Como, Cutrone: The goal is clear – to advance to Serie A

Patrick Cutrone, the striker for Como football club, has opened up about his dreams and experiences with the team in an interview with La Gazzetta dello Sport.

Cutrone’s ambitious goals are crystal clear. “The objective is clear: to go to Serie A,” he says. The striker has high hopes for his team and is determined to help his club to get promoted to Italy’s top-tier league, Serie A.

Discussing the differences between the club’s former coach Longo and the current coach, Cesc Fabregas, the young striker recognises that both have their unique strategies. The results under Longo were promising with the team continuously growing and achieving second place. Fabregas, taking over, has managed to change the setting phase without distorting the winning elements Longo brought, as described by Cutrone in his interview with La Gazzetta dello Sport.

The striker also mentioned the unexpectedness of the coach’s change, quoting, “It was unexpected. The company immediately explained the choice to us and we continued to give our best, trying to understand the needs of the new coach, who we already knew having played with him before.” This statement also reflects the adaptability of the team towards new changes and their commitment to understand and work with the new coach for the team’s better performance.

Staying hopeful for the future, Cutrone is set to push his limits and pave the way for the team to reach Serie A. With interesting changes happening within the club and the strong determination from the players, one can anticipate an exciting season for Como.

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