Fiorentina’s Parisi: Will give our best and aim for a victory against Roma

Fiorentina’s Fabiano Parisi has spoken to the official Lega Serie A channels ahead of his team’s clash with Roma tomorrow.

Parisi dons the number 65 jersey on the field, an homage to his late father whose birth year it represents. His father was an instrumental figure in his life, making significant sacrifices to help Parisi reach his current stature in football. Unfortunately, he passed away before witnessing Parisi’s debut in Serie A.

To a statement reported by the official Lega Serie A channels, Parisi said, “It hurts, but I’m sure he’d be proud of me.”

Despite his natural inclination for the left foot, Parisi doesn’t hesitate to switch sides if the situation calls for it. He explained that the role of the full-back has evolved in recent years and it was not uncommon to play in different positions. Addressing the same, he stated, “When in need, I do what the coach asks me to.”

Speaking of the forthcoming clash against Roma, he highlighted the level of skill both teams bring to the field, suggesting the match would be a test of playing skills and managing emotions. On this point, he said: “We know that Roma has top-level players. We will do our best to secure a victory.”

Parisi remains confident that consistent efforts usually bear good results and his team needs to keep working and fighting for every match. “In football, you win and you lose. We step onto the field to fight for this badge and for the fans. We have big targets and we fight to reach them”, Parisi was quoted as saying.

As he concluded his talk with the Lega Serie A channels, the noteworthy was his resolute spirit and deep-rooted passion for football, underlining Fiorentina’s ambitious intentions and commitment towards their fans. His comments echoed a sense of commitment and determination, traits that will certainly be an asset in their imminent faceoff with Roma.

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