Energy TI’s CEO has revealed his plans for Parma, after it was announced that the company have become minority shareholders.
The gas and energy company have bought 10 per cent of the Crociati for €25m, and their chief executive has admitted why they decided to invest in Roberto Donadoni’s men.
“We know that Italian football is going through a delicate period at the moment,” Roberto Giuli told reporters.
“We’re in an economic crisis and not all Presidents are like Ghirardi. But that’s why we’re here [because of him].
“We’re already active, as a company, in Parma. And we plan to involve the fans with special promotions and the like.
“We’re also very interested in developing the Ennio Tardini.”
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