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Rudi Garcia: We are fully focused on tomorrow's game


Roma coach Rudi Garcia has warned his players to forget about the Serie A and focus fully on their upcoming Europa League game against Feyenoord.

After a brilliant start to the season, the Giallorossi crashed out of the Champions League and are now seven points off the top of the Serie A table.

And the Frenchman insists that the Europa League is a golden opportunity to add experience ahead of next season.

"I prefer to look forward, so to tomorrow's game, we have to win at home, we owe something to the fans," Garcia said.

"We have to add experience to our European campaign. In the Serie A we fight to qualify for the Champions League but for the Roma name to become important, we have to do it every season.

"Right now we don't have any fitness or fatigue issues. We might be in a position to reflect before the Verona game but not for tomorrow, I will start with the best possible line-up.

"Tomorrow we have to get a more-than-positive result, ideally with a two-goal margin, we will then assess the situation ahead of the game in Holland but for now we're focused on tomorrow's game."

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