His footballing philosophy, aimed at attacking and attacking the opponent, a philosophy he finds in Paulo Fonseca, today coach of his former Roma:
“For me it has always been an attraction to play offensive football, a football in which you score goals, go on the attack and challenge your opponent. Fonseca brought this attacking football, he wants to play offensive football and has a clear understanding of the plan he wants to carry out. He was also good at adapting to our championship and something changed it. If they work it will make the public in Rome enjoy enjoyable football in all respects.
The former Roma and Inter coach also speaks about Edin Dzeko:
“Dzeko has the completeness of the characteristics of an attacker, you can ask him anything. When he comes he knows how to keep the ball, change direction and take it away. Inside the area he attacks the depth and is good at asserting his physical worth, he is fast, he’s good at head and with both feet. He’s a fantastic footballer. ”
On the resumption of the championship he closes:
“From the top of these stairs the show that I expect to see and that I saw in this shot is a very high quality football because in our league we have all the characteristics to send an important message in the world. Football is truly the tool for put things right after the bad times people have gone through in the world. ”