Joy game. Hateboer and Leao

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I cannot know or even dare to tell which one will be happier than the other tomorrow night, not even if there is indeed one more enjoyable than the other, but one thing is for sure: Stefano Pioli and Luciano Spalletti are the two publishing coaches. Ever to train their coaching team. Two young teams, brighter than dust, a little swampy, very impudent, do not get angry at the names but start on the field as soon as the referee blows the whistle. Pioli his team sews it on himself, if he models it, if he pulls it to one side and then to the other. He adapts, changes and plays his team one way then another, style and bowl always vary from time to time. Instead, Spalletti pampered the Indians, without any remorse for the senators who had left Naples in the golden cloud of summer. Spalletti can be seen a mile away enjoying training his conquistadors, his boys with little to no frills and lots of substance. But enough then with Spalletti’s cliché instead of Pioli at Inter or Spalletti who could coach Milan instead of Pioli. Old, outdated, and stale things. Today, the two technicians are part of the same top position in Italian football. And the scudetto lives on the chest of Pioli, which he also won in Naples, without any spirit of revenge and without any kind of reactionary thinking. It’s legitimate that Spalletti wants to make up for it, but whether or not it could happen we won’t understand tomorrow night. But by April 2023, when the World Cup is settled and the crucial things happen, we should really understand who will win. In the meantime, enjoy it. Whole night, all quiet. Tense like all the important matches vigil, but without grumbling, without sayings, without any kind of regret. They coach two young teams, without papers, at ease in the evolution of European football. They may enjoy it and encounter each other. Hoping that Stefano Pioli will do the same with Udinese, the team that he did not manage to beat in the Scudetto Championship. He filled the chest in the first tournament. Now here is Napoli, the team that the Parmesan coach has not beaten once at the San Siro …

It could happen guys, it could happen. Hateboer made a foul like the one against Leao in Atalanta-Milan and as a result he doesn’t even miss a league game. Instead, Leao is simply trying to take an overhead kick and instead, due to a severe and rushing yellow card treated earlier, has had to miss a very hot 140 minutes of the tournament: 50 of the second half of Samp-Milan’s 90th night Tomorrow against Napoli. It can happen, different matches, different meters, it’s football. Well, no protests, no moans. But at least don’t tell us it’s an advantage. Because in Genoa some genius told us so. That Liao’s expulsion was an advantage for Milan. Or what …