Garrone believes Sampdoria can be saved

Sampdoria President Riccardo Garrone believes his team can still avoid the drop despite the Blucerchiati lying two points from safety with just a couple of games left to be played.
Samp’s season has collapsed incredibly this year after their Champions League qualifying exploits last season. They have registered just two wins in their last 18 games and this has left them in the final relegation spot.
However, Garrone has received consolation from Manchester City Coach Roberto Mancini who spent his best years at Samp and even won the Scudetto with them in 1991.
“I have read the statements of Mancini and I was glad. Personally I am optimistic and I still believe,” stated Garrone in response to the ex-Inter Coach who said he felt ‘sorry’ for the team.
The problems for Sampdoria have been plentiful this season as fans have seen Antonio Cassano and Giampaolo Pazzini depart and some Ultras even attacked the team bus a few weeks ago at the poor results.
The fight for survival for the Blucerchiati is a tough one as they face in-form Palermo at home this weekend, before going away to Roma on the last day, who are fighting for a Champions League spot.
Their immediate rivals Lecce who lie two points above them take on Bari in the extremely fierce Puglia derby and they take on Lazio who are incidentally also in the European hunt on the final day of the season. Welcome Bonus Offer Betway

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