Parma have secured their safety, but Franco Colomba wants the icing on the cake of beating old rivals Juventus.
“We will be motivated to do well against a very prestigious team and I expect the fans to put on a real celebration,” said the Coach.
“Everyone should come together to commemorate this campaign, as we emerged from a very difficult moment.
“Thanks to our determination, we secured safety with two rounds to spare. Now I expect my lads to step on to the field with the same mentality as the last few games.
“I want to give the fans this new moment of joy, as beating Juventus would give another taste to the campaign.”
Amauri has recovered from both an ankle problem and fractured bone in his hand to face his former squad, but Hernan Crespo and Raffaele Palladino are out of action.
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