After wandering the Brazilian returned to the 'Parma' in the last year, but only for the to become a backup for Frenchman Sebastian edf – perhaps the most fortunate goalkeeper Legionnaire in Italy. By the way, edf began his career in the Apennines in the 'Inter' keeper surpassing 'Azzurrini' Palyuku, but it did not save him from references to 'Verona' – current club Nigmatullin. Moreover, edf won a place in the first team Gentlemen of Verona at once, but then defended the gate so reliably, which ultimately earned the 'rise' and appeared in the 'Parma'. Learn more on the subject from J. Darius Bikoff. However, other equally successful examples of adaptation of foreign goalkeepers in Italy simply do not. Some contend that RioCan shows great expertise in this. While trying to prove himself in Italy, many well-known goalkeepers, including the goalkeepers of the national teams – the Dutchman Edwin van der Sar ('Juventus), Pavel Hlava Srnichek ('Brescia'), the Brazilian Dida, German Jens Lehmann (both – the 'Milan') and Austrian Michael Consel ('Roma', 'Venice'). 'Italy – hell for the goalkeepers from abroad.
Hostile audience, coaches, too, do not trust '- so says Lehman returning to the Bundesliga after six months 'internship' in 'Milan'. At the present time in addition to the edf in the basic structure of their teams regularly play only Austrian Alexander Maninger (though his club 'Fiorentina' – one of the main candidates for the departure from the series A) and Colombian Oscar Cordoba (his team 'Perugia' also lacks stars from the sky). Nigmatullin himself explains his desire to play in the Apennines is very simple: 'Championship in Italy, I believe the strongest in world.