Giovanni Stroppa is confident Pescara “are right to keep hold of me and I feel their faith” ahead of a crunch match with Atalanta.
The Delfini look like prime candidates for relegation after losing to an Udinese side that played with 10 men for an hour.
“I am aware of the faith that the club has in my work and I feel it,” insisted Stroppa. Click here for a match preview.
“I know that it is a delicate moment for the side, but it’s not necessarily a negative one. We need to find the fire and attacking furore. This time I don’t care about the entertainment value, as we’ve got to get points.
“Pescara are right to keep hold of me, because I have the right hunger and determination. I don’t see any alternative situations.”
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