“Udinese is a tough team, we will have to face them from Inter. A factor will be decisive”

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L’Inter tomorrow he will take the field, at lunchtime, against the surprise of this start of the season: theUdinese by Sottil. The Nerazzurri are returning from two consecutive victories between the championship and the Champions League and want to continue this streak in the best possible way.

The bianconeri, on the other hand, want to continue to amaze and will do everything to put the boys trained by Simone Inzaghi. The Nerazzurri coach himself did not speak at the press conference on the eve of the game but he nevertheless released some statements to the club’s official channels, directly from Appiano Gentile

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Newfound confidence?We come from two consecutive wins, but we know that playing every two days is not easy. Now let’s go to Udine, it will be a very, very demanding match against a team that is doing very well ”.

The leader is the group: “Absolutely yes, playing so much I need everyone, clearly for us coaches it is a great sign when you see that by changing players you always manage to keep a team compact and determined “

Udinese comes from 4 victories in a row: “We will have to be very careful, it is a healthy team, very well trained, with quantity and quality players. We will have to play a game of racing, aggression and determination because we find the team with the best streak in the league.


One of the fittest: “They are certainly among the fittest in Serie A, we know that we will find a tough team, we will have to face them from Inter.“.

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How important will the approach be? “It will be decisive because Udinese is a team that scores in the first minutes of the matches and it will be necessary to approach the match in the best possible way”.

The article is in Italian


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