«Dear Rome, I am proud of you», it was in this way that Paulo Fonseca, coach of the homonymous club in the Italian capital, addressed all the inhabitants of the city, through a video published through his personal Twitter account.

In compliance with the quarantine, the Portuguese coach gave an account of the effort and “greatness” with which both Italians are dealing with the pandemic, taking the opportunity to leave a special appreciation to the club for which he works, which has helped to distribute goods in greatest need among the most needy.

«Dear Rome, I am proud of you. I knew I was going to train a great team in a big city. Living this difficult moment here made me understand the greatness and dignity with which the Romans and Italians are facing all this. And my club’s gestures in supporting the most needy people, make me feel proud to be part of this project », it can be read in that publication.

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