'Rome is worth ambition and madness to qualify for the Big 16'

‘Rome is worth ambition and madness to qualify for the Big 16’

'Rome is worth ambition and madness to qualify for the Big 16'

Rome – counter Feyenoord 1-1 draw at the Olimpico in the first leg of the Europa League round of 32 made the Roma must win to qualify for the second party. Was speeding is not okay, the Giallorossi are required to appear ambitious and ‘crazy’.

Rome only draw 1-1 at home to Feyenoord last week. This result makes Francesco Totti et al. in a less favorable position ahead of the second party in De Kuip, Friday (27/02/2015).

While Feyenoord just need a 0-0 draw to qualify because they have an away goal, Rome needed a win to advance to the next round. Though I Lupi himself was difficult to win lately.

In the last 10 games in all competitions, they only won twice. In that period, seven draws and one defeat picked swallowed. Note the more pressing given the three in Rome between the draw results achieved in the latest three games.

Aware faces huge challenges, Rudi Garcia demanded his team show the ambition and bold. Especially considering Feyenoord not really need to win, then there is an opportunity to look more passive host.

“A draw in the first leg means we have to score goals, although Feyenoord have quality in their squad and could play a quick counter-attacks,” said Garcia was quoted by the Italian Football.

“We have paid enough attention to them in the first game so familiar will need ambition to qualify. Will need madness too?”

“If you define it as a desire to win and the willingness to take risks, then that is what we are headed. We are determined to make it to the next round,” he said.
(Raw / NDS)