For Zdenek Zeman, the legendary footballer shouldn’t have left the team after 30 years connected somehow with them.
After 30 years with the club, legendary Roma footballer Francesco Totti has said goodbye to the team he loves.
And for former Giallorossi manager Zdenek Zeman, the player should have stayed at Roma.
“Totti should have always remained in Rome, unfortunately, there were situations that did not allow him to stay,” Zeman told Calcio Mercato.
“Fonseca must first of all have to learn the language, but it won’t be a problem. As the problem of Rome is not who is on the bench, but the company.”
“I found myself badly with this management, in fact despite the Coppa Italia final, my adventure did not end well,” he added.
“But I was exonerated for some statements in which I demanded respect for the rules and organization. They had said they would all go away, nobody did.”
On Franco Baldini, Zeman said: “He was influential like now. He entered so many things, even in medical evaluations.”
“I did not want the intrusion of other people because I always did everything himself.”
“The farewell Totti puts it on the market. I hope to choose a suitable situation for him in which it can help to improve something,” he concluded.
Not a chance. 100% false. In the history of our ownership, that possibly takes the gold medal for the dumbest comment I’ve read. https://t.co/AuyltO1mjX
— Jim Pallotta (@jimpallotta13) June 18, 2019