Frosinone Coach Marco Baroni revealed his “desire to keep this job grows every day” even after their relegation to Serie B.
The Canarini host Udinese today with nothing more than pride to play for and the situation was already desperate when this Coach took over in December.
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“Udinese are a much more physical team than us, they are a bigger side, but on the field, we have a slight advantage as we have been running more than the opposition lately,” said Baroni in his Press conference.
“It will be an important game for us as we play at home and want to do well for the fans. We will only think about this season until May 26, when we finish up these last three games.
“Unconsciously there might be a lack of motivation, but we must challenge that. The desire to keep this job grows in me every day, but there will be the time and place to work out with the club whether I’ll stay or not.
"Our goal for the rest of the season is to pick up as many points as we can. My job now is to evaluate the squad and I want to look at some players that don’t always play.
“Marcello Trotta and Luka Krajnc always put in the effort in training and I value them like all the others, but perhaps they will get a chance against Udinese.
“Francesco Bardi will play in goal, as Marco Sportiello is suspended. I am considering a change in midfield, if Luca Paganini is fit, then he will play and so too will Paolo Sammarco.
“Federico Viviani did well in training, but still isn’t fit enough to play, while Mirko Gori and Raman Chibsah are also out.”