Football Italian: Football Italy – 8.07.2018 07:05:23 Football Italians: What to watch for in the first half of the second half of Sunday’s Serie A match against Napoli, Juventus and Fiorentina.
The first half was played on the field at Turin.
Napoli had won the first two matches of the Serie A season against Roma and Lazio, while Lazio had won their opening four games of the season against Lazio and Juventus.
Italians fans were given a first-hand look at the dressing room, which was opened for the match by Napoli coach Maurizio Sarri, who had been working in the dressing rooms during the day.
Napoli boss Roberto Mancini, who was at Turino for a meeting with his players, left the dressing area to meet them.
The match started with a 4-0 victory for Napoli.
Mancini was in his element in the new training ground, which he has nicknamed “The Turin Palace” in the media.
It was the first match in his first season in charge at Napoli and it will be interesting to see how he reacts to his first match against Roma.
The club has not played in Turin since the start of March, after being banned from the country for two years due to anti-Semitic comments by the president of the club.
In his first press conference after the match, Mancino said that the atmosphere in the training ground had been “very, very good”, and that the training session would be a very interesting experience.
“The stadium is beautiful, very peaceful, very welcoming and it was very, very important for me to take the first step in this new environment, which is the new football stadium, which has been built, with a very strong atmosphere.
Mancino added that the team would not give up on the match because they were determined to fight for everything, regardless of what happens in the second game.
Napoli will host Lazio on Sunday evening (23.07).
The team is hoping to get a win, but will be looking to improve on the first-half performance.
Juventus and Fioresntina were the only two teams in Serie A to have not lost in Turino in recent memory.
“If we do that, it will show to everyone, especially in Italy, that this is the best stadium in the world.””
We will fight, we will go through, we’ll try to make a point and win,” said Mancinelli.
“If we do that, it will show to everyone, especially in Italy, that this is the best stadium in the world.”