(ANSA) – UDINE, 17 SEPTEMBER – “The old matches are archived, we don’t need to talk about the past. Only the present counts. The present says Inter and we are focused for tomorrow”: Andrea Sottil said on the eve of Udinese Tv. of the lunch match with the Nerazzurri, which they face with a point of advantage.
“We are living this moment well – he added – There is a lot of enthusiasm, a great desire to continue to be protagonists.
I have always had excellent sensations because the team is very competitive and made up of players of high physical and technical level and with the desire to improve every day. These sensations then turned into reality: the team has grown game after game and has shown that it knows how to face the challenges it faces with great maturity. Our identity and our dogma must be aggression to play vertical football. “
“I don’t even want to hear about Inter in crisis – the Friulian coach warned – They have a complete squad, perhaps the best in our league. They have physique, quality, alternatives. We have prepared ourselves aware that tomorrow a strong team will arrive at the Dacia Arena. that he will play to win. Having said that, it is another reason to be hungry for victory. We have great respect for them, but we have the weapons to play our game and not watch them play. “.
The Juventus coach also mentions his opponent on the bench, Simone Inzaghi: “It is not easy to move to a reality like Inter and impose your own idea of football. There may be moments of decline but it happens to all teams in the world. I think he did a really great job. “CopyAMP code
A passage also on the choice not to call Marco Silvestri and Destiny Udogie (who will go to Under 21), in the national team. “These choices surprise me. I absolutely respect the decisions of coach Roberto Mancini, whom I respect a lot, but I think Udogie is one of the best full-backs in our league.
Silvestri idem, I think he is one of the best goalkeepers we have in Italy. The guys have accepted the decision and will work even better in view of the next call “. (ANSA).