TURIN – “I don't want to talk about the fans' atmosphere, I am a coach. The boys know the commitment and self-sacrifice, the rest I leave to the commentators ". This is how Walter Mazzarri talks to Sky's microphones about the Turin fans' protest. "The dispute has nothing to do with football, there are other mechanisms below – he says about the whistles that concern, in particular, the coach and the president Urban Cairo – My future? I don't think about it, I think about Sassuolo and to do my best with this team, which I thank because it has proven to be a group even today ”.
"I'm happy with what I'm doing – adds the granata coach – We made 27 points, which are worth more than last year because the teams have improved and all play a thousand". Then a joke about Verdi, who did not like the substitution in the second half: "He lost energy, he started to lose the ball, and I changed him – explains Mazzarri – If he was wrong in his behavior he will get a fine, as it should be, also out of respect for the comrade who entered. "
“This team is to be commended for heart and soul. Just to be whistled, if we deserve it, but during the matches I think the fans should support us ”.
Captain Belotti, after Sirigu, holds out his hand to the grenade people.
"It is not easy for many kids to hear the whistles after a check or after a wrong pass," says the attacker about the fans' moodiness at the beginning of the season.
"Today's victory is very important, because it gives us continuity," notes the player at the end of the match against Bologna, the third success in a week after those against Rome and Genoa. “Today it was not easy to play against Bologna. The conditions in this field should be improved – he underlines taking another consideration of Sirigu – but we have it and we must keep it that way ”.
Belotti is doing well and today's performance also proves it.
“I am happy with my performances, then if all the goals are gained – he concludes – Immobile? He is continuing to score.
Getting to play the European championship will be something important. "
Source: Blitz Quotidiano