Parma European glory days memories are still alive. Ferry is a Vitesse fan and historian of his team that is writing a book about the story of his club around Europe.
To realize it, he is visiting the most important Clubs where Vitesse played and of course he made a stop in Parma, that faced Vitesse in the season of our first Uefa cup.
He attended the Parma vs Torino match and collected from Ultras and fans in town some very special memories for his book. He also donated to Centro Coordinamento Parma Clubs the original pennant of Arnhem game.
Sooner or later we’ll be back on those stages. We all know it.
Sooner or later.
Jose Esteban, Spanish fan living in Germany, went visiting a couple of Europe most important Football theaters. You know, in theater there is a proper dressing code and if our friend could enter with that sweater on it probably means Parma is still on the guests list. They are waiting for us to come back.
This is such a special #TravellingParmigiani picture we should rename in #MeetingParmigiani. It is special because it represents one of the things that we are working for: support Parma fans meeting outside Italy.