Fiorentina coach Giuseppe Fazio wants to end Serie A’s ‘death spiral’ by selling players
Faziosi wants to get back to the “classic” era of the Serie A, which was the time when the big clubs used to be a lot stronger and the best players stayed at the top.
The coach is also interested in bringing in some more quality from the Bologna giants, who are now bottom of the table.
Fazio is aware of the problem, but is determined to find the right way forward.
“I believe the problem is a death spiral.
I want to try to restore it to the classic era,” Fazioni told Sky Sport Italia.
It was the case in the 1990s and 2000s when Milan and Inter both became weaker, but Faziati feels it is time to turn things around.
He wants to make a change to a system which has worked well for many years and is already producing some quality.
With only seven points from their last nine matches, Faziano is keen to bring in players who can help him.
“It would be a shame if the team was destroyed by a new manager.
But it would also be an insult if the player were to be sold.
That would destroy the squad.
It would also ruin our season, as we would not have any players to replace those players,” he added.
Fazionis team is not without a few injuries, with Alessandro Nesta, Giorgio Chiellini, Gino Torretta, Federico Maresca, and Francesco Totti all out injured.
There are also a few new faces in the squad, including Fazianni, Mario Mandzukic, Giuseppina and Stefano Mancini, and some youngsters such as Marco Sestito, Marco Bonucci and Lucas Turin.
There is also some hope that the return of former defender Gianluigi Buffon will help.
Buffon is currently out of action with a hip problem, while the club have also announced the signing of Marco Materazzi.
The Nerazzurri are currently fifth in Serie A with 21 points, four behind leaders Juventus.
Despite this, Fazzio is still determined to win a trophy for the Nerazzurs, and he is determined not to be beaten by Inter.
If he can bring in some players who will help the Nerazurri, Fizioni has confidence that they can challenge for a place in the Champions League, but there are many questions about how they will do it.
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