Parma sack coach D’Aversa

first_imgRelatedPosts Live stream Premier League, La Liga, Serie A on Showmax Pro this weekend Juve’s Pirlo gamble makes new Serie A season the most open for years Pirlo bags UEFA coaching badge Parma have dismissed coach Roberto d’Aversa, three weeks after the end of the season, the Serie A club announced on Sunday.D’Aversa, 45, took charge of Parma when they were in the third-tier Lega Pro in 2016 and earned consecutive promotions to restore the club to the Serie A. “Parma announce that Roberto D’Aversa has been relieved of his role of first team coach,” the club said in a statement.“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 have disappeared.”Parma, who were relegated to fourth division in 2015 after being declared bankrupt, finished 11th in the Serie A last season after being 14th in their first season back in the top division.Tags: Coach Roberto d’AversaParma FCSerie Alast_img read more

Liam Johnson named Executive Director for Bath Racecourse

first_img Share ARC confirms Belle Vue closure August 3, 2020 Submit ARC continues financial support for greyhound trainers during COVID-19 shutdown April 15, 2020 Arena Racing Company (ARC) has continued to strengthen its leadership team after naming Liam Johnson as the new Executive Director for Bath Racecourse.Prior to his new role, Johnson has worked at the Sports and Leisure Group in an operations management capacity as well as at Nottingham Forest Football Club. He will start work at Bath Racecourse on Tuesday 14 April.Commenting on the new appointment, Mark Spincer Managing Director of the ARC Racing Division said: “We are delighted to welcome Liam to the team, and look forward to him taking the helm at Bath ahead of the start of the 2020 season.“His experience within the racing industry, being involved in a number of major racing fixtures along with his leadership experience at Huntingdon Racecourse, will be invaluable at Bath.”Johnson’s appointment follows six years at Jockey Club Racecourses, including four years in his current role as General Manager of Huntingdon Racecourse.Johnson added: “I am hugely grateful for my time at Jockey Club Racecourses, where as the first employee to go through the Group Trainee General Manager scheme, I was able to learn a tremendous amount and gain an excellent understanding of the racing industry.“I am equally excited to get underway at Bath, with some big events planned for the summer and beyond.”The news comes as ARC named Mark Spincer as its new Managing Director of the company’s Racing Division.Under his new role, which is effective immediately, Spincer will take responsibility for ARC’s sixteen racecourse sites and four greyhound stadia. Related Articles Share ARC temporarily suspends ‘uneconomical’ Belle Vue meetings  June 10, 2020 StumbleUponlast_img read more