De Rossi: “I do want to become a manager but the pandemic delayed everything.”


Roma legend Daniele De Rossi appeared on Italian television show “Propaganda Live” on channel LA7 and discussed a variety of topics, including his plans following his retirement.

He began, “Right now I’m formally an ex-footballer and a full-time father.”

”I do want to become a manager, but the pandemic changed everything. I was thinking of traveling around to learn for a year and a half. I returned in January from Argentina and then everything happened with COVID.”

”Football during the pandemic? These results aren’t irregular in any way, though, they won’t be remembered as some of the best seasons in football.”

“This past season is perhaps a little distorted — some teams completely went in reverse of their previous performances.”

”Everyone is starting in the same boat, though, whoever is the luckiest to have the least amount of positive cases will have the most complete team.”

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