Parma sack Fabio Liverani and appoint former coach Roberto D'Aversa
Parma sack manager Fabio Liverani after just two wins from 16 league games and replace him with Roberto D’Aversa… who only left the Serie A side in August!
- Parma have sacked coach Fabio Liverani after two wins from 16 games this term
- Liverani was appointed over the summer but leaves them in the relegation zone
- Roberto D’Aversa has been reappointed manager after stepping down in August
Struggling Parma have sacked coach Fabio Liverani after two wins from 16 Serie A games this season and reappointed Roberto D’Aversa as manager, the club said on Thursday.
Liverani, 44, only took charge in August, succeeding D’Aversa, but leaves the northern Italian club after a 3-0 defeat at Atalanta on Wednesday leaves them in the relegation zone in 18th place in the standings on 12 points.
‘Parma Calcio 1913 can confirm that Fabio Liverani has been relieved of his duties as coach of the first team.
Struggling Parma have sacked coach Fabio Liverani after two wins from 16 Serie A games
The club have replaced Liverani with former coach Roberto D’Aversa who left last August
‘The club would like to thank Liverani and his staff and wishes them all the best in their future endeavours,’ a club statement read.
D’Aversa, 45, whose Parma contract still runs until June 2022, coached the club from December 2016 to August 2020.
Parma host eighth-placed Lazio on Sunday in what will be D’Aversa’s first match back at the club.
Parma host eighth-placed Lazio on Sunday in what will be D’Aversa’s first match back
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