, Sparta Prague and FC Lausanne-Sport.

On 27 August 2010 Maribor announced to have sold midfielders Armin Bačinović and Josip Iličić, both Slovenian internationals, to Palermo.[18] The first league game, played on 29 August, ended in a 0–0 home draw to Cagliari; on the very next day, Palermo announced the signing of Brazilian 18-year-old attacking midfielder João Pedro from Atlético Mineiro.[19]

Palermo started the season in good fashion, achieving impressive results such as away wins against Juventus and Fiorentina, as well a clear home win against Roma; in particular, the newly acquired Slovenian duo of Bačinović and Ilicić proved to be an absolute bargain signing, with both players being regularly featured in Palermo's Serie A games and praised. Other new signings who managed to break into the first team in a regular basis included defender Ezequiel Muñoz and striker Mauricio Pinilla.

Impressive results at domestic league level were not repeated in the Europa League, as Palermo was eliminated by the likes of PFC CSKA Moscow and Sparta Prague, ending the qualification round with only 7 points (2 wins, 1 draw, 3 losses).

On December 2010 Palermo confirmed to have signed a third Slovenian player from Maribor, defender Siniša Anđelković, who will join the rosanero from January 2011.[20] A fourth Slovenian player, midfielder Jasmin Kurtić, was acquired days later.[21]

Another winter move was completed on 24 January 2011, with striker Massimo Maccarone departing from Sicily after only six months, in order to join fellow Serie A club Sampdoria in a permanent transfer move.[22] The following day, Palermo won qualification to the Coppa Italia semifinals after defeating Parma on penalties.

This result was followed by a string of three consecutive defeats, the latest of whom being a record home loss in which a nine-man Palermo succumbed to Udinese in a shocking 0–7 result, which represents both the largest home loss and the largest Serie A loss in the club's history.[23] Such result led to immediate rumours regarding an imminent dismissal of head coach Delio Rossi, that was informally confirmed by Zamparini himself in several interview throughout the day.[24] The next day Palermo formally announced the dismissal of Delio Rossi and the appointment Serse Cosmi as his replacement.[25][26] After two more losses (against Lazio and Genoa, respectively), Cosmi achieved his first win in charge of Palermo by surprisingly defeating league-toppers AC Milan in a 1–0 home triumph, with Romanian defender Dorin Goian scoring the only goal of the game.

On 3 April 2011 Cosmi, after the defeat in the derby with Catania, for 4–0 was sacked. In its place, after 4 games back Delio Rossi.[27] Rossi's return led Palermo ultimately back to track with a surprising 3–2 win at Stadio Olimpico against Roma, and an even more surprising win in the Coppa Italia semifinals, where the rosanero defeated freshly-crowned Italian champions AC Milan with an aggregate 4–3 win (2–2 in Milan, 2–1 in Palermo), thus qualifying the Sicilians to the domestic cup final for their third time in history. The final, that saw a massive participation from Palermo fans, ended however in a rather controversial 1–3 loss to Inter, with Muñoz scoring the only goal for the rosanero in a game the Sicilians were forced to play without key elements as Bačinović and Bovo, and with Goian getting injured in the first half to be replaced by Moris Carrozzieri, who was at his second game in the season after a two-year suspension due to cocaine usage. In the days following the event, Zamparini and Delio Rossi announced to have parted company, thus freeing the Palermo dugout for the new season.

Confirmed summer transfer market bids[edit]

