Lodeweges: ‘Italy similar to Netherlands’ | Football Italia

  Interim Netherlands manager Dwight Lodeweges maintains his team is ‘very similar’ to Italy, as ‘we both want to take the initiative and control the game.’

  They go head-to-head in the Nations League in Amsterdam on Monday, kicking off at 19.45 UK time (18.45 GMT).

  Lodeweges was promoted on a temporary basis from the role of assistant manager after Ronald Koeman

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left to take over at Barcelona.

  “We are talking about a real top team that has completely changed its style of football compared to a few years ago,” said Lodeweges in his press conference.

  “We are very similar sides, as we both want to take the initiative and control the game. We could end up seeing a very interesting match.”

  The Dutch are currently top of their group, having beaten Poland 1-0 in the opening fixture, while Italy drew 1-1 with Bosnia-Herzegovina.

  “We played quite well against Poland. They have a strong team, with good players, but they came to play very defensively. It was difficult to play through it. It will be extremely interesting against Italy. They play a bit like us.”

  There are reports that Henk ten Cate will be the more permanent choice to lead the Netherlands.

  “I saw him as a player at Go Ahead Eagles. But I haven’t spoken to Henk for a long time. He has developed, went to Barcelona and Chelsea. A good career, but I don’t know if he will come to the Oranje. That is up to the management.”

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Mirante has recovered from COVID | Football Italia

  Roma goalkeeper Antonio

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Mirante has tested negative for COVID-19 and is allowed to resume training.

  The 37-year-old shot-stopper tested positive for the Coronavirus ahead of pre-season training, so has been in self-isolation.

  He was asymptomatic, but has now been given the all-clear after three consecutive swabs came back negative.

  Mirante is now back in training with his Roma teammates at the Trigoria camp.

  He has been at the club since 2018.

  Mirante is one of several Roma players who tested positive for COVID-19, along with Carles Perez, Justin Kluivert and Bruno Peres.

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Inter leave Pinamonti to Genoa | Football Italia

  Inter have reportedly told Genoa that they will not use their €20m buy-back option on Andrea Pinamonti.

  The 21-year-old striker was sold to Genoa for €19.5m after a loan spell, and the plan had been for Inter to buy him back for €20m.

  However, FCInterNews.it claim the Nerazzurri informed Genoa that they will not activate their option.

  This has thoroughly irritated Genoa, who now find themselves stuck with the young forward and must find another buyer.

  It is also another sign that Inter are working on a very tight cash basis, cutting down all unnecessary expenditure on the transfer market.

  They already pulled out of a deal for Brescia midfielder Sandro Tonali, leaving him to Milan instead, and decided not to purchase Cristiano Biraghi from Fiorentina after his loan.

  Pinamonti was considered to be one of the brightest prospects created by the Inter academy in years and he also had a loan experience at Frosinone in 2018-19.

  However, Antonio Conte and the Nerazzurri have decided not to bring him back to base, while

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new Genoa coach Rolando Maran doesn’t see him as part of his plans either.

  Pinamonti scored seven goals and provided three assists in 34 games for Genoa last season.

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Fiorentina to offer Vlahovic for De Paul? | Football Italia

  Fiorentina are reportedly prepared to offer Dusan Vlahovic in exchange for Udinese midfielder Rodrigo de Paul.

  The creative midfielder has been targeted by a host of Serie A clubs in recent weeks and La Nazione claims the Friuli are asking for €40m for the Argentine.

  Juventus, Milan and Fiorentina have been mentioned with concrete interest but the high demands in Udine are stopping them from making a move so far.

  But the Viola are, according to the report from Tuttomercatoweb, preparing to try a potential swap deal including Vlahovic.

  The Serbian 20-year-old, who scored six times in 30 Serie A matches in 2019-20, arrived in July 2018 and became the first player born in 2000 who started a match for Fiorentina.

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Pioli edges Gattuso in coaching battle | Football Italia_2

  Napoli and Milan played out an entertaining 2-2 draw at the Stadio San Paolo in a match where the tactical aspects of both teams were on display.

  The Partenopei, playing at home and high on confidence after a recent upturn in results, were not about to just let an in-form Rossoneri come into their home and dictate the play, no matter how much their manager Rino Gattuso had connections with the Lombard team. They pressed, harried and created chances that had Gigio Donnarumma being forced into save after save.

  Significantly, the attacks were coming down the right side of Milan’s defence as Andrea Conti was having another shocker at right-back, and it’s no wonder the club are linked with a number of full-backs. Somewhere Donnarumma’s agent Mino Raiola must have been smiling seeing his client’s value increase by the minute with showdown talks with the hierarchy at the club scheduled soon. Milan really can’t afford to let this generational talent go.

  While the youth product kept the scores level, il Diavolo took the lead completely against the run of play. Ante Rebic was once again involved and his growing influence in the team was evident yet again. It was not just that he made a forward run into space, but, like a man brimming with confidence and knowing exactly where on the pitch he could hurt the opposition, he pointed to where he required the ball to be played. Ismael Bennacer promptly obliged and the Croatian’s turn and cross was finished off by Theo Hernandez.

  Quick forward passing, skilful play and vision inside the penalty area and the chance being taken, it has become a staple of this Milan under Pioli since the re-start.

