By Joe Avicolli
Roma boss Rudi Garcia has reportedly held an intimate meeting with his players following their training session on Monday in order to discuss the team’s future.
The Giallorossi have been stuck in quite a funk since the start of 2015, which continued with their goalless draw against Chievo on Sunday, as nine out of their 14 games in all competitions have resulted in a tie and it seems like the capital city club’s coach understands that these final two months of the campaign will play a very important part in determining whether or not he’ll remain in Rome next season.
According to Sky Sport Italia, Garcia held a private meeting at the Trigoria training ground on Monday, which was attended only by players and lasted for about an hour, so he could personally motivate his men to do their best to succeed in both the Serie A and the Europa League before the summer arrives.
Reports show that Frenchman had been noticeably upset following the disappointing result against the Flying Donkeys on Sunday, which was perhaps due to the uncertainty regarding his future at Roma, though he managed to keep it together as he looked into his players’ eyes and urged them to make positive changes on Monday.
The Stadio Olimpico outfit is now preparing to face Fiorentina next in their Europa League round of 16 first leg clash in Florence on Thursday before getting ready to host Sampdoria on March 16.