The statements of the granata technician Davide Nicola in the post-match of Spezia-Turin, match ended 4-1 in favor of the Ligurians
There is a lot to think about for Toro, who were defeated 4-1 by Spezia after the 0-7 against Milan. Salvation hangs in the balance. The grenade technician Davide Nicola comments on the performance of his team: “We are paying for emotion, not for the last game where a bad defeat came. We have done a lot to get there immediately and we want to close it immediately. This is leading to problems in managing emotions. Despite the first half, where we started a little contracted and it was to be expected, we reopened it but there the frenzy took over when we had to play with more tranquility. There is no time to talk. We have done a lot to get here and we have to make a last effort. We still have two opportunities and we will try to do everything possible to deserve a salvation that we are deserving in numbers and in the path.”
Nicola: “We have to manage the energies better”
On management problems: “There is no extra energy to bring out, but it needs to be managed better. We struggled to manage nervous energies. On an emotional level, we are too contracted, we must go back to being calm and decisive and do what we have done so far. It is not easy because we want the results with all of ourselves. The important thing is to stay focused and calm because we have the possibilities to do it. Lazio? There isn’t much to calculate now. There are two games left. Playing every two days it is difficult to manage everyone’s energy. Against Milan they played eight elevenths of the team that did well in Verona from 30 ‘onwards. They are all important to us. It becomes difficult to maintain a certain pace and energy by playing every two days. We need to play those who have always played. These guys took turns in these eighteen games giving the best of them. We must find calm and serenity. We must get rid of this fear of having to do something we want with all of ourselves but that does not pay us if we take it in these terms.“.