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Press review update: The New York Times

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Almost one month ago The New York Times published a reportage about Parma Calcio renaissance. The New  York  Times. Someone said we were going to disappear and be forgotten.

We list the article in our “Nobody will ever talk about Parma anymore” section dedicated to fundamental articles and podcast about Parma Calcio.

Here is Rory Smith‘s reportage with Nadia Shira Cohen pictures, a recap of our recent history with focus on new era that just begun:

🗞️ The New York Times – Back From the Dead, Parma Embraces a Soccer Renaissance by Rory Smith @RorySmith (with Nadia Shira Cohen pictures), Aug 2018

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/08/19/sports/soccer/parma-serie-a-italy.html

 

 

Nobody will ever talk about Parma anymore

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“Nobody will ever talk about Parma anymore” so they said on the other side of the river Enza, Reggiana supporters. We don’t call them Reggio Audace, in respect for their history (whatever it is) because football is made by fans, not by chairmen, televisions or courthouses.

Well, they was wrong.

Here and AT THIS UPDATED LINK you find a list of articles or podcasts about us. Something you can not miss at all and that can help you remember part of our history, the feeling of being in Tardini Curva Nord, the taste and the atmosphere there was and there is in Parma.

–  Mani Djazmi podcast from World Football program on BBC World Service, where we undeservedly participated.

🎧 World Football PODCAST (aug/sept 2018):

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p002vsyx/episodes/downloads

🗞️ Mani Djazmi artiche on BBC Sport (aug/sept 2018):

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/amp/football/45364161

🗞️ Our quick report with some pictures here (aug/sept 2018):

https://parmafansworldwide.com/2018/08/31/hello-from-bbc/

 

Golazzo “The totally italian football show” podcast by James Richardson, Jimbo, with Gabriele Marcotti and James Horncastle bring us back to nineties and recap our recent history with some interesting stories and some original historical audio.

🎧 GOLAZZO “The rises and falls of Parma” (may 2018):

https://audioboom.com/posts/6835731-the-rises-and-falls-of-parma

– Very complete and accurate article about our recent history on These Football Times

🗞️ THESE FOOTBALL TIMES “Alessandro Lucarelli: Parma’s selfless hero who took them from the fourth tier back to Serie A” by Gary Thacker @All_Blue_Daze (sept 2018)

https://thesefootballtimes.co/2018/09/07/alessandro-lucarelli-parmas-greatest-legend-who-took-them-back-from-the-brink-in-the-fourth-tier-to-serie-a/

 

Give me sport – givemesport.com – Paul Roger Mitchell article about a well-remembered episode during our tough failure season. We put the link to our post as introduction to Roger article, that you find linked there.

🗞️ GIVE ME SPORT – “Fan ownership could solve Serie A crisis after Parma debacle” by Roger Paul Mitchell (2015)

https://parmafansworldwide.com/2018/08/01/461/

 

– On 90s era

🗞️ THESE FOOTBALL TIMES – “The insatiable rise of Parma in the 1990s” by Luca Hodges-Ramon (November 2016)

https://thesefootballtimes.co/2016/11/22/the-insatiable-rise-of-parma-in-the-1990s/

Interesting Podcast about Parma Calcio

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As we already reported soon we will list in a specific section of the website all the interesting articles and podcast about Parma. Like this one, that we suggest you not to miss even if was broadcasted in may:

Golazzo “The totally italian football show” podcast by James Richardson, Jimbo, with Gabriele Marcotti and James Horncastle bring us back to nineties and recap our recent history with some interesting stories and some original historical audio.

🎧 GOLAZZO “The rises and falls of Parma” (may 2018):

https://audioboom.com/posts/6835731-the-rises-and-falls-of-parma

Thank you, guys

 

These Football Times talking about Parma Calcio

We would like to report a very complete and accurate article about our recent history on These Football Times written by Gary Thacker @All_Blue_Daze , that we would like to officially thank.

Soon it will be listed on a specific section of our website that we are preparing dedicated to Parma Calcio best reportages and articles.

“Alessandro Lucarelli: Parma’s selfless hero who took them from the fourth tier back to Serie A”

https://thesefootballtimes.co/2018/09/07/alessandro-lucarelli-parmas-greatest-legend-who-took-them-back-from-the-brink-in-the-fourth-tier-to-serie-a/

Waiting for someone making a movie about Parma Calcio 1913, enjoy these words and realize that history can’t be deleted, and it is all to be written.

Hello from BBC

Alessandro Lucarelli at the end of the interview – credit to www.parmafansworldwide.com

 

FIRST THE LINK: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p002vsyx/episodes/downloads

So it started.

Hello from BBC.

It was not Bale-Benzema-Cristiano or Barzagli-Bonucci-Chiellini. Was THAT BBC: British Broadcasting Corporation. We received an email from Mani Djazmi, the presenter of World Football, a weekly program dedicated to most special stories in football world on BBC World Service, that was interested in realizing an episode totally dedicated to Parma renaissance.

So it started an incredible two-days in which we followed Mani in his interviews and researches. We had the chance to talk about football and give our small help to such a great expert and professional. We will never be enough thankful for that.

We could attend to Pietro Pizzarotti and Captain Lucarelli interviews in Collecchio Training Center, see coach an players pass in front of us at the end of morning training session, relaxed and focused on Saturday match. We step Tardini pitch with well known Centro Coordinamento Parma Clubs (CCPC) President Angelo Manfredini that took us also to locker rooms and honor tribune and told us incredible stories about nineties glory days. Before the official interview, while we were in CCPC office, Sandro Melli, one of Wembley heroes, get into and had a coffee in front of us. Can you imagine?

We heard from Parma Partecipazioni Calcistiche (PPC) member Franco Bardiani words all the passion behind the popular action that together with Nuovo Inizio allowed Parma’s rebirth. We hate in Pepèn, well known Parmesan paninoteca and we went also to a football game in Correggio, in the deep Reggio Emilia province, where Parma played only three years ago. So many things that it was necessary three episodes to tell everything.

And now? Now Juve is coming. BBC World Football dedicates a whole program to Parma Calcio and we are so proud of all the people we met in these days. Until Parma will be made by these people we can really trust in an even brighter future.

Despite every result on Saturday night, believe us: be proud of what Parma Calcio is. It is made by great people, it is a family and, even if you are far, you are part of it anyway.

At this link you will find the podcast of this World Football episode and all the previous podcast:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p002vsyx/episodes/downloads

And here the article that Mani Djazmi wrote about Captain Lucarelli interview.

Alessandro Lucarelli: The Parma captain who kept the club going

 

Thank you again Mani, for the incredible experience.

Collecchio’s main quarter – credit to www.parmafansworldwide.com
Inside the offices – credit to www.parmafansworldwide.com
Mani checking audio – credit to www.parmafansworldwide.com
Pietro Pizzarotti interview – credit to www.parmafansworldwide.com
Sandro Melli at the bar in from of Angelo and other CCPC members – credit to www.parmafansworldwide.com
Angelo Manfredini interview – credit to www.parmafansworldwide.com
Franco Bardiani on the pitch – credit to www.parmafansworldwide.com
THE DOOR in CCPC office – credit to www.parmafansworldwide.com
Coppa Italia and Winners Cup in CCPC office – credit to www.parmafansworldwide.com
Football and food in province – credit to www.parmafansworldwide.com
On Correggese tribune – credit to www.parmafansworldwide.com