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Baraye goodbye message

Also Yves Baraye send his message to Parma Supporters from his Instagram profile.

As said this morning, thank you for all, Crusader!

“After three years and an half it is greetings time.

And, believe me, it is not easy to say goodbye to the town that has been my second home. It is not easy to say goodbye to mates and Club. Most of all it is not easy to say goodbye to you fans.

I gave a lot to this town, but you and Parma Calcio gave me more. I grew up as a player, but mainly as a man. I will never forget three promotions, yellow cards for my celebrations, derbies goal and many other moments, This moments will be always in my heart.

Thanks to all Curva fans for you constant presence and most of all for Sunday banner. It has been really touching for me. Thanks also to the Club for these three wonderful seasons.

This is not a farewell, but a goodbye. In some way we will meet.

Grazie Parma.

J’ai une ame de vainqueur quand je tombe je me relève toujours ..Motakh ma ame fit 💛💙”

Calaiò farewell letter

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Emanuele Calaiò, arciere [archer], left officially the club yesterday to join Salernitana on permanent deal. You probably red our thank you to him, Gianni Munari and Yves Baraye).

He decided to publish a moving farewell letter through ParmaToday.it, that we thanks. Here the (non professional) translation:

Thanks Parma,

you are and always will be my home. Unfortunately the moment I would like arrive as later as possible arrived. After two years of goal, assist, victories and delights shared with mates, Club, with you fans, I have to greet. I do it with my heart in my throat and with a worry: after being protagonist to write Parma history I would like to close the ring and give my contribution even in Serie A. But unfortunately it has not been possible.

Thanks Parma,

you are and always will be my home. Even when I suffered, when we suffered. I know what you felt this summer, I tasted it on myself everyday. It went fine, now – thanks to you that gave me support – I feel like if I get off from a tornado and, with a deep breath, restart to breath and decided to begin again. Unfortunately far from Parma, but in football, like in everyday life, make choices is necessary. And respect them. This, even if it is not my decision, I respect it as I always thank for what did for me, giving me the chance to train until the end.

Since tomorrow a new adventure start. I don’t know if one day we will meet again, maybe with other roles, or as rivals. Never as enemies, this is a promise. Nobody knows what it is going to happen the important is having been there in the moment of need. I am proud of what we did, me,my team mates and you. I bring you with me.

Thanks Parma,

you are and always will be my home.”

 

Thanks for all, Crusaders

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As you already know on Parma Calcio website there is the list of winter transfer market movements. We almost never talk about this matter here. We don’t like jump into transfer rumors, joining polemics on who is good or who is not. We support the Club, trying being not taking sides.

But since our mission is bring Parma closer to abroad fans (and viceversa) we are always focused on news related with the most human perspective of supporting Parma Calcio, and the relationship between town, Club, players and fan base.

The reason of this post is to thank three real Crusaders that left officially yesterday. Our dream – as we wrote in our Santa Claus list of desire that probably got lost around North Pole – was to see them play in serie A with us. The happened only for Gianni “Worlverine” Munari for few minutes on unlucky home match with Spal.

This is football and we don’t blame anyone for this decision: professionals have to act as professionals. But, allow us to act like fans like we are and being sad for their departure.

Emanuele, Gianni, Yves, you will always be in our supporters heart.

Good luck and thanks for all, Crusaders.

 

 

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.

Maybe you can’t sleep

Curva Nord greets team after Parma vs. Hellas Verona on 24th may 2015

Maybe you can’t sleep.

Maybe you are thinking about three years ago. Last home match crying and singing “Torneremo in serie A“, or “Un Capitano, c’è solo un Capitano“.

Maybe you are thinking that football and life – are they really so different? – are weird: we would have many chances to cry after that day. Fortunately for different reasons.

Maybe you are thinking that tomorrow we will back again there – for REAL – and that, with all we passed through last years, this will be the sweetest season ever, even if we save at the last day.

Maybe you are thinking that you think too much and that, no, it is early to cry. Wait. Wait at least 18 hours. 18 hours and we will cry all together.

#thisisparma #weareparma #thankyouCaptain

thAnks, again

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It is not the first time you read this post but it is so important for us we prefer to be even boring.

The season is about to officially start with our coming back to Serie A. On Sunday against Udinese it will be emotional, despite the result. It doesn’t matter.

We have to stop a minute to think about this incredible three years we just lived from the failure to the coming back to serie A with three straight promotions.

We have to say “thank you” to all the players, managers, trainers that are part of Parma Calcio 1913 or have been in last three years. Thanks to all the supporters that followed the team even in serie D and even in bad times.

Stealing the words to a friend that we are about to introduce you: “Don’t tell to failed teams they will do like Parma. You know it is impossible”

In Parma there is that “kind of magic” that is not easy to explain to who is not a supporter. Our mission is to show that to everyone that would like to get closer to Crusaders passion, as we explained with the Hidden Crusader post.

Parma is not like other places. Parma Calcio is not like other teams.

Join us and you will discover it.

#thisisparma

Thanks to Paolo Rossi for the chat and to Christian Palazzi for his post that we undeservedly copied.

Thanks to: Davide Ciotti, Antonio Cotticelli, Alioune Fall, Kristaps Zommers, Lorenzo Adorni, Alessio Agrifogli, Maikol Benassi, Luca Cacioli, Michele Messina, Giulio Mulas, Giacomo Ricci, Lorenzo Saporetti, Francesco Corapi, Davide Giorgino, Crocefisso Miglietta, Walter Rodriguez, Mousa Balla Sowe, Lorenzo Simonetti, Dimitar Traikov, Yves Baraye, Matteo Guazzo, Fabio Lauria, Cristian Longobardi FanPage, Pasquale Mazzocchi, Daniele Melandri, Marcello Sereni, Riccardo Musetti, Andrea Vignali, Michele Canini, Manuel Nocciolini, Simone Iacoponi, Gianni Munari, Matteo Scozzarella, Davide Mastaj, Desiderio Garufo, Valerio Di Cesare, Emanuele Calaiò l’arciere, Davide Sinigaglia, Leonardo Nunzella, Marijan Ćorić, Davide Bassi, Pierluigi Frattali, Mohamed Coly, Manuel Scavone, Felice Evacuo, Luigi Scaglia, Simone Edera, Antonio Vacca, Amato Ciciretti, Juan Manuel Ramos, Marco Frediani, Alessio da Cruz, Armando Anastasio, Antonino Barillà, Roberto Insigne, Antonio Di Gaudio, Michele Nardi, Marcello Gazzola, Luca Germoni, Luca Siligardi, Riccardo Gagliolo, Andrea Dini, Fabio Ceravolo, Francisco Sierralta, Jacopo Dezi, Federico Adorni and above all, Captain Alessandro Lucarelli!

thAnks, first of all

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The season is about to officially start with Prato allo Stelvio retreat, but we have to stop a minute to think about this incredible three years we just lived from the failure to the coming back to serie A with three straight promotions.

We have to say “thank you” to all the players, managers, trainers that are part of Parma Calcio 1913 or have been in last three years. Thanks to all the supporters that followed the team even in serie D and even in bad times.

In Parma there is that “kind of magic” that is not easy to explain to who is not a supporter. Our mission is to show that to everyone that would like to get closer to Crusaders passion.

Parma is not like other places. Parma Calcio is not like other teams.

Join us and you will discover it.

#thisisparma