The former defender of the Argentine National Team, Roberto Sensini who played 17 years in Italy told how it was to stop playing in Udinese in 2005 to be the coach and said "it was a negative experience, you have to prepare for those things".
After playing 9 seasons in Udinese, Sensini at 39 years old left football to become a coach and remarked "they proposed me to be a coach and the truth is that if they were to propose it to me today I would say no because it was not the time, it was six months Difficult. When you think you have finished playing and can immediately lead you are wrong, you have to study and prepare. " He also clarified "I let myself be carried away by my colleagues who asked me and the truth was we were a great group. I don't know if I said it was negative but it helped me today to be able to give advice and emphasize that when you stop playing you have to take some time"
In addition to playing in Udinese, his extensive career in Italian soccer led Roberto Sensini to wear the Parma and Lazio shirts between 1989 – 2005.