By Football Italian staff On his last day in charge of Juventus, Giovanni Trapattoni is determined to keep the team at the top of Serie A. The Bianconeri had a good start to the season, winning the league for the first time in nine years.
The side were second in the table before the defeat of Milan at the San Siro, and Trapattina has the team on a roll.
“We’re in a good way.
I feel good about the performance.
It was a very tough season and we needed to get some points, so I believe we will do so,” Trapattino said.
“Every game is important, and every match is going to be very important.
We need to play well in every game.
Trapattini’s team have scored just once in six league games, a 4-0 defeat to Milan, and their form dipped to the level of midweek defeat to Torino, which they could have scored to move level on points with the top three. “
It’s not easy for us, it’s not like that with the big teams, but we’re in the best position.”
Trapattini’s team have scored just once in six league games, a 4-0 defeat to Milan, and their form dipped to the level of midweek defeat to Torino, which they could have scored to move level on points with the top three.
“This season has been tough for everyone, but I believe the results are good and we will be better in the next games,” Trapatti said.
It’s been a busy summer for the coach, with the appointment of new manager and Italian international Antonio Conte as his successor, the sale of key players such as Alessio Cerci, Alessandro Del Piero and Matteo Darmian to Chinese Super League club Shanghai Shenhua, and the arrival of former Juventus defender and now Italian national team captain Andrea Pirozzi.
It appears to have paid off for the Italian, who was in his native Italy for his birthday.
“I hope everyone will enjoy their holiday and we can enjoy the moment together,” he said.