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Il tecnico della Roma ha le idee chiare per il 2004: "Non rinunciamo a nessuno obiettivo. Possiamo vincere scudetto, coppa Italia e Uefa". >>

The manager of Roma has clear ideas for 2004: "I won't give up on any of the objectives. We can win the scudetto, Coppa Italia and UEFA."


ROMA, 30 dicembre 2003 - Fabio Capello, il vincente: "Non voglio rinunciare a nessun obiettivo e l'augurio che faccio per il 2004 è rivolto ai tifosi della Roma: sarebbe bello festeggiare insieme un nuovo scudetto". L'allenatore giallorosso non nasconde a i suoi propositi di vittoria nel 2004, parla dell'anno passato e lo trova "buono perché nel girone di ritorno dello scorso campionato siamo andati bene", ne vuole un altro memorabile e spiega dove stanno i segreti della sua Roma da record, prima in classifica da sola. "Tutto è nato quest'estate a Irdning, nel ritiro austriaco di precampionato. Dal primo giorno ho visto nei giocatori uno spirito nuovo, un'enorme voglia di rivincita: non eravamo contenti di com'era andata la stagione, non eravamo contenti di stare fuori dalla Champions League. Avevamo voglia di tornare protagonisti". >>>>>

Basically he says this scudetto would be for the Roma tifosi, whom he wants to celebrate a new scudetto with. He said last season was good for Roma because it prepared them; then first day in Austria at training camp he saw a new spirit and an enormous new will to win from the players. They weren't happy with how the season had gone, being outside the CL and they wanted to be protagonists again.

- from Capello interview in Tuesday's Gazzetta.

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"Non voglio rinunciare a nessun obiettivo e l'augurio che faccio per il 2004 è rivolto ai tifosi della Roma, Possiamo vincere scudetto, coppa Italia e Uefa".

Seems he wants to win everything...Scudetto...Coppa Italia...UEFA. :eek: :D

Scudetto most probably is the more obtainable or Coppa Italia. I don't know why but I just don't rate Roma's chances in UEFA Cup. :)
 

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Capello rejects Azzurri option Tuesday 30 December, 2003

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Roma¡¦s Fabio Capello has ruled himself out as a possible contender to replace Giovanni Trapattoni as Italy boss.

The latter is expected to step down after the 2004 European Championships and the search for his successor is already on.

Juventus boss Marcello Lippi has again recently reiterated that he is interested in the Azzurri post. But Capello, another reported target for the FIGC, is not so keen.

"I would prefer to have another experience abroad," he told ¡¥Roma Channel¡¦ television on Tuesday.

"I don¡¦t think the Italy job right now is that stimulating. That position would see me become more of a selector than a Coach."

The former Milan boss is contracted with the Stadio Olimpico outfit until 2005 but has clear ideas about his future.

"I had a great time in Spain with Real Madrid and I¡¦m looking for another experience like that," he added.

Capello has also been linked with both Barcelona and Manchester United in recent times.

However, a move to the Premiership with the Old Trafford outfit looks unlikely with Sir Alex Ferguson set to be handed a contract extension in the near future.

The tactician was also linked with the England job before the FA opted for Lazio¡¦s Sven Goran Eriksson.

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