Napoli team dreaming of winning Champions League. They are in first place in Serie A with a 19-point margin over second, and they want to play in the Champions League. In contrast to the cautious months of 2022 and 2023, Napoli is not doing anything to quell the craziness that has taken over the streets of the capital of Campania today.
The third Scudetto in the history of the Neapolitans is nearly a certainty with a 19-point advantage over second-placed Lazio. All that remains is to choose a date for the celebration of the day that will mark 33 years since the last league triumph.
The Champions League, an increasingly attainable fantasy, is the goal of this more global team, which includes Maradona, Ciro Ferrara, and Carnevale as well as Osimhen, Kvaratskhelia, and Min-Jae Kim.
It has been a week of happiness and good news for Napoli. The first step came when they defeated Eintracht 3-0 in the second leg to get to their first-ever Champions League quarterfinals (5-0 on aggregate).
Napoli team dreaming of winning Champions League.
A strange tie on the way to Istanbul and a 4-0 victory in Turin: 0-4 for Toro.
Ivan Juric, Torino’s coach, said as much following Sunday’s humiliating loss at the Olimpico: “They massacred us.” Almost all of the teams in Italy (and Europe) are giving in to this Napoli side one by one.
The names and surnames Osimhen, Kvaratskhelia, Lobotka, Meret, Min-Jae, Di Lorenzo, Anguissa, Lozano, and Politano are now frequently used in the same sentence, despite the fact that some of them were previously unheard of.
This past weekend at a press conference, coach Luciano Spalletti ironically noted, “It was said that we would have troubles following the World Cup break…”
Nothing is more false than it is. Napoli has actually only lost two games since the tournament in Qatar, to Internazionale (1-0) and Lazio (0-1).
Two “isolated mishaps” that were the result of defensive masterclasses by their rivals… and on both occasions, Napoli appeared disjointed.
Work of Spalletti
In 1959, Spalletti held news conferences in Certaldo, Italy. Each one was present for the audience.
a talkative, didactic coach who frequently employs analogies and allegories to emphasize his points.
Finally, his masterwork is this Napoli.
Spalletti, a veteran coach who just turned 64 on March 7th, has battled to gain notice even now.