Weekend Reads Parma Calcio rises: "Will come back"
Parma relegated from Serie A after losing at Torino 1-0
TURIN, Italy — Parma was relegated from Serie A on Monday after losing 1-0 at Torino, which boosted its own hopes of survival. Torino right back Mërgim Vojvoda scored to condemn Parma to the second division. Parma’s fifth successive defeat left it 12 points below Cagliari in the last position of safety with four matches remaining. Cagliari has the better head-to-head record which is the tiebreaker in Serie A. Torino moved three points above the relegation zone, with a game in hand. Torino almost took the lead midway through the first half but Cristian Ansaldi’s powerful effort crashed off the crossbar.
Parma Calcio says goodbye after three years in Serie A again in Italy 2. Football League.
Parma Calcio says goodbye after three years in Serie A again in Italy 2. League.
The team from the Emilia-Romagna was defeated on Monday evening in the basement duel at FC Turin with 0: 1 (0: 0) and is now fixed as the second relegated next to the FC Crotone. The third must still be determined in the remaining four games.
"A difficult defeat completes a difficult season," wrote the American club owner Kyle Krause on Twitter: "The fans and the city of Parma I say only: We will come back."
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Krause had taken over the club in September 2020 with the aim of holding the class and to rejuvenate the team by good junior work in the medium term. After the rise in 2018, the city now represents a second division with the very large football history.
The pre-predecessor Club AC Parma belonged to the European Elite in the 1990s, once again won the European Cup (1993), twice the UEFA Cup (1995, 1999) and also brought the National Cup three times (1992, 1999 , 2002).
This was followed by the bankruptcy of the parmalat parmalate in 2004, the start-up as FC Parma and the new insolvency in 2015. As Parma Calcio, the club managed until 2018 then the march from the 4th to the 1st League.
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