ROME – A day to forget for the Giallorossi fans. At dawn the newspapers arrive on newsstands and immediately, as soon as they wake up, the Roma fan stumbles on the interview of the Gazzetta dello Sport to Antonio Conte. Just him. The former captain of Juventus so hated and now become the true forbidden dream in Rome. Summary of the interview? Conte kicks the fans' dreams and rejects the sender's offer bench: "Today the conditions are not there but I think one day, sooner or later, I will go to coach Roma". Already. Today the conditions are not there. But what are these conditions? He had listed them a few lines before: "I want to affect, because I am very strict with myself. Then I have a problem: victory. Which I feel is the goal of my work. The path to get there is made of work, sacrifice, unity of purpose, of thinking with us and not with the self. I do not know others. I must have the perception that I can beat anyone. I have to feel that winning is possible. Otherwise, without problems, I can continue to remain still ”.
Clearly, therefore, Conte was unable to offer him what Conte wanted more than anything: to feel that winning is possible. Or at least that's how the good Count intended. Goodbye Count.
A few hours pass and the Giallorossi fan, abandoned the Gazzetta on the sofa, opens his smartphone and runs into another bad, very bad news.
Which? It seems that Zaniolo, in a nightclub twenty kilometers from Massa, confessed to his friends that he would like a possible transfer to Juventus: "If I go to Juve next year? I'm fine at Roma, but who wouldn't go to Juve? But then the Rome decides ". This is the quoted quotation mark. Nothing of which, mind you. That Zaniolo wants to go to Juventus is nothing sensational. It is the norm for a 19-year-old boy who wants to get the best out of the "big" football. The problem is that Rome, at least for now, is not included in the "big" list.
Over here? No. Indeed. Just scroll through the news on your smartphone and this also appears: "Totti thinks about farewell". Immediately afterwards, at least in this case, however, comes the denial of the person concerned. That is the Captain.
But better to close the newspapers. Better to also close the cell phones and for today maybe, dear Giallorossi fan, it is better not to read anything anymore.
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Source: Blitz Quotidiano