Guidolin said: "Unfortunately we did not win, but we were playing in a Hellish atmosphere and it was impossible to play football. I would like to end the season here, as I have given so much to this club, though for some time I've already known what I'd like to be doing next term."
Even that is unlikely to happen after the Rosanero released their latest official statement.
Guidolin also hinted that he felt sources within the club had 'planted' protestors in the stands to force him to resign.
"Besides the reference to a presumed premeditation or organisation of such manifestations of dissent irrevocably damage the image of the entire Palermo fanbase and the club," continued the statement.
"The club also reserves the right to protect its image and honour with legal action.
"At the end of the game the club had confirmed its faith in Guidolin directly via its President despite the latest defeat and the statements released by the Coach in Friday's Press Conference.
"However, considering the seriousness of the facts described here, Palermo reserve any decision on the management of the team."