The club of Parma has validated this Saturday his accession in Serie B, taking the best of Alessandria (2-0) in a rematch.
Parma AC, one of the biggest clubs in the history of Calcio, is back at the professional level. From the next season, the training flagship of the Emilia-Romagna region will occur in Serie B. The accession was acquired Saturday in a win against Alessandria (2-0) in a game of the playoffs.
Szczesny in the viewfinder of the Napoli
Parmesan have won 2-0 with the achievements of Scavone (11th), and Nocciolini (66th). Within the winning team no one had tasted a match of Serie A, with the exception of the captain Alessandro Lucarelli. 39-year-old, the latter remained faithful to the club despite the descent to the underworld known from 2015.
As a reminder, Parma had been downgraded administratively in D4 two years ago. A decision which very nearly lead to the demise of this great club, but of the elders of the house and new leaders have been careful to gradually get back on the slope. The Gialloblu have known two accessions from time to time. One more and they will be back in Serie A.
Founded in 1913, Parma has had its hour of glory in the mid 90’s. At this time, led by Nevio Scala, in particular, they have experienced three finals of European Cups in succession, including a victoirieuse (C3 in 1993). The club has also seen its ranks of top players such as Gianfranco Zola, Gianluigi Buffon, Fabio Cannavaro and Faustino Asprilla.