Roberto Donadoni and Parma are two former greats, battling to shake off tarnished reputations – the former following disappointing spells coaching Italy and Napoli, with the latter failing to recreate their 90s purple patch after the Parmalat scandal almost ten years ago. However, since they came together in January, they have gone some way to consigning the bad memories to the history books.
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Sebastian Giovinco says Parma must continue to give their all in order to retain their Serie A status.
Speaking to Sky after their 2-1 win away at Chievo, in which Giovinco opened the scoring, the Italian international says the Ducali must find winning consistency.
“A great match, this victory gives us greater serenity. Now we have to find continuity in our results and let’s not forget we have a game in hand.”
Parma are currently 12t...More
Parma this week announced that Roberto Donadoni would be the man charged with leading the Ducali to Serie A survival. Where can the former Azzurri coach succeed where previous incumbent Franco Colomba failed?
It’s unfortunate in life and particularly football that in some instances, no matter what you do or how successful you are, you will always be remembered for the one time things didn‘t quite work out. Steve McLaren will forever ...More
Roberto Donadoni has been named the new Coach of Parma after the Ducali sacked Franco Colomba.
Parma’s 5-0 thrashing at the hands of Inter at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza on Saturday night spelled the end for Colomba, who had been in charge of the Gialloblu since April 2011.
Gigi Delneri was also considered for the role, however Parma announced that former Italian national team boss Donadoni has been appointed. He has a contract that wi...More
Gian Piero Gapserini has ruled out the rumours linking him to the Parma bench next season.
Gasperini has been out of a job since being sacked by Inter in September, only months after taking over from Leonardo.
However, he refuses to buy into the claim he is being lined up next season by Ducali President Tomasso Ghirardi to take over from Franco Colomba.
“Me at Parma? It is something said without any foundation,” Gasperini told stadio...More
Juventus striker Amauri will be heading either abroad or to Genoa, but not to Parma, according to their President Tommaso Ghirardi.
Amauri, 31, netted seven goals in 11 appearances last season on loan at Parma, but this season that will not be an option: ”I would think about it, but it’s not really doable because in attack we are fine. Floccari has returned to his best, and the trio with Giovinco and Biabiany has done well, so in attac...More
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