Luca Toni has urged everyone at Verona to forget yesterday’s defeat against Sampdoria, and focus instead on Cagliari.
The Gialloblu lost 5-0 to the Bluerchiati yesterday but go to Sardinia this week looking for the three points that could take them into seventh position.
“During the season you’re always going to have good times and bad times,” he told Verona Channel.
“It’s important that after yesterday we all stick together and move on as one.
“We’ve achieved safety for another season, but that doesn’t mean we can take our foot off the gas.
“There are 10 games left to play and I think we have to do our best in every one of them.
“It would be a shame to end the season on a downer after everything we’ve achieved so far.
“Yesterday we were a sad dressing room, but we’re going to be a different team on Wednesday.”
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