Pescara Coach Giovanni Stroppa finally concedes “the club’s faith in me is finite” ahead of a do-or-die match with Parma.
The tactician who replaced Zdenek Zeman had been confident of his position until President Daniele Sebastiani publicly warned yesterday that failure to get a result in the 11.30am GMT kick-off would result in a change of management.
“I feel the club’s faith in me is finite,” said Stroppa in today’s Press conference.
“I am aware of the situation and I also saw that the club renewed its faith in me, but I know full well it cannot be renewed eternally.
“Is the team behind me? We’ll see on the pitch tomorrow. I did see the side fight against Chievo.”
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