Bruno: I’ll never be too tired to play

Chasing silverware is what makes the no.18 tick and his drive to succeed is always evident in his interviews.

When you consider the way the tie turned around so quickly in the first leg, with Roma leading at the half-time break, it is obvious there can be no complacency with a place in the final later this month in Gdansk in our sights.

“I think we have to approach the game well,” he explained. “We know the qualities they have and what they caused us in the first half so we have to go there, not giving them any hope or chance to believe that they can change the result.

“I think we have great players but, anyway, it doesn’t matter who plays. We have qualities and everyone can do something for the team, everyone can score, everyone, if they have a chance, can do really well. It doesn’t matter who plays, everyone will be ready.”


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