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Mancini: “Inter-Juve not decisive. Napoli from the Scudetto”

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“Napoli is a Scudetto” adds the coach who received the Giuseppe Colalucci award in Rome, while the Giallorossi GM Tiago Pinto renounces after the nightmare evening in Europe

We are heading towards a special Sunday, with two great matches. Even the coach Roberto Mancini, who in the evening at the Antico Tiro a Volo in Rome received the Giuseppe Colalucci prize, cannot fail to be fascinated. Let’s start with Inter-Juve: “It will be a good match, but I don’t think it’s decisive because we are only at the beginning. It is clear that the Juve they are chasing must try to win but at the same time I think Inter will have a great match. a challenge open to any result. The bianconeri are now recovering, they had started like this but they have achieved important results which is the most important thing since they have to recover points. Inter coach Inzaghi? He arrived three months ago, he needs time to settle in. Inter is not such a simple club, when you have to win all the matches it is not obvious. But it seems to me that so far they have done a good job. ” And on the many Italians on the pitch: “Seeing them there always gives me satisfaction, but I think they are always too few compared to what the Italians can do. Barella and Locatelli? They are two good players, young people who have their future in their hands because I believe. that for many years they will be important players for their teams and for the national team. For me it is a pleasure that they play at these levels. “


Rome-Naples will be played first at the Olimpico: “This will also be a good match, I think Napoli is one of the candidates for the Scudetto. an important test “. And on the 6-1 of the Giallorossi on the field of Bodo Glimt: “Boskov said ‘better to lose once 6-1 than six times 1-0’, I think he was right. Roma then I think they played on a difficult field. played a match in Lithuania on absurd terrain … “. By the way, among the winners there should also have been the Giallorossi GM Tiago Pinto who, however, preferred to give up: “The respect I have for Roma fans and Roma itself does not allow me to collect this award in the aftermath of an evening like this. painful for all of us “, he wrote in his message.


But let’s go back to Mancini. In reality, his attention is entirely focused on Italy-Switzerland on November 12, when Italy will return to play for the World Cup qualification against Switzerland at the Olimpico in Rome: “It will be a tight, beautiful match and we will win because we will play a great match . The field? We hope it will be good and that it will improve even more in the coming weeks “.


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