Totti: “If I feel good, why should I retire?”


Roma captain Francesco Totti spoke to Sky Sport and touched upon his future and more:

“My future? In football, nothing is obvious, especially if you think back to last year, when I was taken as finished, a forty year old who had to hang up his boots. In this working environment it is often the case, especially when things do not go your way and then everyone is free to express what they think, always on the right terms and in the best way. I have faith in my head and in my body and I think I can still give something to the team, so if I’m OK, why should I have to retire?”

“Juve? Unfortunately, it does not depend on us because they are the first and we must be competitive from all points of view. We must be more nasty when we encounter the smaller teams. Unfortunately, we lack the grit and nastiness, we lack the tenacity to be truly a great team. And that’s the difference with Juventus, who when they play Bologna or Chievo and perform poorly they still win. I think this is the strength of Juventus, they have the ability to never give up. They take the pitch hungry, truly believing they can win every match.”

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