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Parma plan revival led by ex-coach Nevio Scala

ESPN FC's Craig Burley and Mark Donaldson react to Parma FC's current troubles as the club has gone bankrupt and could face Serie D relegation.
Juventus head coach Massimiliano Allegri called for calm after his side lost 1-0 to Parma.

PARMA, Italy -- Former coach Nevio Scala is leading a group of investors applying to revive bankrupt club Parma in the fourth division.

The 67-year-old Scala, who led Parma to three European trophies in the 1990s, is slated to become club president if the Italian federation approves the application.

In March, Parma were declared bankrupt with debts of more than €200 million ($220 million). After finishing last in Serie A, Parma were ordered to play under a new name in Serie D.

The Scala-led...

Hernan Crespo named manager of Italian Serie B club Modena

Hernan Crespo, pictured here as the youth squad coach of Parma, has signed on to manage Modena.

MODENA, Italy -- Italian Serie B club Modena have appointed former Argentina striker Hernan Crespo as their new coach.

Crespo, who had been coaching the youth squad of Parma, the club where he played twice during his playing career, has signed a one-year contract with an option for a further two years.

Crespo, who turns 40 on Sunday, joins a club that finished 18th in the 22-team second tier last season and had to come through a relegation playoff to avoid the drop.

 By Ben Gladwell

Catania club president admits buying results of five Serie B matches

Pulvirenti admitted having paid €100,000 per match on five occasions.

The president of Italian Serie B club Catania has admitted to buying five matches last season, La Gazzetta dello Sport has reported.

Antonino Pulvirenti was put under house arrest last week following an investigation into alleged match-fixing in some of the Sicilian club's games last season.

He was accused of paying opponents to let Catania win as they faced the prospect of a second straight...

 By Ben Gladwell

Roberto Donadoni rues 'huge injustice' at Parma

ESPN FC's Craig Burley and Mark Donaldson react to Parma FC's current troubles as the club has gone bankrupt and could face Serie D relegation.

Former Parma coach Roberto Donadoni has broken his silence on the trials and tribulations he had to endure last season at the Serie A club, who were relegated from the top flight and, earlier this week, declared bankrupt.

Speaking to the Gazzetta di Parma, Donadoni said he had been "betrayed" by the Emilia-Romagna club, even though he had always had faith things would eventually be resolved.

He, like the Parma players and the rest of the club's staff, had not received any wages since last July. Only...

 By Ben Gladwell

Match-fixing investigation riles Italian FA president Carlo Tavecchio

The recent comments from newly-elected FIGC chief Carlo Tavecchio have cast a shadow over Italian football.
Carlo Tavecchio is the president of the Italian football association.

The president of the Italian football association Carlo Tavecchio says action must be taken to clean up the Italian game in the wake of allegations that Serie B club Catania bought results last season.

Seven arrests were made on Tuesday as part of an investigation into alleged match-fixing with Catania accused of paying opponents to let them win important matches to avoid relegation last term. The Sicilian club's president Antonino Pulvirenti is among those under house arrest as a criminal investigation...