In
Switzerland MF Pajtim Kasami (from AC Bellinzona[28])
Chile FW Mauricio Pinilla (from Grosseto[3])
Italy FW Massimo Maccarone (from Siena[4])
Poland DF Kamil Glik (from Piast Gliwice[6])
Italy DF Matteo Darmian (from Milan, co-ownership[8])
Italy GK Giacomo Brichetto (from Novara[9])
Argentina DF Santiago García (from Rosario Central[9])
Italy GK Francesco Benussi (from Lecce[29])
Argentina DF Ezequiel Muñoz (from Boca Juniors[12])
Italy GK Mattia Migani (from Rimini, free transfer[30])
Italy FW Michele Pieri (from Rimini, free transfer[30])
Greece DF Sokratis Tsoukalas (from Atromitos[31])
Italy DF Nicola Maniero (on loan from Padova[32])
Italy FW Umberto Nappello (from Potenza, free transfer[33])
Slovenia MF Armin Bačinović (from Maribor[18])
Slovenia MF Josip Iličić (from Maribor[18])
Brazil MF João Pedro (from Atlético Mineiro[19])
Israel MF Eran Zahavi (from Tel-Aviv[34])
Paraguay FW Daniel Jara Martínez (from Club Nacional[35])
Out
Brazil MF Fábio Simplício (end of contract, to Roma)
Australia MF Mark Bresciano (end of contract, to Lazio)
Italy FW Marco Giovio (to Grosseto, co-ownership[3])
Italy DF Antonio Mazzotta (to Lecce, co-ownership[36])
Italy MF Giovanni Tedesco (retired[5])
Denmark DF Simon Kjær (to VfL Wolfsburg[7])
Italy DF Alberto Cossentino (to Novara, co-ownership[37])
Out on loan
Italy FW Davide Lanzafame (to Juventus[38])
Italy FW Davis Curiale (to Crotone[37])
Italy DF Andrea Raggi (to Bari[37])
Italy DF Emanuele Terranova (to Frosinone[37])
Italy MF Daniele Conti (to Südtirol[37])
Switzerland DF Michel Morganella (to Novara[37])
Albania GK Samir Ujkani (to Novara[37])
Italy MF Karim Laribi (to Foggia[39])
Albania FW Edgar Çani (to Modena[40])
Uruguay FW Edinson Cavani (to Napoli[10][41])
Italy DF Samuele Romeo (to Alessandria[40])
Italy DF Eros Pellegrini (to Pavia[40])
Italy MF Roberto Guana (to Chievo[42])
Argentina MF Nicolás Bertolo (to Real Zaragoza[43])
Italy FW Davide Succi (to Padova[32])
Italy DF Daniel Cappelletti (to Padova[44])
Italy DF Hernán Paolo Dellafiore (to Parma[45])
Italy DF Andrea Adamo (to Reggiana[46])
Croatia FW Igor Budan (to Cesena[47])
Brazil GK Rubinho (to Torino[47])
Italy GK Giuseppe Ingrassia (to Pergocrema[47])
Italy MF Salvatore Temperino (to Canavese[47])

Confirmed winter transfer market bids[edit]

In
Slovenia DF Siniša Anđelković (from Maribor[20])
Slovenia DF Jasmin Kurtić (from Gorica[21])
Italy FW Michele Paolucci (on loan from Siena[48])
Albania FW Jurgen Hoxha (from L'Aquila[48])
Out
Italy MF Maurizio Ciaramitaro (released[49])
Italy FW Massimo Maccarone (to Sampdoria[22])
Out on loan
Poland DF Kamil Glik (at Bari[50])
Italy MF Nicola Rigoni (at Vicenza[51])
Brazil MF João Pedro (at Vitória Guimarães[48][52])
Italy FW Paolo Carbonaro (loan return from Barletta, to Gela[48])

Squad stats[edit]

As of 22 May 2011[53]

