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INTER MILAN, Sensi: "We have one of the best coach all around the world"

16.09.2019 18.31 by Claudio Colla  read 259
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Italian international midfielder and 24-year old Inter Milan powerhouse Stefano Sensi, scorer of the goal making Neroazzurri keep the ranking top on full marks, stated: “We have a great team, we are all on the same wavelength. I have worked hard during the summer, but I did not expect to make such a good start to the season. I am focused on my work, and I am on the way to being where I want to be – I want to continue in the same way. There have been some mistakes in previous years, it is not always easy playing at the San Siro, but I simply try to give my very best every time, to improve and learn as a player. You can only do this by working hard every week out on the pitch. Besides, I am the kind of person who settles into a team easily, I get along well with everyone, and like having fun with my teammates.

I am a professional, and I am only thinking about football. I rest when I need to, and I eat well. These are fundamental things to be in a good state of mind. The coach is one of the best in the world, and you need quality to work with him. Just seeing him on the bench raises the intensity. Our manager was a great player, and that's exciting; it is nice to be able to follow his lead.

We need to pick up as many points as we possibly can, and not thinking about sending a message to anyone. It will a great spectacle playing at the Camp Nou in the Champions League, for example. But we have to focus on the games that come before then, and ensure we perform in the right way. We have Slavia Prague next and we need to focus on them because it is a European competition – we will think about Milan afterwards. The Champions League is always the same – we face the strongest teams in Europe, and we must be careful, as all the teams will make it difficult for us.

I have stayed on good terms with everyone, even those in Sassuolo. Many have written to me to say hello and compliment me, as I do them. I will be happy if the seasons ends as it started! There are no limits if we continue to always improve and keep the same level of intensity throughout the entire season. We will think about winning, one game at a time though. Because we have an obligation to give our all right until the very end”.

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