Italian football side, Parma dismissed their head coach Roberto D’Aversa from his managerial roles citing “lack of unity” in the club as announced on Sunday.
D’Aversa has managed the Parma club since 2016. He led the side from the third division Lega Pro back into Italy’s top division. During his time in the Italian side, the 45-year-old has had 14 wins, seven draws and 17 defeats in 38 league games last season.
“Parma Calcio 1913 announce that Robert D’Aversa has been relieved of his role as First Team Coach”. Parma wrote on its website.
“This is a result of the fact that over the last few weeks, the cohesion, unity of intent, harmony and mutual enthusiasm which have been so key to the successes achieved together over the last few years has disappeared”.
“Nothing can erase the unforgettable achievements engraved into the club’s history thanks to the coach and his coaching team’s fundamental contribution”.
Parma ended their 2019/20 season with 49 points in 11th place. D’Aversa is expected to be replaced by former Lecce boss Fabio Liverani.