Rudi Garcia Sad Roma Adventure Ended Too Early
Sacked Roma coach Rudi Garcia has thanked the club’s fans and staff, while rueing the very fact his spell in control found what he felt would be a premature finish.
The 51-year-old brought they to consecutive second-place finishes in Serie A in the first couple of seasons in the helm, getting formerly led Lille to some double of Ligue 1 and also the Coupe de France this year-11.
But he was axed on Wednesday following a run of just one win in 10 matches, with Luciano Spalletti coming back towards the club to exchange him on Thursday.
Garcia leaves Roma fifth within the table after 19 matches with a challenging tie against Real Madrid within the Champions League round of 16 in the future.
The Giallorossi happen to be from the Coppa Italia, getting lost in your own home to Serie B side Spezia recently.
Following his sacking, Garcia authored on Twitter: “I must wish best wishes to my players, staff and everybody who works at Roma.
“I am going away with a few great recollections from the occasions we shared. From the professional and personal perspective, it had been an excellent adventure, although one which ended too early.
“Best wishes to each single Roma fan. Always remember: ‘Don’t question Roma, really love the club.’ And That I deeply love this club. FORZA ROMA FOREVER!”
Roma host bottom-of-the-table Verona in Spalletti’s first match in charge on Sunday.