Di Francesco: “I’ll Wear the Roma Jersey With Honor Until the End”

Eusebio Di Francesco - AS Roma

The Italian coach knows that the Serie A away match against Bologna is very important for his future and that of Roma.

There are moments in which you have to work hard and silently to find the right motivations. Roma is passing through a tough period having recently lost two matches, domestically and on the international stage.

Although a defeat against Real Madrid could have been predicted, the giallorossi are not performing well in Serie A as well. Di Francesco needs to change strategy and collect points.

“We must find the fire within us, that fire that I have in me. I’m very determined,” said Di Francesco in the press conference ahead of the match against Bologna.

The Roma coach did not unveil his starting 11 for tomorrow’s match but stated that Justin Kluivert will be playing because ” this is the demonstration that even if a player sits on the stand once, he can play the next time.”

Pastore seems to be fit but the Argentine is not sure of playing in Bologna. Kolarov needs rest but perhaps this is not the right moment to play Luca Pellegrini in a very tough away game against Inzaghi‘s side, a team fighting for the relegation.

Eusebio Di Francesco believes his men still follow his way to play. “The guys have demonstrated that my football ideas led us to good results. We have to be determined otherwise we struggle altogether. I’ll wear the Roma jersey with honor until the end.”

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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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