Having been replaced by Fabio Liverani ahead of Parma’s change of ownership last summer, D’Aversa returned to succeed his successor midway through the 2020/21 Serie A season, but was unable to keep the Crociati in the top flight.
— Kyle J. Krause (@Kyle_J_Krause) May 27, 2021
Maresca’s playing career saw him play in Spain, Greece, England and Italy, picking up a number of trophies along the way.
His post-playing career has seen him take secondary roles at clubs, having been an assistant at both Ascoli and West Ham, while holding a role of technical assistant at Sevilla.
Maresca’s most recent work came as Manchester City Under-23 coach, where he won the Premier League 2 title.