Former Juventus Transfer Interpreter: Maurizio Sarri is sorted for soccer

Former Juventus Transfer Interpreter: Maurizio Sarri is sorted for soccer

Only once Maurizio Sarri Juventus accompanied the key. But it was enough to get him criticism from the former Bianconeri interpreter, Luciano Moggi.
As is known, the match against Fiorentina, which took place this weekend was the leader of the first party Sarri on the sidelines. He has missed the last two matches because of pneumonia.

But it has invited controversy at a recent press conference. Sarri complained about playing time to foster children having to walk in the midst of a blistering Italian time.
He blamed the match schedule for making three players, Douglas Costa, Miralem Pjanic and Danilo injured. Because of an injury, short Juventus quota change of players when the game enters the 62nd minute.

Sarri complaints prove the attention of all people. One of them came from Inter Milan coach Antonio Conte, who asked Sarri to calm down. "He is now on the strong side," Conte said curtly.
Another comment comes from someone who has never had a strong influence on the body of Juventus, Luciano Moggi. He said that complaints from the former Chelsea coach were not good for football.

"He has a habit of making excuses. He does wherever he goes. It's bad for football and Conte is right to answer like that," Moggi told Radio Punto Nuovo.
"I think to change the game, substitutions certainly need it, which he will not do. Juventus players can win champions at different times, but the game will not change," continued the 82-year-old man.

After that, give an estimate on the Moggi competition to win the Scudetto title this season. He believes that Inter Milan with Napoli will be the team that Juventus inconvenience to keep the title back.

"I think that Napoli and, above all, Inter are the closest team to Juventus, Napoli and strengthen a great coach," he said.
Inter Milan are now top of the standings with nine perfect points. Although there is as Juventus Napoli, precisely in the fourth, with a collection of six figures. While the second position is currently held by Bologna.


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