Romagnoli: "Our Team Recognizes That We Could Have Done Better In Terms Of Our Defense As A Whole. Our Ultimate Objective Should Be To Minimize The Number Of Goals We Concede."

At the press conference, on the eve of Feyenoord-Lazio, the Biancoceleste defender Alessio Romagnoli spoke:

"Our start in the championship has not been ideal, but there is still a long path ahead of us. Despite the challenges, we have been able to maintain a positive momentum and are now up against a formidable opponent in a challenging environment. It is important to acknowledge our capabilities and remain mindful of them as we move forward."

"Describing emotions can be difficult, but playing for Lazio is already a fulfilling experience. The opportunity to compete in the Champions League amplifies that enjoyment even further. Undoubtedly, it is the most prestigious competition in the world, with every match being a thrilling experience. It is a dream come true to participate in such an event. However, I have to compartmentalize my emotions and focus on performing at my best every time I step onto the field."

"To avoid ending with scoreless matches, it is imperative that we exercise caution. Our team recognizes that we could have done better in terms of our defense as a whole. Our ultimate objective should be to minimize the number of goals we concede. From my perspective, our errors were not a result of physical fatigue, but rather a lack of sharpness. We have since made improvements to our strategies. It's common for players to experience some degree of fatigue during the beginning stages of a season."

"I try to give everything I have and maintain a constant drive towards my goals. As individuals of an older age, we must serve as models for those around us."

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