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Paulo Fonseca becomes the latest to criticise Italian government decree: “I don’t understand why you can run in parks full of people but not train at Trigoria.”

Speaking to Teleradiostereo, Roma manager Paulo Fonseca discussed the Italian government’s controversial decision to push back the resumption of club training sessions to the 18th of May, as well as his impressions of managing in the capital.

“I don’t understand why you can run in parks full of people but not train at Trigoria [Roma training ground], where the possiblity is there to work securely. We have three pitches, which are safer than going to a park. The conditions are all there, at Trigoria.”

“I’ve fallen in love with Roma. Not just the club, but the city too. It’s a unique feeling/ The city is the most beautiful in the world. What I’m living through at Roma, with these fans and the atmosphere there is is unique. The club is very well organised, there is a positive atmosphere and people here are well prepared.”

“That’s not easy to find for a manager. People here and fantastic with me and my family. I’m grateful and proud to be the manager here.”

 

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