Roma, Mourinho vents: ‘Fans will be our strikers’

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Roma, Mourinho vents: ‘Fans will be our strikers’

Roma coach Jose Mourinho made a disappointed comment on the Giallorossi market on the eve of the match with Salernitana. “We all know the striker situation. For me, coming here crying is not worth it. Since we lost Tammy Abraham on June 4-5, we still haven’t done anything to compensate for this situation.”

“Director and society are doing what they can, I coach the players available. I once again ask our fans to play tomorrow as strikers, we need them. We have been working well all week this week. I also ask the fans who are protesting about the flags to come anyway. I trust the boys.”

On the arrivals of Paredes and Sanchez: “They will help us because they have quality but they are not ready to play with us not knowing our principles and dynamics. I am happy with Paredes, he is a player I have liked for a long time. The only positive note of his last season was winning the World Cup, while it did not go well with Juventus.”

On Matic’s farewell: “I think he is the one who has to say something. After hearing the words of the Rennes sporting director, we don’t need to say anything else. He said he had been talking to us for more than a month and what more can I add, there is nothing to say.”

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