NAPOLI SPALLETTI – Napoli trained intensely, on the eve of their Champions League debut at home, against Liverpool.
Napoli, Spalletti: “Let’s play to win, the scream of Maradona excites me”
Napoli coach Luciano Spalletti spoke on the eve of the Azzurri’s debut: in the Champions League. He spoke of the desire to win and the excitement of returning to fight for the highest European competition. Here are the words of the Azzurro coach:
On the conditions of Osimhen and Lozano:
“Osimhen yesterday had this annoyance that zero training yesterday, differentiated training today and training with the group tomorrow morning. Having two days available it was useful to make this transition step. Tomorrow he will try to kick and do something stronger and if the responses are as good as today he will be able to play. Lozano is available, he did other exams yesterday and this morning he did all the group training “.
On a probable tie:
“Would I sign for a tie? We should limit the errors seen with Lazio, we went there with the intention of winning. We return to the Champions League and one of the most representative teams is found, we will give our all for a performance that is up to par and above all we must not go out on the pitch to collect compliments. We have to go out on the pitch with the conviction that we can win the game ”.
“Why did I take it off? That of substitutions and minutes is something that in football can happen beyond the condition of the players because sometimes with the five substitutions the best players are left out to use them when they can decide the game. He seems to me in perfect condition, Napoli also has other strong players and everything needs to be evaluated. We are very happy with the boy especially as a man and as people as well as as a footballer and professional “.
On the fans:
“We know about the passion of our fans and we can also make an audience comparison. Liverpool have a beautiful stadium that feels strong but tomorrow night The Champions will also hear the scream at Anfield. The Maradona audience will show that he cares about the colors of his hometown team and loves his players ”.