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‘Roma haven’t stopped talking about Derby’ – Tammy Abraham

Thu 23 September 2021 | 23:10

Tammy Abraham reaffirmed his special connection with Roma fans by singing the club anthem and admits he understands the significance of Rome Derby as people have not stopped talking about it since he arrived.

Tammy Abraham

's first-half strike earned

Roma

a fragile 1-0 victory over

Udinese

on Thursday night to send them fourth in Serie A.

The former

Chelsea

striker believes the victory against Udinese was the best way to make up for the 3-2 loss to

Hellas Verona

last week.

“After a loss, I think it’s the best way we could’ve come out today, to show the fans we were sorry for the loss,”

the former Chelsea striker told

DAZN

.

“It was a good performance. We had to defend very well, it was tough, give credit to the boys for all their hard work.”

Abraham has just arrived at the Stadio Olimpico, but he is already a fan favorite.

“I knew there was a lot of pressure with me coming in, but I love the fans, the staff, they make me feel like family from the first day and I need to repay them.

“I came here to win, I love to win, the boys look to me, I have to give them confidence and hopefully we’ll continue getting results.”

He was spotted singing along to the Roma club anthem before kick-off.

“I know some of the lyrics, it’s an amazing song, every time you hear the fans sing it’s wonderful.”

Abraham will face

Lazio

in the Derby della Capitale on Sunday, but he already knows the significance of the game.

“They haven’t stopped talking about it since the first day! I am ready, the boys will be ready, I can only imagine how the fans are going to be on Sunday. As I said, I’m ready for it.”


source: SportMob

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