↑ Juventus dismisses Ranieri. ↑ Barcelona women beat Espanyol in historic derby. ↑ Sebastian Stier: How Deniz Aytekin made Barcelona's comeback possible. On January 6, 2021, a few weeks after the 50th anniversary of the charity game, which was crucial for the subsequent founding of the Barcelona women's team, another women's game was held at the Camp Nou to mark the anniversary. The match took place on August 8, 2015 at the Shanghai Stadium in Shanghai. Retrieved on August 10, 2023 (English). FIFA, p. 30, archived from the original on November 22, 2022; accessed on November 26, 2022 (English). In the qualifying game for the World Cup on November 17, 2020 against Uruguay, Arthur scored his first goal for Brazil. Archived from the original on July 6, 2010; accessed on April 10, 2020 (English). On April 14, 2014, in Nyon (Switzerland), the U19 won the first edition of the UEFA Youth League against the U19 of Benfica Lisbon. On the 9thIn December 2014, the Italian Football Association announced the sanction of FC Parma due to unpaid taxes amounting to 300,000 euros in 2013.
On May 15, 2005, almost exactly 20 years after his debut, Ferrara played his last game against FC Parma in Turin. At the end of this season he ended his career with his seventh championship title. Appointed head coach for the 2009/10 season and signed a two-year contract. The Old Lady's team was formally renewed for the 2009/10 season. On May 18, 2009, he also replaced the dismissed head coach Claudio Ranieri and became the Old Lady's new head coach after a successful end to the season. He was then followed by the coaches Claudio Ranieri with a fourth place, Ottavio Bianchi with a short interlude for eleventh place and Marcello Lippi with sixth place, who signed with the Italian record champions Juventus after this one season in 1993/94 and his defense chief Ferrara to the old lady after ten years as a professional piloted. After the 1990 championship, the club fell into decline at the beginning of the 1990s and only achieved seventh place under Bigon. Ferrara's first coach and sponsor Ottavio Bianchi, who worked for Napoli from 1985, was replaced by Bigon after the two second places. Diego Maradona was also playing in Naples at this time and led the team around Gianfranco Zola and Ferrara to their first Scudetto win and their second Coppa Italia success in the 1986/87 season. After two consecutive runner-up championships, in which they had to give way to the Milan clubs AC in 1987/88 and Inter in 1988/89, Ferrara's team under new coach Alberto Bigon won the last championship title for the SSC to date in 1989/90.
On October 22, 2010, he was appointed as the new coach of the Italian U-21 national team following the dismissal of Pierluigi Casiraghi. Before that, Ferrara's team lost the almost certain promotion to the Champions League round of 16 with a 4-1 defeat against FC Bayern Munich in the last group game, whereupon the young coach apologized to the fans. ↑ Conte becomes coach at Inter Milan. ↑ “Olympic football tournament without Argentina”. ↑ Chaos days at the Old Lady. He played 358 times in the Old Lady's jersey: 253 Serie A games (plus a playoff for a place in a European competition), in which he scored 15 goals; 26 cup games and three Supercup appearances; 74 European Cup appearances and one World Cup game against River Plate from Argentina. In ten seasons, Ferrara wore the blue jersey 323 times, of which he played 247 games in Serie A (12 goals) and 47 in the cup (2 goals). He made 13 first division appearances in which he scored 3 goals. He therefore describes Jean-Claude Suaudeau, under whom he played in Nantes, as his role models, but also Henri Michel and Artur Jorge, from whose work at PSG he inherited the calm, consistency and thoroughness. After a successful start, he was released on December 17, 2012 as Sampdoria came closer and closer to the relegation zone.
The Blaugrana achieved one of the greatest successes in the club's history on December 20th. May 1992: In the final of the European Champions Cup against Sampdoria Genoa it was 0-0 until extra time. In the 110th minute there was a controversial free kick for the Catalans at Wembley Stadium in London, which Ronald Koeman converted from a central position. For the 2012/13 season he took over the promoted team from Serie B, Sampdoria Genoa. 18 top European teams from six nations took part. In 1990 he was part of the Italian team that finished third against England in the home World Cup. After retiring from Juventus, Ciro Ferrara became part of the support team led by national coach Marcello Lippi. Contract as Russian national coach ended, and Italy coach Marcello Lippi, who was under discussion as Ferrara's successor after the end of the season, was traded. He is under contract with Juventus Turin. At the age of 14, Ciro Ferrara temporarily used a wheelchair because he was suffering from pain caused by Osgood-Schlatter disease. Ciro Ferrara made his debut in the Italian national team on June 10, 1987 in a 3-1 win against Argentina. He scored his first goal for the U23s on September 3, 2022 in Serie C against AC Trento.