Roma Manager Eusebio Di Francesco is going to make changes for tomorrow’s game against Bologna ahead of a busy Giallorossi schedule.
Saturday’s match against Bologna is the first of four in ten days for Di Francesco’s side. La Magica are looking to secure third place position in Serie A, but are mainly attempting to shock the footballing world and progress through over Barcelona for a place in the Champions League semi-finals.
Di Francesco spoke about Roma’s Bologna game in his Press Conference today.
“Our heads must only be geared for Bologna, I have little interest in the rest.
“It’s crucial that we maintain our position in the table. Dzeko or Schick? I have to make some assessments because we have four very important games in 10 days, but we’ll make the right changes tomorrow.
“I have to make physical and mental assessments, also taking into account their international commitments”.
“Dzeko or Schick will play as the striker. As for who plays out wide, it’ll be two out of El Shaarawy, Gerson and Perotti, with the first being the favourite.
“I’d rather have kept Schick here, but sometimes the mental aspect can make the difference. We’ll see if that’s the case tomorrow”.
Di Francesco is squaring off against his son, Federico who plays for Bologna and the Lupi Manager commented on this.
“Federico has grown a lot, but he must find himself again and improve if he’s not doing very well because he has the quality to succeed and do better than me.
“I wish Di Francesco good luck, but maybe as of next week”.