No. Pos Nat Player Total Serie A Europa League Coppa Italia
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
12 GK Italy Giacomo Brichetto 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
46 GK Italy Salvatore Sirigu 43 -70 37 -62 3 -6 3 -2
99 GK Italy Francesco Benussi 6 -9 1 -1 5 -8 0 0
3 DF Romania Dorin Goian 20 1 16 1 3 0 1 0
5 DF Italy Cesare Bovo 42 4 32 4 7 0 3 0
6 DF Argentina Ezequiel Muñoz 40 1 34 0 4 1 2 0
16 DF Italy Mattia Cassani 42 0 32 0 7 0 3 0
29 DF Argentina Santiago García 7 0 3 0 3 0 1 0
36 DF Italy Matteo Darmian 16 0 11 0 4 0 1 0
42 DF Italy Federico Balzaretti 42 2 33 2 7 0 2 0
66 DF Slovenia Siniša Anđelković 8 0 7 0 0 0 1 0
80 DF Italy Moris Carrozzieri 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
95 DF Italy Giuseppe Prestia 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
4 MF Switzerland Pajtim Kasami 24 0 14 0 8 0 2 0
8 MF Italy Giulio Migliaccio 44 3 35 2 6 1 3 0
11 MF Italy Fabio Liverani 18 0 12 0 5 0 1 0
21 MF Slovenia Armin Bačinović 34 2 33 2 0 0 1 0
23 MF Italy Antonio Nocerino 47 4 38 4 6 0 3 0
27 MF Argentina Javier Pastore 43 13 35 11 6 1 2 1
72 MF Slovenia Josip Iličić 37 8 34 8 0 0 3 0
77 MF Slovenia Jasmin Kurtić 5 1 4 1 0 0 1 0
92 MF Italy Francesco Ardizzone 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
94 MF Ghana Afriyie Acquah 12 0 11 0 0 0 1 0
9 FW Uruguay Abel Hernández 27 8 22 3 4 4 1 1
10 FW Italy Fabrizio Miccoli (captain) 27 10 21 9 3 0 3 1
22 FW Italy Michele Paolucci 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
51 FW Chile Mauricio Pinilla 29 9 22 8 6 1 1 0
90 FW Paraguay Daniel Jara Martínez 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
98 FW Italy Gabriele Zerbo 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
Players sold or loaned out during the winter transfer market:
25 DF Poland Kamil Glik 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0
7 MF Brazil João Pedro 4 0 1 0 3 0 0 0
24 MF Italy Nicola Rigoni 9 1 4 0 5 1 0 0
32 FW Italy Massimo Maccarone 26 5 18 2 8 3 0 0

Match results[edit]

Legend[edit]

Win Draw Loss

Serie A[edit]

Date and time Opponent Venue Result Scorers Attendance Report
28 August 2010 – 20:45 Cagliari Home Drew 0–0 28,612 1, 2
12 September 2010 – 12:30 Brescia Away Lost 2–3 Pastore, Balzaretti ~ 7,000 1, 2
19 September 2010 – 15:00 Inter Home Lost 1–2 Iličić 27,291 1, 2
23 September 2010 – 20:45 Juventus Away Won 3–1 Pastore, Iličić, Bovo ~ 16,000 1, 2
26 September 2010 – 15:00 Lecce Home Drew 2–2 Pinilla, Maccarone 22,378 1, 2
3 October 2010 – 15:00 Fiorentina Away Won 2–1 Iličić, Pastore ~ 35,000 1, 2
17 October 2010 – 15:00 Bologna Home Won 4–1 Pastore, Iličić, Pinilla, Bačinović 23,587 1, 2
24 October 2010 – 15:00 Udinese Away Lost 1–2 Pinilla ~ 20,000 1, 2
31 October 2010 – 12:30 Lazio Home Lost 0–1 29,539 1, 2
7 November 2010 – 20:45 Genoa Home Won 1–0 Pinilla 24,368 1, 2
10 November 2010 – 20:45 Milan Away Lost 1–3 Bačinović 38,903 1, 2
14 November 2010 – 15:00 Catania Home Won 3–1 Pastore (3) 25,532 1, 2
21 November 2010 – 15:00 Cesena Away Won 2–1 Iličić, Miccoli 14,068 1, 2
28 November 2010 – 20:45 Roma Home Won 3–1 Miccoli, Iličić, Nocerino 29,691 1, 2
6 December 2010 – 20:45 Napoli Away Lost 0–1 ~ 40,000 1, 2
11 December 2010 – 18:00 Parma Home Won 3–1 Pinilla, Miccoli, Kasami ~ 25,000 1, 2
19 December 2010 – 15:00 Bari Away Drew 1–1 Iličić ~ 15,000 1, 2
6 January 2011 – 15:00 Sampdoria Home Won 3–0 Miccoli, Migliaccio, Maccarone 26,020 1, 2
9 January 2011 – 15:00 Chievo Away Drew 0–0 9,800 1, 2
16 January 2011 – 12:30 Cagliari Away Lost 1–3 Pastore ~ 8,000 1, 2
22 January 2011 – 18:00 Brescia Home Won 1–0 Bovo 21,152 1, 2
30 January 2011 – 15:00 Inter Away Lost 2–3 Miccoli, Nocerino ? 1, 2
3 February 2011 – 20:45 Juventus Home Won 2–1 Miccoli, Migliaccio 25,972 1, 2
6 February 2011 – 15:00 Lecce Away Won 4–2 Miccoli, Pastore, Hernández, Iličić ~ 15,000 1, 2
13 February 2011 – 12:30 Fiorentina Home Lost 2–4 Pastore, Nocerino 24,571 1, 2
19 February 2011 – 18:00 Bologna Away Lost 0–1 ~ 20,000 1, 2
27 February 2011 – 15:00 Udinese Home Lost 0–7 22,831 1, 2
6 March 2011 – 20:45 Lazio Away Lost 0–2 ~ 25,000 1, 2
13 March 2011 – 15:00 Genoa Away Lost 0–1 1
19 March 2011 – 20:45 Milan Home Won 1–0 Goian 25,116 1
3 April 2011 – 15:00 Catania Away Lost 0–4 ~ 25,000 1
10 April 2011 Cesena Home Drew 2–2 Kurtić, Pinilla 1
16 April 2011 Roma Away Won 3–2 Pinilla, Hernández (2) 1
23 April 2011 Napoli Home Won 2–1 Balzaretti, Bovo 1
1 May 2011 Parma Away Lost 1–3 Pastore 1
8 May 2011 Bari Home Won 2–1 Miccoli, Bovo 1
15 May 2011 Sampdoria Away Won 2–1 Miccoli, Pinilla 1
22 May 2011 Chievo Home Lost 1–3 Nocerino 1

