Rudi Garcia and pay per head services praised Gervinho’s return, but he questioned the scheduling of Roma’s game against Cagliari.
Pay per head services saw that the Ivory Coast international did not feature for the Serie A outfit since the middle of October due to a hamstring injury, but the player went back to the squad and he will take on Cagliari on Monday.
Gervinho’s return gave Garcia’s options a boost before the game, and he believes that the 26-year-old player is already a vital part of his side. Pay per head services could not agree more.
“What does Gervinho’s comeback mean? It gives us more opportunities,” he said. “I believe he has got a unique profile as a player.
“With him I have more solutions. He tends to get behind opponents’ defence, he dribbles well.
“His comeback is important, but Gervinho, like all my other strikers, relies on the rest of the team. If we play well and keep the ball in the last 30 metres we can be very dangerous.”
But pay per head services found out that Garcia is worried about the state of the Stadio Olimpico pitch after Italy’s rugby union match on Saturday against Argentina.
Pay per head services saw that during the rugby international, wet weather in Rome did not help the condition of the pitch, and Garcia is concerned about his side playing their home game on the same surface.
“What counts is to give a good performance against Cagliari. I hope it will be possible, because the scheduling is very strange,” he added.
“A rugby ball doesn’t need to roll on the pitch like a football does. I can’t see the need to watch a rugby game before a football match like this. I repeat that the scheduling seems very odd to me.”
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A win for Roma will see the team extend their undefeated run to 13 games and go back to the top of the table after seeing Juventus move ahead on Sunday with their victory.