Former Roma player and UEFA director Zbigniew Boniek was asked about Roma’s recent fall from grace in the 4-0 defeat in Udine.
“Udinese was the kind of game that was never meant to right to begin with,” Boniek told La Gazzetta dello Sport. “You also had plenty of bad luck.”
“Mou is right in saying it’s better to lose a game 4-0 than four games 1-0,” he added.
“Whenever Roma step on the pitch, they need maximum concentration. It’s a good team but it doesn’t have any real champions. The difference with Juventus or with another team that has the stars that can solve the game is precisely this.”
“Dybala is getting better and better. He’s finding the right physical condition. He can become a real positive force for the Giallorossi.”