The defender has too much respect for his former side, thus, if he scores against the Giallorossi, he won't celebrate.
Panucci spent nine years at the Eternal City, and joined the Ducali only this summer.
"Sunday will be a particular match for me," affirmed the 36-year-old to ForzaRoma.info. "Roma was the most important football team of my career.
"I will be playing against them, and will try to honor the Parma guernsey.
"I have a lot of respect for my past. I will be very happy if I score - like a child - but won't be in the mood to celebrate," Panucci concluded.
Fifth place will be taking on fourth when the match is played on Sunday.
Rick D'Andrea, Goal.com
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