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ITALY/ UDINESE, Pozzo: "We hold on"

17.09.2012 13.46 by TM W  read 848
Source: Udinese.it
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Gianpaolo Pozzo comforting after the away game in Siena where Udinese, after a 2-0 lead, must feel content with a draw. The first question is about the referee, Andrea De Marco, who red-carded Lazzari at the beginning of the second half: “It was another incident on our path. There was no need to red-card him, but luck’s not on our side lately. I am confident in the future”.

What do you think of the team?
“Today’s point is a good one, and it’s been conquered away. Being one man down was a complication for us, and only after Lazzari’s expulsion Siena started to believe in recovery. Let’s hold on”.

How are the new signings adjusting in?
“They are all talented but they still need some time to adjust in Italian football. They need time but I’m confident. I think we have what it takes to succeed”.

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