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  31/03/2014: Post match comments from Reja
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After the thrilling 3-2 win over Parma, Edy Reja spoke to Corriere dello Sport.

The veteran coach first and foremost thanked the few fans that were in attendance at the Stadio Olimpico to support the team until the end;

"There were so many fans who all supported us. They cheered and I have to thank them. For us, the fans have always been crucial, tonight if felt like there were 40,000 fans loud in voice. If we continue like this, in a positive environment, then we can certainly gain a few more points", stated Reja.

"Today the result is worth double to us because we are back on track for Europe. The team showed great strength and desire and really wanted to win this game . Now I hope that this success will give us the right push towards the Europa League".

"I want to thank the boys and the good people again, who came to support us. There were not many but we heard them loud and clear, especially in the second half.
Winning the race for European qualification is of fundamental importance to the team"; concluded Reja.

Author: Boris Pechev
 
 
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