After the match played today at the "Curcio" and which ended with the narrow defeat of the rossozzurri, mister Lucarelli answered the questions of the journalists in the press room: "Do I risk focusing attention on the Cup? It would be a very serious mistake, we have no certainty, as far as we are concerned there is no such risk, I'm sure of it. The analysis of this match from my point of view is very clear: in a bad match the best opportunities were had by Catania, who conceded a goal from a rebound; on the other hand we came close to scoring twice with Costantino, once with Di Carmine and once with Tello; the difference is in Picerno's moment of confidence, to whom we must congratulate him for his championship, and Catania's moment of construction. Our opportunities are clearer and more important, we continue not to materialize and we have to take the criticism, I take the responsibility and the blame. Difficult moment? We came from three useful results, we were playing with the second strength in the championship and the values of the pitch say it compared to the thought that Catania could have something more, but beyond the theory they have 45 points and we have 30. I'm not too worried: changing 12 players, and maybe we haven't finished, if we had won immediately they would have been ephemeral victories, at this moment we are chewing bitterly, we take inspiration from Picerno's humility to arrive in May in a different mental condition. We've been playing every three days for 4 months, it would be important to have typical weeks available to work, we're moving forward with cool-downs and finishing touches. Today a player reached Picerno by car and didn't come with us because he was ill. Di Carmine had a problem at the end and needs to be evaluated. In this match we had problems building from the back and we did it badly; Picerno pressed us very hard, we had prepared a solution with the ball for Tello behind the midfielders but they arrived dirty. Demotivation? I exclude the danger, we have no problems with objectives, we are spoiled for choice when it comes to objectives. The real danger is the possible delay in the growth process, certainly not demotivation."