Parma offer fans chance to take on ‘final boss’ Gianluigi Buffon at Rock, Paper, Scissors after he discovers new talent



Posted Sunday, December 26, 2021 by Thesun.co.uk

PARMA are offering fans the chance to beat Gianluigi Buffon in a game of Rock, Paper, Scissors in a tournament involving five other first-team stars.

The 43-year-old goalkeeper showcased his talents in the game earlier this season after beating six of his team-mates in a row to send the dressing room crazy.

Parma offer fans chance to take on ‘final boss’ Gianluigi Buffon at Rock, Paper, Scissors after he discovers new talent
Parma are giving fans the opportunity to play the clubs stars in a game of Rock, Paper, Scissors

Parma offer fans chance to take on ‘final boss’ Gianluigi Buffon at Rock, Paper, Scissors after he discovers new talent
Goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon displayed his skill at the game earlier in the campaign

His antics sent social media into a meltdown as they joked the 2006 World Cup winner is not just the GOAT between the sticks.

And now Serie B outfit Parma are giving the club's supporters the chance to take on Buffon, who is the 'final boss' should fans get to the last stage.

Though the individual must first beat Stanko Juric, Daan Dierckx, Ange-Yoan Bonny, Simon Sohm and Valentin Mihaila before they face Buffon.

Those wishing to take part will have to bid in an auction, with the entry fee starting at £84.

Parma's website states that all money received will be donated to the Emporio Solidiale in Parma – a project aimed to tackle poverty in the city.

Players will have three chances to make their way up to face Buffon at the club's training ground.

Juventus legend Buffon, who has featured in all 18 of Parma's Serie B games this campaign, recently declared that Cristiano Ronaldo's move to Turin made the Old Lady lose their DNA.

Ronaldo linked up with the Italian giants in 2018, where he scored 101 goals in 134 games before returning to Manchester United in August.

Commenting on the Portuguese legend, Buffon told TUDN.com: “Juventus had the chance to win the Champions League the first year he arrived, which was the year I was at Paris Saint-Germain, and I couldn’t figure out what happened.

“When I returned, I worked with CR7 for two years and we did well together, but I think Juventus lost that DNA of being a team.

“We reached the Champions League final in 2017 because we were a side full of experience.

"But above all we were a single unit and there was this competition for places within the group that was very strong. We lost that with Ronaldo.”



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