Fiorentina, Rocco Commisso sends message to Inter ahead of final match

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The words of Rocco Commisso

Rocco Commisso gave an interview to ‘La Repubblica’ in which he also spoke about the Coppa Italia final against Inter, scheduled for Wednesday night at the Stadio Olimpico at 9 p.m. “When we won in Basel, I went under the guest sector with two thousand celebrating purple fans, I felt like crying – he admitted -. I hugged everyone, from Italiano to the players: they are all children to me. I can’t cry, though; after all, I’m the president. But I am also Italian, Calabrian, human.”

Then he revealed the turning point of the season: “In February I publicly took all the responsibility for that delicate moment (one point in five games,ed. ).I defended Italiano and shifted all the pressure onto me. From there everything changed. Everyone said I had to send Italiano away but I didn’t, I always believed in him.”

Finally, he sent a message to Inter and West Ham, the two opponents in the Italian Cup and Conference League finals: “They are two great teams. But we can do it. We’ve already beaten the Nerazzurri in the league, and against the big teams we’ve never been dominated. And then tomorrow we will go to the Pope, who knows.”

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