Iaquinta has hailed his boss, underlining the new objectives for this season…
Iaquinta said Zaccheroni’s attempts to arrest the club’s slide have been non-stop, and believes the hard work will help crown a final big push as the club aims for Champions League qualification.
“He [Zaccheroni] has brought us the experience he has had of coaching great teams,” Iaquinta toldLa Domenica Sportiva.
“He works really hard on the technical side of things and he has explained what we need to do on the pitch, teaching us a different game, an aggressive one.
“He wants us to always press on the opposition and to occupy all the spaces.”
A third place finish is the order of the day in Turin, and Iaquinta knows it will take plenty of sweat week in, week out to achieve the target.
“To finish third there are still 11 games to go, and we have to always win maximum points every Sunday, and by doing this we will reach our objectives,” he added.
His recovery from meniscus surgery took a giant step this weekend, as he played a part against Fiorentina on Saturday.
“The knee responded well and all I need now is just a bit of conditioning. Slowly, but surely I will get there. I no longer feel pain, and so this is a good sign,” he concluded.