Parma Calcio 1913


#121

Yes! What a debut for us in Serie B! 1-0 win against Cremonese thanks to Calaiò.


#122

2 out 2! Another 1-0 against Novara this time. After a good first half we completely disappeared in the second half. But it’s only the second game of the season so it is normal not to play that well.


#123

Well, first defeat of the season. While we didn’t deserve to win last week, we fully deserved the 3 points today. It can happen, nothing is lost.


#124

Second defeat in a row. A bad hammering against Perugia away. The things are not looking good atm. We do really struggle to create chances and score.


#125

It’s over. Good luck in Serie C next season :wink:


#126

Why does a Gubbio fan hate Parma? :mustafi:

We are not getting relegated though. Middle table is more likely.


#127

3 defeats in a row. It’s getting worse and worse :xhaka:


#128

Wow! We won against Venezia thanks to a header from a corner. Still played crap though.


#129

How comes you lost and then won in the same day? :woman_shrugging:t2:


#130

We lost on tuesday and won today. I was late with my updates :wink:


#131

So two draws in the last 2 games. Both were utter turd. We can’t really score from open on play, only from set pieces.

We are lucky it is a very balanced league, as we are just 3 points behind the top.


#132

Not a great period for us. We lost against Pescara last week.
What is worrying is that we can’t score from open play.


#133

Back to the winning way after almost one month. We even scored 2 goals from open play (one was from Insigne’s brother).


#134

We have turned a corner! 3 wins in a row and Insigne’s brother Roberto is showing all his class.


#135

After losing against one of the strongest teams in the league last week, we are back to the winning way against Cittadella. 2-1 FT for us in a game where we should have won by 3/4 goals.


#136

Jiang Lizhang is our new president. He will own 60% of Parma, with the remaining 30% to “Nuovo Inizio” (a company formed by Parma entrepreneurs) and 10% to “Parma Partecipazioni Calcistiche” (popular shareholding).
He also owns Granada and Minnesota Timberwolves.

His main business involves football tv rights.


#137

No islam o parma? That’s not nice man.


#138

When I saw you’d posted in here, I thought you were taking the similar avatar thing to the next level and watching Parma :grin:


#139

I think it’s time for you to start ParmaCalcioFanTV Luca. You’ve got at least one guaranteed viewer in Phoe.


#140

Eh? What? Farage!