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According to SKY Italia we seem to get Gianni De Biasi as new coach. De Biasi is currently coaching Levante in Spain, Di Carlo will have to win the Udinese-game to save his seat on our bench.

What do you think?

I hope we keep Di Carlo :sob:
 

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Ultimatums for managers are stupid... how can one result decide your fate... You either fire him now, or guarentee him he has until the end of the season.
 

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Di Biasi did a ok job with first Brescia (with Baggio) and later with Toro he promoted them, but got fired because lack of result during the pre-season(!). His spell with Levante is okeish, the team have no money left to salerys and are already relegated. But i dont know, if we dont get a Ranieri type of coach i think Di Carlo is the best option. It's just 13 games left after the Udine game, so if there is a point to appoint a new coach, it better be a damn good one with a lot of respect and creability.
 

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changing coaches mid season can prove to be risky..
and like Pietro said ultimatums are stupid, of the top of my head i cant remember any example where it has made things better for anyone.

and im not sure Di Biase is our man, i hope Di Carlo stays
 

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Well, I was extremely angry after the Torino game, and in the last weeks Di Carlo has made some bizarre decisions that I touched on in the last match thread, but unless we can bring in someone of better quality then I would stick by him for now.

I want him to suceed, but he must start improving in a lot of areas.
 

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De Biasi wouldn't be an improvement on Di Carlo for you guys IMO. He was fired after poor results in the preseason (we lost in the Coppa Italia to a newly promoted Serie B team), and although that was rash and probably affected us negatively in the beginning of the season, ultimately we would have gone nowhere with him. With Levante he has done **** all, they are still bottom, 13 points away from safety, though granted they were even poorer before he came. He's really not a great coach and is certainly not what Parma need to make safety an absolute guarantee this term. To fire Di Carlo and replace him with a better coach would be one thing, but to fire Di Carlo and replace him with an equal coach would do more harm than good.
 

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Our defense this season has been shambolic. Fatty has given Di Carlo no reinforcements in defense...he got him Lucarelli but we needed a defender or two of calibre.

Di Carlo needs to stay imho...I like him...
 

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Though I don't like Di Carlo,invite a tailender to be our new coach sounds crazy!As I know, the candidate list including Zacchetoni ,Vialli, Zenga,Simoni, De Biasi ,Carletto Mazzoneand even Didier Deschamps.
Maybe Simoni is a good idea~
 

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Well, I was extremely angry after the Torino game, and in the last weeks Di Carlo has made some bizarre decisions that I touched on in the last match thread, but unless we can bring in someone of better quality then I would stick by him for now.

I want him to suceed, but he must start improving in a lot of areas.
His substitution always makes me confused and ruins our deserved victory~
 

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Di Carlo calm on judgement day
Wednesday 27 February, 2008

Parma Coach Domenico Di Carlo admits that he is in a “delicate position”, but he is refusing to panic despite the spectre of the axe.

The former Mantova man is running out of time in his first Serie A season and saw his position weakened last weekend when Parma threw away a 4-1 lead to draw 4-4 with Torino.

As an expectant side see a relegation dogfight looming, tonight’s game against Udinese has become a must-win for Di Carlo.

“We are in a very delicate position,” he admitted. “But you shouldn’t talk to me about the rumours – you should talk to the people who are putting them about.

“Personally, I am calm and getting ready for the game as usual. The table shows that we have a single point more than Catania and Livorno and we need to change things as soon as possible, but there are still 14 games left.”

http://www.channel4.com/sport/football_italia/feb27b.html
 

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After watching the Udinese-Parma game from last season it got me wondering about the kind of position we could of been in this season under Ranieri.

I am sure he would of instilled a better mentality into the players like he did last season, and we would comfortably be sitting around 10-12th position even with our ragged defence around now.
 

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Gianni De Biasi sembra destinato a diventare il nuovo allenatore del Parma, a prescindere dal risultato della partita di questa sera contro l'Udinese.
We won 2-0, sorry but we dont need you Gianni :fero:
 

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Because he accept our offer, and if we lost this one you can say that he's our new coach.
I understand, but why?

Di Carlo is having a tough time, but Di Biasi isn't an upgrade.
Unless Ghirardi can pull a 'Ranieri' then it makes sense to keep him until the summer then make a review.
 
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