Fiorentina, Italian: “Undeserved defeat, losing like this hurts. Future? I’ll talk to the club”

There is great disappointment at Fiorentina, after yet another lost final in recent years. This evening Olympiacos celebrated and one was disappointed Vincenzo Italiano spoke to the microphones of Sky:

How much does this defeat hurt?
“It’s sorry. Even today we had many situations to take the lead and equalize on the last ball. We fought, we sweated, we played against a team that doesn’t allow you to play a good game. It’s sad because for the umpteenth time we didn’t We deserve to lose a match like this. It’s a big disappointment, unfortunately we still don’t have the malice to bring home a victory in such an important match. We’re sorry for the boys, but this is football.

Did you expect something different from your players?
“They were all ready and concentrated. These are matches in which you may not have the impact you would like. Everyone who took to the pitch gave what they could give. Things are going badly for us in these finals, we can’t find the inspiration we have to It goes like this, it’s very disappointing. Everyone tried to give their best, the boys wanted to demonstrate, I said it too, once again defeated in the final. It hurts.”

Does leaving like this hurt even more?
“Losing always hurts. Getting to the end is a great merit, but we didn’t manage to lift a trophy. It’s part of the growth process, even if the path is tarnished a little when you see the boys crying. We were convinced in a different epilogue compared to last year”

His future?
“At this moment I too am too disappointed and sorry because I was the first to believe it. On Sunday we have another match in Bergamo then the season will end and I will speak with the club.”

Is there some lack of management skills?
“Maybe in extra time tiredness or not risking something more had an impact a little, but up until extra time the team did what it had to do. We could have managed a few more balls, perhaps looking for Ikone and Beltran a little more Then tiredness and fear didn’t allow us to be clear-headed and unfortunately we lost that too.”