Former captain Francesco Totti said that Roma needed someone who understood the environment.
The former champion of the Italian International and World Cup talked to Bobo TV.
He admitted that at the Olimpico he imagined a future.
“I pictured myself at Roma forever,” he said. “Then they put me up against the wall, forcing me to make a decision I would never have made.
“I made a choice, I decided to stay in the world of football.”
He then remembered his farewell to the Giallorossi.
“I would sit down and talk about it,” he added. “Now, I would like to complete this path, I would not be at peace with myself if it ended, even for the team I set up.
“I would feel bad leaving my collaborators. Then, if I were to get tired, I would look at what to do.
“I would have killed myself rather than leave Roma. I could have brought only good things.”