Parma boss Roberto Donadoni has bemoaned his side's lack of composure in the final third against Fiorentina at the weekend.
The Crociati lost 2-0 to the Viola on Sunday, and the 49-year-old has admitted that his men will have to improve when they go up against Genoa in the next round of fixtures.
“We had three of four good goalscoring opportunities against Fiorentina,” he told a Press conference.
“But we just could not exploit those chances. We created the opportunities, but we just couldn't make the most of them.
“Now we have to go into the Genoa game and try to improve that aspect of our game.
“They have improved a lot lately, but we are very determined to win.”
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