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ITALY/ ROMA, Totti: "A future for me in the US? I honestly don’t know"

27.07.2012 10.30 by TM W  read 896
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These are the words of As Roma's striker Francesco Totti, in the press conferenze in New York.

"I've never played a game against the El Salvador national side in my career. I don’t know much about them, but I’ve been told they’re a good side with good players, so tomorrow’s game will certainly be an important one. A future for me in the USA, just like Beckham? I honestly don’t know. I’m at AS Roma at the moment and am only thinking about them. But who knows what the future holds? When does the coach tell us who plays and in which roles? He only tells us shortly before the start of the game".


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