Yesterday’s defeat against Parma was Fiorentina’s the sixth consecutive defeat in the last 6 official games.
The after the loss against Juve in Turin against Juventus, the Coppa Italia semifinal second leg against Atalanta in Bergamo, the defeats against Sassuolo and Milan and the one away to Empoli.
The last time the viola had strung together a series of 6 consecutive defeats in official matches went back to the 2001-02 season, with Bianchi and then Chiarugi on the bench, and May 2005, that was the last days of the championship which led to the bankruptcy of AC Fiorentina, writes ViolaNews.com.
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