Livorno coach: Genoa is on another level
The 40-year-old, who played for the Grifone from 1992 until 2001, will have to face his former club as coach of the Amaranto on Saturday and admits that it won’t be easy.
Nicola spoke to Corriere Mercantile about his time with the Rossoblu and praised the club for their quality.
“I think playing at Genoa would be a huge fortune for a player,” said the tactician, who’s been boss at Livorno since June 2012 and led them to Serie A promotion at the end of the 2012-13 Serie B campaign.
“A squad like that will make you feel good.
“I have the most beautiful memories from my time there, as a man and as a footballer. I even found my wife while at Genoa.
“Who will come away with the three points? Do not joke, Genoa is on another level than us,” he continued, as reported by PianetaGenoa1893.net.
“They have an extraordinary squad with two national team players, a great coach, and a lot of quality.”