"Restarting with the mindset we had in the first round"
Just over a week since the championship restarted, coach William Viali met the press this morning. After giving the latest updates on the trainings, still conditioned by Covid-19 protocols and outbreaks, he stated: "These days, I’m missing not being able to hang out in the dressing rooms: the boys leave immediately to go home and take a shower, and this has affected our routine. On the other hand, it is weird to train with the next match scheduled so distant but, having said that, it has been going smoothly and well-paced. In addition, this long stop allowed some of the players with physical problems to fully recover". Mister Viali did not hide the desire to "restart playing as we did in the first round, perhaps adding some strength to our performance now, as the next matches will be more on the defense and more complicated. Would I sign to get to 39 points in the second half of the season too? Our mindset remains to bring home as much as we can but, if a goal is to be set, then it is only fair now it to be practical and reachable: today it is to stay in the third place and it won’t be easy because the other teams have good players, set to win. If this drive to defend our spot makes us go strong enough to challenge the teams ahead of us, then we will be able to think of raising the bar."
Viali: "Team chemistry is an important factor"
Nel corso della conferenza stampa di questa mattina William Viali ha parlato di ciò che potrà accadere durante il mercato di gennaio
The Bianconeri waste and fall: Gubbio-Cesena 4-1
Nel primo tempo i ragazzi di mister Viali sprecano sei volte la palla del vantaggio e nella ripresa la gara cambia volto
Co-presidents Lewis and Aiello meet the team and the staff
Insieme a loro Corrado Augusto Patrignani e Massimo Agostini che siederà nel consiglio di amministrazione
“There is no Cesena without its fans”
Un ruolo determinante per il Cesena del futuro lo avranno i sostenitori del club, dei quali John Aiello ha tessuto le lodi
"The club must be self-sufficient"
Il neo copresidente Robert Lewis ha spiegato le ragioni che hanno spinto lui e John Aiello a entrare nel mondo del calcio e, in particolar modo, nel Cesena