Rome, Abraham: “Dybala is very strong, I want to do even more”

ROME ABRAHAM- Simple finishing done this morning for Roma, tonight at 18:00 there will be the great match against Atalanta.

Rome, Abraham: “Dybala is very strong, I want to do even more”

Roma striker Tammy Abraham told the Daily Mail on the eve of the match against Atalanta. He spoke of his relationship with Paulo Dybala and of his arrival in the capital, under the advice of Smalling. Here are the words of the English former Chelsea:

On the models to follow:

There is something in me that says I want to do even better: I often watch Erling Haaland, because he is the most talked about player in the world right now. I use it as a secret motivation to try to reach that level and those goals. The success of the other players keeps me going “.

About Josè Mourinho:

It is one of the best for man management. He knows how to talk to the players: in my case, he never tells me how well I’m doing. At half-time, I never get a “Well done”, even though in the back of my mind I think, “You know I’m playing well”. Before the Conference semi-final against Leicester last season, he dragged me into a room and said, “Tammy, I don’t think you were good enough”: I was surprised, because I had scored in the previous game. I asked him what he meant and he told me he didn’t see the Tammy he had seen playing against Lazio. He was motivating and I ended up scoring the win against Leicester ”.

About Paulo Dybala:

He has talent. He is a leader, even though he looks 12 years old! He has the trophy winning experience we needed. It is positive for me personally, because we are building a great feeling ”.

On the capital experience:

I had talked to Chris Smalling before signing and he told me that there would be “good weather, good people, good food and good league”: he was not wrong. I’ve been out and about and admired history, with places like the Colosseum. The fans are passionate, because wherever you go there is Rome or Lazio, the rivalry is crazy: it’s different from London where you can get lost a little more. It took a while to get used to but the people are lovely. I took Italian lessons: I recently did an interview that gave a good impression, even if it was just a few words “.


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