Garcia Will not Give Up in Rome
Rome – Roma Although in the middle of the spotlight and his future is being speculated, Rudi Garcia stressed they will not give up. The Giallorossi coach invites players to rise up.
Rome is going through a difficult period following the poor results throughout 2015. They only won four times since the new year in 17 games. In that period they lost three times and the remaining balance.
Because the results that they were eliminated in the quarter-finals of the Coppa Italia, also stopped in the last 16 of the Europa League. In Serie A, although still occupy second place standings, chances to win the Scudetto already very thin. They left behind 14 points from Juventus at the top.
I Lupi even threatened by Lazio in the top three. Both are separated only one digit. Great pressure was carried in 11 weeks. Protests from supporters after being hit by Fiorentina 0-3 in the last match, which ensures they are stalled in the Europa League, as exacerbating the atmosphere.
Garcia urged his team to continue compact and soon rise. He wanted Rome returned to winning ways when they travel to the headquarters of Cesena, Monday (03/23/2015) pm dawn.
“We’re only going to rise from this difficult moment to stick together and to be honest, we should be much nearer to each other than ever before. Now we must focus on the most important task, namely against Cesena and get back to winning ways,” said Garcia told Football Italy.
“Does this team have the right attitude? Of course, yes. The quality of a main group looks at difficult moments.”
“I have always struggled to overcome the risks were satisfied with what obtained in the past. Now everyone knows, they must mobilize all abilities. We have to fight, together,” he added.
Garcia himself could not escape the spotlight. Speculated his future, along with director Walter Sabatini. But the Frenchman insists will not retreat.
“Of course I will stay here until the end of the contract. I’m not going to stop. I’m here to win. Maybe not this year, but still there is a future,” he continued.
“At the end of the season the club and I will conclude the situation. But the players know exactly what the motivation and targets me,” the 51-year-old coach.
Despite saying it will not retreat, Garcia has previously said that if it is no longer wanted by the club and the supporters, he is ready to go. So far fans more direct pressure to the players, instead of Garcia.