Friday, 18th April, 2014

AS Roma boss Rudi Garcia feels that though the race for the Italian title has become much more difficult, his side will keep giving their best and fight for it until the end.

The Wolves are currently second in the league table, eight points behind defending champions and present leaders Juventus.

With five matches still left to play this season, Garcia will be looking to gain maximum points in their remaining fixtures, and continue their seven-match unbeaten streak when they travel to Fiorentina for their game on Saturday.

"As the weeks progress, our chances of winning Serie A become increasingly more difficult", the French manager told Sky Italia.


"But while there is life, there is hope. I've told my players that just when you think that nothing can happen, something does. We cannot give up.

"We are playing against a very good side in Fiorentina and it seems a very difficult game on paper and it will be”, the 50-year-old added.

Besides La Viola, Roma still have an important fixture against Juventus lined up, along with games against AC Milan, Catania and Genoa over the next few weeks.

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