Ex-Roma goalkeeper Julio Sergio: “I’m privileged because of the respect I received from Roma supporters.”

Former Roma shot-stopper Julio Sergio was asked to speak about his past with the Giallorossi in a recent interview with Teleradiostereo.

“When I was at Roma there were many Brazilians,” he said. “[Rodrigo] Taddei was a brother to me. At one point there were eight of us, there were a lot of us and that helps in the dressing room.”

“I also had a great time with Burdisso, he was a great person. Panucci taught me a lot, Totti was always available.”

“But before the locker room was different. Now everyone picks up the phone and doesn’t talk to each other.”

“The biggest regret with Roma – the 15 minutes of the Roma-Sampdoria match that changed everything.”

“I came to Rome to audition and today I have the respect of the whole city.”

“I’m privileged, because what this city and these people in Rome gave me is much more than what I gave them.”

“Feeling people’s affection and respect is the most important thing and I just have to thank everyone.”

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