Cagliari "greets" Zenga, Giulini: "Di Francesco first choice"
The rossoblù patron: "disappointment for the thirteenth place"
Cagliari "changes coach", Eusebio Di Francesco is in pole position.
President Tommaso Giulini gave Walter Zenga a good serve a few minutes before the whistle for the start of the match against Milan at San Siro.
"We had the hope of remaining attached to places for Europe - Giulini explains to" Sky Sport "- and there is disappointment: finding ourselves in the year of the centenary in thirteenth place is not satisfactory. We decided to start with a new project. Di Francesco? It could be our first choice. "
"Too few points. Since I became president, the dream has always been to live a season of the Centenary different from this one, and we cannot be satisfied, despite the great first round with Maran and the salvation immediately conquered by Zenga. We should both give the merits and thank them, but we thought deeply and decided to start again with great and renewed enthusiasm in a new project. We will certainly have to set up a team that is up to and competitive, taking advantage of this year's experience, because you have to learn from the mistakes, and clearly the responsibilities have to be divided among all, society in primis as it should be, "said Maran again.
And then again on the hypothesis Di Francesco: "You are too curious, but we can say that we thought about it and that it is our first choice".
Then the president of Cagliari returned to the topic, very dear to him, of stadiums without audiences. "It is sad to see the stadiums still empty, and above all to learn that there is no plan to reopen them in the next season - says Giulini -. We cannot go on like this, a great job has been done by Minister Spadafora and the president of Dal Pino League to start this season and end it. I think everyone should be given credit for being successful, because for all the fans and fans it was important to find football even if not in the ideal conditions. But now it is important to work to change things quickly, so it's not football and I think there are conditions to reopen the stadiums at least partially. "
(Unioneonline / F)