Flavio, will you be playing on Saturday against Bordeaux and will it be your last match?
I will start the game and, yes, it will be my jubilee. It's time for me to start a new life. Even if I am 40 years old and sore all over, it was still a very tough decision to make. But I'm ready. I am divided between thinking about the match and thinking that it's the last one of my career. It's going to be a very emotional moment for me. From a team piont of view, we have a club points record to beat. It's important for the club and the supporters, but also for the coach and us players.
What are you going to do?
I want to stay in football, as a goalkeeper coach, with a first team or with a youth team, I'm going to look at everything. I have plenty to share and I'll take the time to make the right decision.
What were the highlights of your career, and also the lowlights?
Our run in the Champions League remains the very best highlight of my career, it was incredible. There was also my first international cap for Italy, which was something unbelievable. The worst moment was missing out on the 2006 World Cup through injury. But I'm happy with my career and don't regret anything!