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Rudi Garcia archives Juventus game, says Roma will win the title


Roma coach Rudi Garcia says his team will win the Italian Serie A this season.

The Giallorossi were heavily penalised by referee mistakes in the 3-2 defeat against Juventus but the Frenchman insists his Roma team is strong enough to win the title.

"I will answer only this question [on Juventus-Roma], if similar questions will follow please make sure to change them," Garcia told reporters on Friday afternoon.

"The problem is that there were a number of days without football, that's why a lot has been said on the game.

"It wasn't just a defeat, I am proud of my players, we showed strength and personality.

"On Juventus I will just say one thing: it's a shame the way we were greeted in the stands and on the bench, it was unacceptable.

"And one more thing, on my captain: when he [Francesco Totti] talks he should be respected because he's a great of the game.

"He felt betrayed after the game, it's logical. The captain has to be respected when he speaks. I watched the game a second time and the images speak for themselves.

"What I noticed is that even a great referee can be affected by such a game.

"But that's enough, I saw a great Roma and I understood we will win the title.

"I'm now worried about tomorrow's game [against Chievo] because it's right before a very prestigious Champions League game.

"The supporters have to help because if we are to win the title then we have to win this game, the one after and the one after that."

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