Guidolin downplays Udinese’s Champions League charge

Udinese Coach Francesco Guidolin has saluted his side’s performance against Cesena but warns of the struggles ahead. Pundits are wondering if i Bianconeri can continue their run of form and push on for a fourth-placed finish, and Champions League entry.
In an interview with Rai Sport, the tactician said: “At this stage Inter, Milan and Napoli are unattainable. We must find a way to overcome the strengths of the other sides [Roma, Lazio, Juventus and Palermo]. It will be difficult but we will give it our all.”
“Naturally we are happy with our position on the table and for the supporters to dream but we will not get the hopes up yet. We live for the day, this has been our approach so far.”
Guidolin was happy with the three goal victory on Sunday, which was achieved thanks to a brace from Antonio Di Natale and a Gokhan Inler strike.
“It was not an easy game against an opponent who did not want to give an inch. After the great freekick from Di Natale I saw good football. We go home with a deserved victory.”
Speaking to Sky regarding a future with one of Italy’s big three Clubs’, Guidolin insisted: “I do not have that sort of aspiration; I am happy in Udine.” Welcome Bonus Offer Betway

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