Coppa Italia[edit]

Date and time Round Opponent Venue Result Scorers Attendance Report
12 January 2011 – 17:30 Round of 16 Chievo Home Won 1–0 Miccoli ~ 8,000 1, 2
25 January 2011 – 21:00 Quarter-finals Parma Home Won 0–0 (5–4 p) 15,335 1, 2
20 April 2011 – 20:45 Semi-finals – First leg AC Milan Away Drew 2–2 Pastore, Hernández 1
11 May 2011 – 20:45 Semi-finals – Second leg AC Milan Home Won 2–1 Migliaccio, Bovo 33,414 1
29 May 2011 – 20:45 Final Internazionale Olimpico, Rome Lost 1–3 Muñoz 68,815 1

UEFA Europa League[edit]

Date and time Round Opponent Venue Result Scorers Attendance Report
19 August 2010 – 20:30 1st round – 1st Leg Slovenia NK Maribor Home Won 3–0 Maccarone, Hernández, Pastore 28,416 1, 2
26 August 2010 – 20:45 1st round – 2nd Leg Slovenia NK Maribor Away Lost 2–3 Hernández (2) ~ 12,000 1, 2
16 September 2010 – 19:00 Group stage – Group F Czech Republic Sparta Prague Away Lost 2–3 Maccarone, Hernández 13,766 1, 2
30 September 2010 – 21:00 Group stage – Group F Switzerland FC Lausanne-Sport Home Won 1–0 Migliaccio ~ 10,000 1, 2
21 October 2010 – 21:00 Group stage – Group F Russia PFC CSKA Moscow Home Lost 0–3 ~ 10,000 1, 2
4 November 2010 – 19:00 Group stage – Group F Russia PFC CSKA Moscow Away Lost 1–3 Maccarone ? 1, 2
2 December 2010 – 21:00 Group stage – Group F Czech Republic Sparta Prague Home Drew 2–2 Rigoni, Pinilla ~ 10,000 1, 2
15 December 2010 – 19:00 Group stage – Group F Switzerland FC Lausanne-Sport Away Won 1–0 Muñoz ? 1, 2

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