Naples, Gazzetta: “Raspa puts his paw for La Spezia”

NAPLES, GAZZETTA – As the Gazzetta reports today, Napoli really made clear their ambitions with the victory against Spezia.

Naples, Gazzetta: “Raspa puts his paw for La Spezia”

“The choices are more convincing than those of Luca Gotti, tight and short in a 3-4-1-2 in which the“ false ”attacking midfielder Agudelo serves as a stopper on the opposing director. Something that the Colombian manages without problems for a while, because instead in his turn over options, or rather in the choice of giving more minutes to the new players, Spalletti re-proposes (as with Lecce) Ndombele as director, this time however in a three-man midfield. French cannot be discussed in terms of technical quality. But he’s still behind physically and in a team that runs – usually well, as well as at a remarkable pace – Tanguy looked like a fish out of water. To the point that in the end his teammates did not keep him at the center of the game with all the consequences. No rejection, because Ndombele’s class will end up weighing heavily in the Napoli season, but today his inclusion is a bit complex ”.

“Because giving him time means braking an engine which, in other respects, Spalletti has well lubricated. The result is that in a very good first half of Spezia, Napoli ends up leaning to the left where the only effective “exit” is that of Kvaratskhelia who, managing to jump the man, creates superiority. But this time the Georgian is less effective in his conclusions, while Raspadori struggles to find space in between. To do this he would need to dialogue with enterprising half-wings, but Anguissa often remains low to build, while Elmas has good insertion times but then thwarts everything by looking for personal solutions ”.

Christian Marangio


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