Sassuolo’s Dionisi on Mourinho: I Said What I Had To

Alessio Dionisi, the coach of Sassuolo, is gearing up for a challenging Serie A match against Cagliari. His remarks were made during a press conference ahead of the game.

Dionisi acknowledged the difficulty of the upcoming match, but also highlighted its significant importance. He said, “Tomorrow’s game is definitely tough and at the same time very important.” His comment was on the significance of this direct clash and the many such clashes remaining till the end of the year. He emphasized professing the determination necessary to face them, knowing ‘fortunes are made at home’ for their rivals.

The coach surprised everyone by dropping this analytic gem, “Cagliari has earned seven points in their last three home games out of ten earned overall, they have won eight at home. These numbers are crucial for a team with survival as their objective.” He then went on referring to Sassuolo’s recent defeat that caught everyone off-guard, “We are coming from a defeat that left a bitter taste in our mouth, we didn’t deserve it and we were left with ten players too early. We haven’t moved up the chart, which remains our goal tomorrow.”

Dionisi had some words regarding the recent Mourinho incident as well. Without getting too explicit, he alluded to the events in the post-match context. “Everything I had to say, I said in the post-match. I felt obligated and willing to do so, to defend what I do, what I believe in and the colors I represent, the players I coach. There was no need to defend them, but the word belongs to me and it was right to assert everything that was appropriate in front of a microphone.”

Dionisi’s conviction is clear, underlining his purpose as a coach and reinforcing his commitment to his team and the game itself.

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