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Udinese-Roma / Cioffi: “Zarraga and Walace together? It can be done”

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Udinese-Roma / Cioffi: “Zarraga and Walace together? It can be done”

The Juventus coach spoke at the press conference to present tomorrow evening’s match against De Rossi’s Giallorossi

Udinese tomorrow he will face the Rome in a decisive challenge for salvation. On the eve of the match, as usual, mister Cioffi spoke at the press conference. Here are his statements: “We start again with awareness and not thinking, if you think too much you always find an excuse not to do, if you don’t think you find an excuse to do. We started again with our heads down working on the good things done and thinking that by giving 180% we could achieve a positive result. We will work to try to recover Lovric and Thauvin.”

The Juventus coach then spoke about tomorrow’s opponents: “With Mourinho the team was more direct, had more defensive density, with De Rossi they dribbled more, played more patterns. I expect a relative turnover even though they have an important commitment in the cup against Milan and then a direct clash against Bologna. I expect turnover but not exasperation.”

On the role of Zarraga and Wallace: “Yes they could play togetherit’s an option when we play 3-4-2-1.”

Finally, a comment on the attack: Davis is unavailable, Success he’s fine, he had a great week, I saw him very well, Brenner spent ten days at home and we recreated a program to have him back with Verona, he won’t be called up.”

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