Udinese coach Fabio Cannavaro: “It’s a time when nothing goes right for us.”

Andy Mattioli

Udinese boss Fabio Cannavaro reacted to his team’s loss to Roma in tonight’s 1-2 defeat at the Dacia Arena.

The newly appointed manager said in his post-match presser, “Surely even in twenty minutes it became apparent that there is some nervousness.”

“I said that they have to be calm, if I send them out on the pitch and they make mistakes it’s not their fault, but mine, it’s normal that if you’re in this situation it means that we make a lot of mistakes. Since two days ago I have been trying to limit these costly errors.”

“In the two days I changed little, also because I didn’t have time, normal that if there is continuity of errors from a certain point of view you can change. If you want to limit the damage you can try something different, we will evaluate everything, we can’t leave anything to chance.”

“It’s a period in which nothing is going well, we need to be able to put a stop to it.”

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