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Udinese News / Di Gennaro: “Decisive challenge with a view to salvation”

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Udinese News / Di Gennaro: “Decisive challenge with a view to salvation”

The Rai commentator spoke about next Saturday’s match in an interview with Messagge Veneto. Here are his statements

There is less and less left for Saturday’s safety clash against Verona. Antonio Di Gennaro, former footballer and now commentator for Rai, spoke about the match in an interview with Messaggero Veneto.

“Verona-Udinese it may already be decisive for both in terms of salvation. The draw in Bergamo says a lot about the soul of this Verona team that was overturned by the transfer market in January, but was always kept alive by Marco Baroni. The match can be decided in the respective defensive phases. I saw that Verona conceded two goals from a clearance in Bergamo from Atalanta and therefore the yellow-blues will have worked a lot on those errors during the week, and also on preventive marking both at an individual and departmental level. Udinese also still have to find the best team in the defensive phase, but with Samardzic doing well up front they have an extra line. Verona cannot face another home defeat after Genoa and Udinese also faces Lucca who has joined the national team. Attitude will count, but I see a lot of balance“.

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