Published On: Wed, Apr 30th, 2014

Delvecchio wants to coach Roma in the future

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Delvecchio legend has revealed that he hopes to become a coach in the future and admitted that leading the capital city club would be his ultimate goal.

The 41-year-old, who played for the Giallorossi from 1995 until 2005, is impressed with the way his former side have been playing this season under coach and believes the club should keep all of their current players this summer, while only buying more to further strengthen the squad.

Delvecchio spoke to ‘Tiki Taka’ on Mediaset about Roma’s successful campaign and revealed his plans to start his coaching career within the next few years.

“Roma have had an extraordinary season,” said the Italian. “This team has brought back the passion between fans.

“This season, have had some more players than Roma, which makes more players available.

“In any case, Garcia is one of the architects most responsible for the revival of the team, because he has provided a mindset that has been missing for a long time.

“In order to win next season, Roma must maintain the squad from the current season and add more quality players, because if you keep selling to buy, then you’ll be back at the point where you started.

“My future? I would like to coach, to coach Roma would be the maximum goal. I’ll take a few years off, then we’ll see what happens.”

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