Roma manager believes ‘every match is different’ in Italian football, as Serie A ‘is mainly strategic’.
The Portuguese who has experienced Portuguese football managing
before taking up his current role as manager of As
, Tol Quarantena da Bola on YouTube:
“I felt good in all the clubs I have been in, even those where I wasn’t very successful.”
“Aside from the results, I have always created excellent relationships with the people who worked with me.”
Former Shakhtar Donetsk boss admitted Serie A has taught him to ‘appreciate’ different aspects of the game.
“We have an image of Italian football as a very tactical football and the reality is that it is. Every match is a different story.
“This helps me understand how [Jose] Mourinho’s Inter won. I’ve always been obsessed with ball possession and here I learned to appreciate other moments, such as the attacking transitions.
“The game in Italy is mainly strategic.”
About the addition of VAR, Fonseca said:
“VAR brought truth to the results. An offside is always offside, even for two centimetres.”