Torino Coach Walter Mazzarri warns “Frosinone will play the game of their lives” tomorrow night.
The Canarini haven’t won a Serie A match yet or even scored a goal, but the Granata boss doesn’t expect an easy game at the Stadio Grande Torino.
“Frosinone will play the game of their lives,” Mazzarri warned in his pre-match Press conference.
“[Moreno] Longo is doing a good job, I saw their last game against Genoa and they didn’t deserve to lose. We have to think about our game and doing our best.
“We’ve been getting it wrong in first halves, like against Inter, Napoli and Chievo.
“Our young players must learn that they’re at a club where they want to become important and consequently all 11 have to go on to the pitch in a certain way and maintain that attitude from the first minute to the last.
“I’d like us to start tomorrow as we ended the last half hour in Verona. If we do that then Frosinone will struggle.
“Tomorrow will be a battle and I want our crowd, as passionate and wonderful as it has been, to support us tomorrow.
“We need to overcome this test of maturity and I’m curious to see if my lads want the victory at all costs.
“Frosinone are coming out of a ritiro, and as with all teams in this situation they’ll play the game of their lives.
“We know that, but I have faith in my squad. If we can match Frosinone in terms of motivation, which we should do because we’re very motivated, then we’ll cause them problems.”
Mazzarri was also asked if Iago Falque will start tomorrow.
“You know the esteem I have for him, but he’s coming back from an injury and I don’t want to lose him.
“Today and tomorrow we’ll evaluate who will play from the start.”