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Hello, I am a Juventus italian fan and maybe I can help you to understand which kind of coach Conte is...(sorry for my english, I hope you will understand) When he arrived in Juventus, he fo

I think the fact that we stuck to our principles, pressing them high up the pitch in spurts throughout the game and more importantly, passing out from the back, even with a few mistakes (note - it goe

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Montpellier is ideal for us. Our fans have given us energy and enthusiasm:Conte

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After the coach gathered the squad in the middle of the pitch, it took just a few moments of explaining the programme for the coming days before we saw the Azzurri at work in front of the 600 fans who came to watch at Montpellier Herault Sport Club’s training centre. Antonio Conte is ready to take the plunge at this European adventure and he has found the city of Montpellier to be the ideal base from which to prepare for Euro 2016.

“I thank the mayor and the entire city for their welcome,” said Conte at a press conference. “We chose Montpellier because it has an excellent sports centre to work at and because it’s a small and calm city with a large Italian presence. We hope that this bond with the city can bring us luck.”

The coach stopped with fans to sign autographs and take photos at the end of training. “It made us very happy to train here in front of so many Italians,” added Conte. “The squad took energy and enthusiasm from them and I thank them for this.” The warmth from the fans was felt by the fans but so was the higher temperature in France in comparison to Coverciano. “Today we trained in around 26 or 27 degrees, it’s right to acclimatise quickly and to concentrate on what we are doing while focusing on improving without worrying about what is happening elsewhere. We have to keep our heads down to work at our best and get the most out of every single one of us.”

Hard work and faith in the group are the foundations as the coach looks to build a solid and winning Italy side. “I have nothing to clarify about my selections, I only need to see who will do best,” added Conte. “I picked 23 players and I have great faith in them, regardless of who plays.”

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5 hours ago, Blue_Fox_ said:

^ Is Lewandowski coming then? :lol:

I wish.. 

Lewandowski is bound to move to Real Madrid next summer. You can book It. 

Just as long as we don't replace Costa with Lukaku.. If we do that, I think I'd enter a very long depression. 

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14 minutes ago, Blue-in-me-Veins said:

I wish.. 

Lewandowski is bound to move to Real Madrid next summer. You can book It. 

Just as long as we don't replace Costa with Lukaku.. If we do that, I think I'd enter a very long depression. 

I don't even know who could we replace Costa with. He has his limitations but anyone else we could target as his replacement would be a step down for me.
And Lewa is not coming here, so just keep Diego happy.

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41 minutes ago, Blue_Fox_ said:

I don't even know who could we replace Costa with. He has his limitations but anyone else we could target as his replacement would be a step down for me.
And Lewa is not coming here, so just keep Diego happy.

Thing is though, is Costa happy here? 

I mean, all the media lead retrospective bans, being in a different country, and Atletico Madrid's trajectory being wayyy higher than Chelsea's as it standa, It's a fair question to ask. 

If the reports are true and Diego Simeone really really wants Costa back...I think he may want to "return home".

Guess we'll see what happens. 

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What a performance by Italy today!.

Organized as fuck. Hard workers. Good counterattack. All the team disposed with the way of play.

One of the thing who most surprised me, was how fast they recovered the form when lose the ball. Only in one opportunity Belgium did a counterattack. In the rest of the match, they can't because Italy lost the ball and in only seconds, they returned to his position.

Almost the same thing that was his Juve.

We have a very top manager, buddies.
 

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