Tesser: “Everyone can win in the playoffs. Vicenza and Padua deserve other stages”

Tesser: “Everyone can win in the playoffs.  Vicenza and Padua deserve other stages”

During today’s meeting with “A Tutta Si” on the frequencies TMV Radio he intervened Attilio Tesser. These are his words.

Anyone can win this playoffs, will the details matter?

“They make a difference in every match, especially in those matches where the margins are very narrow. We will need to make as few mistakes as possible, we will need to be in balanced matches with all the strong teams and teams of certain importance. There are teams that also played in Serie A.”

Juve Next Gen is also present. Are you surprised by the performance of the young Bianconeri?

“There are a lot of players who have made the step from the under-23s to the first team, this is already an important moment. Moreover, the results obtained in these playoffs, canceling passage to the round in Caserta after losing the first leg, demonstrate great mental toughness in addition to the qualities of these guys. We’ll be hearing about this for a long time.”

Are the second teams in Serie C good only for big teams or also for the championship itself?

“For Serie C, playing with Juventus, Atalanta or Milan is something important. From that point of view it’s all positive, but when you see clubs targeting youth, it’s important. “Atalanta has always produced talented players, this is a wonderful thing that ennobles this category.”

Could it be an advantage for those who have already played to have match pacing compared to those who haven’t played yet?

“Yes, it can be a slight advantage if the others have not prepared well in terms of intensity and friendlies. It’s the playoffs and you can’t help but approach it with the right mindset. The rest played, perhaps they have the pace, but they are also very tired. I don’t think it will determine who gets through.”

Source: Tutto Mercato Web

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