Pescara President Daniele Sebastiani is adamant that his club can survive in Serie A with the assistance of boss Giovanni Stroppa.
The tactician’s job is thought to be on the line after the outfit collected just eight points from eight games so far this season.
However, the Stadio Adriatico chief is adamant that the former Foggia, Lazio and Milan player has the necessary skills needed to succeed.
“We want to save ourselves,” Sebastiani noted. “And we are certain that this Pescara squad, as it is now, can stay up and with Stroppa in charge.
“We already hope for some positive answers when we play Chievo in Verona on Wednesday…”
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