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Posting ID : A1068466505
Date Posted : 2015-08-18
Category : Labor Moving

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"We got a deal with this restaurant across the street where they bring over breakfast, so that's been good," Carra said. He also said that hooking up phone and Internet service was a priority because most of the team officials were still going online by using USB dongles from a local mobile phone company.

The entire setup is, on many levels, a paradox. Parma (the old version) was a part of Italian soccer for more than a century, finally coming into the spotlight in the early 1990s. It won eight major titles from 1992 to 2002, including three Italian Cups and the UEFA Cup -- now the Europa League -- in 1995 and '99.

Now, Parma (the new version) has fewer than 10 employees on the business side, a master plan that seeks to overhaul the core philosophy of Italian club ownership and, ultimately, grand designs on earning promotion this season from Italy's fourth division, Serie D. It is simultaneously trying to figure out how to operate (and pay for) an enormous training complex on the outskirts of town."We got a deal with this restaurant across the street where they bring over breakfast, so that's been good," Carra said. He also said that hooking up phone and Internet service was a priority because most of the team officials were still going online by using USB dongles from a local mobile phone company.

The entire setup is, on many levels, a paradox. Parma (the old version) was a part of Italian soccer for more than a century, finally coming into the spotlight in the early 1990s. It won eight major titles from 1992 to 2002, including three Italian Cups and the UEFA Cup -- now the Europa League -- in 1995 and '99.

Now, Parma (the new version) has fewer than 10 employees on the business side, a master plan that seeks to overhaul the core philosophy of Italian club ownership and, ultimately, grand designs on earning promotion this season from Italy's fourth division, Serie D. It is simultaneously trying to figure out how to operate (and pay for) an enormous training complex on the outskirts of town.


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