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Edi Rama: Out of 10 million Albanians, I am part of the minority who do not coach

Edi Rama: Out of 10 million Albanians, I am part of the minority who do not

At a moment when the relations with Italy seem oil, due to the good relations between Rama and Meloni, the sport confronts us tonight in the first match of the European Championship in Germany, where Albania will face Italy.

The Albanian Prime Minister, who is known as a fan of Italy, has the match of his favorite team, the Reds and Blacks. It will be at the stadium tonight.

Edi Rama has given several interviews to Italian media such as La Stampa, TuttoSport and Corriere Dello Sport.

Rama's comments, jokes and answers are in the articles that we have attached with photos.

Edi Rama: Out of 10 million Albanians, I am part of the minority who do not

Edi Rama: Out of 10 million Albanians, I am part of the minority who do not

Edi Rama: Out of 10 million Albanians, I am part of the minority who do not

When asked about the match, he says that out of the 10 million Albanians whose hearts beat tonight for the Red and Black team, he will be among the few who do not become the coach.

The journalist asks him: Put yourself in the place of coach Sylvinho, what tactics would you use with the Azzurri?

"Among the 10 million Albanians, I belong to that very small minority that does not coach", says Rama.

Who is the Albanian player we should be most afraid of as Italians?

"The public", replies Rama.

As for the question: Did you have the chance to talk about the match with your counterpart Giorgia Meloni?

Rama replies: "No, she had to deal with G7: He is a team in serious difficulties at the moment."

The Prime Minister was also asked about Germany and he did not leave them unstung.

"I don't know who is the strongest team, but of one thing I am sure as never before. No, I don't want Germany to win, with its disciplined and precise battleship... I would give everything to see it once again defeated at home by Italy, like in 2006," Rama said when asked which is the strongest team according to him in this European.

There were also some spicy moments in interviews in La Stampa.

To the question: The player or the coach who changed the history of Albania?

Rama replied: "There is no player who has changed the history of Albanian football, but Igli Tare was the first Albanian in Serie A and as a coach he enriched a Lazio that spent little and won much more, both in terms of sports and economically. As for the coach, undoubtedly De Biasi, who sent us to the European Championship for the first time".

Rama calls this match as the only child's wedding as he says:

"It is not only Tirana that is waiting. This European is like an only child's wedding. In the national team, the Albanian people of Kosovo, North Macedonia and all parts of the world join Albania."

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