Fabio Capello and the comparison that drives Napoli fans crazy
Former coach Fabio Capello, interviewed by Corriere dello Sport, talked about the market of the Serie A biggies.
The former England and Russia coach is of the opinion that the toughest task in the coming season will be that of Luciano Spalletti’s Napoli, left orphaned of Kalidou Koulibaly as well as Lorenzo Insigne. Then, however, Capello also made a comparison, which cannot fail to give Neapolitan fans confidence: “Spalletti lost Koulibaly, who gave security to the whole team, and Insigne’s assists and goals. Napoli intrigues me though. Kim is of substance and Kvaratskhelia has, in his movements, something of the first Salah.
Then also a few words about Paulo Dybala’s transfer to Roma: “He is the purchase Mou needed to raise the level and ambitions of Roma. Also perfect for the square. The first year Jose won the Conference and took the measure of Italian soccer, now he has to aim for a place in the top four. He is not the type for minor goals and in the market he has to be satisfied because he knows the way, the way. I found the best Mourinho again when he said he was a little bit dazed. Not surprisingly, he managed to put the pressure he needed on the club and got what he was looking for.”