Parma assistant coach Andrea Tarozzi said they received a motivational video from their fans ahead of their crucial game against Roma.
by beating the Champions League hopefuls 2-0 at the Stadio Tardini on Sunday to end their 17-match winless run in Serie A.
“It was a crucial win for us. We want to dedicate the victory to our President, who is always so close to us,”
Tarozzi told Sky Sport Italia.
was not in the dugout as he was serving a one-match ban.
“He has so much passion and always believed in us.
“Today, we had the support from our fans who sent us a motivational video that we showed the team one minute before the kick-off.
“Probably the spirit that we saw was also due to that.
“We believe [in Serie A survival], as they believe in it.
“We have good chances. The path is still long. Today was just a game. The best is yet to come. We need to be more consistent.”