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Juventus, Gazzetta: “HCL Serbia between Kostic and Vlahovic”

JUVENTUS, GAZZETTA- As the Gazzetta reports today, Juventus also works with the national teams on the field, but without wanting to.

Juventus, Gazzetta: “HCL Serbia between Kostic and Vlahovic”

“In the fray, Max Allegri gave him confidence almost immediately. Five games as a starter in Serie A, two out of two in the Champions League. Ok, the many absences have almost forced Kostic to immerse himself in the part immediately, without even having time to settle in. On the other hand, he had said it himself immediately, in August when he landed in Turin: “I thought about getting to know the team first, rather than organizing the move”. Thrown into the fray to try to keep a Juve afloat with a few too many flaws. “I don’t even know if he can play on the right as well,” Allegri joked (but not too much …) Allegri after his debut as the Serbian starter against Sampdoria on the second day. Patience, Filip is not the type to fear challenges. And also that of reviving Juve, limping in the league and stuck in the Champions League, does not seem too great “.

Juventus, Gazzetta: “HCL Serbia between Kostic and Vlahovic”

“Origins Kostic was born in Kragujevac, in the center of Serbia. A city that children at school get to know quickly. Here, on 21 October 1941, German soldiers signed one of the ugliest pages of World War II, killing nearly 2.800 prisoners, students and dissidents in retaliation after a partisan attack that claimed ten victims in the Wehrmacht. Everyone in Serbia knows about the Kragujevac massacre, a city that almost 60 years later also had the misfortune of being among the main targets of the American bombings against Milosevic. In short, in those parts if you do not have the hard skin, it is difficult to go on. Filip started from there and from the small local club, Radnicki. And the first to trust him in great football was Vlado Capljic, the then coach of the first team. “I used to keep an eye on our youth sector when I saw a little boy who was different from the others. Fast, left-handed and above all serious. I had no doubts about launching him as a starter ».

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