By Joe Avicolli
Roma forward Adem Ljajic has revealed that the Lupi will try their hardest to earn a victory in their upcoming home match against Napoli on Saturday.
The Giallorossi haven’t won in their past seven Serie A games in Rome, with their last victory at home coming in a 4-2 triumph over Inter on November 30, and the 23-year-old understands that the capital city club’s recent slump has been very frustrating for the team’s fans.
Ljajic spoke to Sky Sport Italia about his determination to do well in the clash with the Partenopei at the Stadio Olimpico and commented on the tension felt between the Roma and Napoli fans.
“It is always important for us to play well in front of our home fans,” said the Serbian international.
“In theory, it should be easier for us to do better at the Olimpico, but it hasn’t been,
“Hopefully on Saturday we can finally find the home win that we’ve been desperately searching for in recent months.
“The possible tension between the supporters? We must remember that we’re talking about a football game. The public come to the stadium only to watch the game.
“I hope nothing bad happens and that it’s only a day of good football.”