Pay per Head Sportsbooks: Guidolin concerned over atmosphere surrounding Udinese

GuidolinPay per head sportsbooks saw that Francesco Guidolin, Udinese boss, showed concern over the atmosphere surrounding the club after sections of the crowd jeered at him.

Guidolin was in charge since 2010 at the Stadio Friuli, and price per head services were very happy to see that during that time, Udinese was able to make three top-five finishes in the Serie A.

But the 57-year-old was jeered by fans as Udinese was struggling to make a 1-0 win on Tuesday over Genoa, and the manager then spoke about a change in atmosphere this season at the club – something that concerns not only the coach, but pay per head sportsbooks as well.

“It’s better that the fans take it out on me,” he told Sky Sport Italia. “Perhaps some think we can win the Scudetto, but we’ve already performed miracles here.

“Something has changed in the atmosphere around the club. I made my decisions, but it looks as if the passion around me is ending, even though my passion for Udinese has only strengthened.

“I chose to rest Luis Muriel because even for a young player it’s tough to have two games in three days. These are the decisions a coach makes, albeit knowing the fans will complain.”

Pay per head sportsbooks saw that despite the unrest in the stands, the Udine outfit was eventually able to break down a resilient Genoa defence with 11 minutes of game-time, when Antonio Di Natale struck his campaign’s second league goal.

And Guidolin praised his players for their patience during the Italian top-flight match.

“I was pleased to bring home a difficult and deserved victory, because we came up against a Genoa side that closed everything down,” he added.

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“Despite the fact we didn’t create that many chances, I was satisfied with the approach, the determination and the overall performance.”

Pay per head sportsbooks will keep a close eye on Udinese, and would like to see things settle down with the fans.