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Andrea Pirlo, former Juventus player and current coach of Sampdoria Genoa, has made some confessions about himself. The Italian technician revealed that he wasn’t very satisfied with his life.
“I’ve always lived with a lot of expectations, everyone expected me to do something important. Little by little, I did what I did, demonstrating on the field what I had collected, always ready to take criticism. It’s not easy for a kid to live like that, but you have to think about playing and having fun. I never set myself any limits, I wanted to be one of the best by winning a World Cup and a Champions League. I was never satisfied with my life, what I had done before was never enough, I was always trying to improve. Talent improves with hard work and with the stimuli that must push you to always do better,” Andrea Pirlo told Radio Serie A.