Lazio Women coach Carolina Morace highlighted the importance of consistent performances earlier today.
Speaking in an interview with Italian radio broadcaster Lazio Style Radio (via La Lazio Siamo Noi) earlier today, the 57-year-old Italian first spoke about last weekend’s win over Orobica Calcio.
I have already had the chance to say that we look little at what happens to others and we look more at our progress. We come from a very positive run, on Sunday we won against Orobica and we managed to score three goals.
We don’t want to break this run, everything is in our hands. It wasn’t an easy game, we hit the goalpost and the crossbar but above all the important thing is to create the chances.
The Biancoceleste coach then discussed the team’s progress so far and the desire to see fans return to stadiums.
We have the best scorer in Serie B who is doing a great job, we have Pittaccio who got unblocked and was decisive, we are continuing to grow. We have an advantage in points, we play at home where the pitch is the most suitable to our style.
We always hope that stadiums will be opened or at least that the public can follow us through live broadcasts, playing at home without a public is a disadvantage.
Now we have to improve our reading of the situations on the pitch, I prepare the match according to our opponent but things don’t always go as we planned. The team is now able to read by itself and adapt according to what happens.
Morace then looked ahead to Lazio Women’s next game against Ravenna.
Ravenna is a physical team that thinks a lot about the hard work and not so much about aesthetics, they have players who have already played in Serie A and in one-on-one duels they make their physical strength count.
But my players are not inferior, I’m quite confident. Lazio worried a lot about their opponents and not much about themselves, I worry a lot about us and not much about others.