Fonseca looking for continuity. Roma can improve next season

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Fonseca spoke ahead of Juventus-Roma and highlighted that his team expresses a lot of his football credo. He is thinking of the clash against Sevilla.

The Serie A 2019-20 is almost over! 90 more minutes at the Allianz stadium in Turin before the Europa League clash against Sevilla. Juventus-Roma will not be important for the Serie A standings but both Sarri and Fonseca will give an opportunity to play to those players who have had the least playing-time during the season.

In the last few weeks, Paulo Fonseca changed his tactical system and the team collected many points and showed consistency on the pitch. His 3-4-2-1 seems to be the right option for the future albeit the coach of Giallorossi clearly stated that that is not his favorite tactical system.

When asked in what percentage Roma is playing Fonseca’s football, the Portuguese coach stated that he is never satisfied even though the season was difficult.

I believe the team has a lot of my football idea. With more continuity, we will have a team with a better and more consistent performance next season.

Paulo Fonseca said ahead of Juventus-Roma from Vinovo’s training center

The coach of the Lupi wants his team to play well and win in order to make that leap in quality necessary to improve next season.

These matches [vs Juventus and Sevilla] are important to keep up with what we have done in the last period and to have ambition and winning mentality.

Paulo Fonseca stated ahead of the last Serie A match of the 2019-20 season

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A Roman between New York, Philadelphia, and Rome achieving his dreams. Persistence can make extraordinary things happen. Editor of AS ROMA 360 | Collaborated with Calciomercato.it & Calcio e Finanza | Reported on Major League Soccer | Featured on Bleacher Report & OneFootball EN.

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