Former Italy coach Roberto Donadoni is
back in management with Serie A club Parma, who announced on
Monday that he was replacing the sacked Franco Colomba.
Donadoni will be unveiled as Parma coach at a press
conference on Tuesday and is charged with keeping the club in
the top flight after a disappointing season that has resulted in
just five wins.
Former AC Milan midfielder Donadoni was in charge of Italy
from 2006 to 2008 and then had spells in charge of Napoli and
Parma suffered a 5-0 defeat at Inter Milan on Saturday and
Donadoni's first league match in charge will be against Siena on
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