  The away side noticeably dropped at least 10 yards deeper after taking the lead, which would be to their detriment. They conceded the equaliser from a free-kick as their longstanding inability to deal with defending from set-plays came back at them.

  Lorenzo Insigne, who has found a new lease of life recently and came out and said recently that the munity the players created last November was a ‘mistake,’ whipped in the cross of a man in form. None of Milan’s players managed to clear and it was a tap in for right-back Giovanni Di Lorenzo.

  A goal for each side, both scored by full-backs. It highlights how modern players are expected to be all-rounders, with the ability to contribute on both ends of the pitch. The days of the one dimensional footballer are long-gone.

  Stefano Pioli clearly drove home to his team to not be overawed by playing an in-form Napoli. He obviously encouraged his team to express themselves more as they came out after the interval and had the home side on the back foot. But yet again, a goal came against the run of play.

  Theo was tucked in just a bit too much, which allowed Jose Callejon the freedom on the right to pick out the intelligent run of Dries Mertens and Napoli’s all-time top goal scorer made it 125. Having recently extended his contract till 2022, the Belgian will have put great distance ahead of the rest by time his career in Napoli is at its end.

  One of the most significant ways Pioli has improved his team is in his in-game management and he showed his hand after Milan went behind. He immediately brought on Rafael Leao and Giacomo Bonaventura for the under-par Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Hakan Calhanoglu.

  It paid dividends as Bonaventura was fouled by Nikola Maksimovic soon after inside the box to give his team a spot kick. Napoli protested, VAR checked and Frank Kessie scored. For the second match in a row, the Ivorian made the game 2-2 and he is showing the form he displayed at Atalanta on a more consistent basis at Milan.

  There was still 20 minutes to go in the encounter, but it was clear that Milan were happy to sit back and settle for a point while Napoli pushed for a late winner. The entire Rossoneri back four was in their own penalty area, the double pivot of Kessie and Bennacer were on the edge and even Leao was forced to make a tackle or two.

  It is very rare that a Napoli manager had taken off both Insigne and Mertens in the same game, let alone at the same time, but that was exactly what Gattuso did. It was a move most likely brought by necessity rather than change in tactics, with the players having such an intense workload playing every three to four days. They aren’t machines, after all.

  Their replacements, Arkadiusz Milik and Hirving Lozano, couldn’t affect the game much. Given the constant talk about his future, one must wonder if Milik’s head is still with the club, despite scoring the winner in Napoli’s Coppa Italia final victory over Juventus.

  Milan’s backs-to-the-wall approach was made more difficult when Alexis Saelemaekers showed his inexperience by making two unnecessary fouls in quick succession and got himself sent off. But each Napoli attack was defended stoutly by Milan, and while they did get some possession, the pace of Leao could only take them so far. The fixture petered out, Milan happy enough with a point, Napoli probably feeling they deserved more.

  Speaking post-match, Pioli mentioned ‘raising the bar’ while Gattuso bemoaned his side wasting scoring chances. Milan have stepped up, staying unbeaten against Roma, Lazio, Juve and Napoli but the Partenopei need to heed Gattuso’s words. They face Barcelona in less than a month, and have to take whatever chances they get.

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Highlights: Atalanta 1_2

  A bandaged Luis Muriel was Atalanta’s hero as he came off the bench to score the winner against Bologna.

  Muriel risked a freak head injury just a week ago but put all that behind him in a hard-fought victory for Atalanta, who broke their Serie A points record for the third time under Gian Piero Gasperini.

  Surviving a free kick from old boy Musa Barrow that hit the bar, the Dea are now just six points off league leaders Juventus, despite having played a game more.

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Lopez: ‘We can’t give up’ | Football Italia

  Brescia coach Diego Lopez was happy with the performance against SPAL and claimed the Rondinelle ‘can’t give up’ on salvation.

  A brace from Jaromir Zmrhal cancelled out Bryan Dabo’s opener and helped Brescia claim all the spoils in 2-1 win at the Rigamonti on Sunday.

  With 12 points left to play for and nine points to safety, it’s a tall task for Lopez’ men, but the coach will never stop believing.

  “We can’t give up. This must transmit,” he said at a press conference after the game. “We must go there [to Lecce] and play the game.

  “There are ways and ways to lose. It will be difficult to stay up, but we must fight until the end. Today, we could have lost it, but we kept it in play.”

  The Uruguayan revealed he was already thinking about Lecce after the final whistle.

  “Us coaches have only one evening to think about what we have done. Wednesday will be extremely important.

  “The staff must work hard for the match against Lecce.”

  Lecce sit four points behind safety themselves and a defeat to Brescia can give Genoa the opportunity to pull further away from the relegation zone.

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Inter make Alexis hungry again | Football Italia

  The last few years haven’t been the best of Alexis Sanchez’s career. It has given many the impression that he’s past his prime and is far from being the player that he used to be at Arsenal or Barcelona. The move to Manchester United has gone on to become one of the most underwhelming signings in the club’s history. There seemed to be a lack of motivation, and with the money involved, it seemed like a move dictated by greed.

  But in recent weeks, many things are pointing to the fact that the Sanchez probably hasn’t played this well since his Arsenal days under Arsene Wenger. Inter’s 3-1 win over Torino on Monday has a confirmation of that, as the Chilean notched up a couple of assists and looked in sparkling form – once again.

  For probably the first time in around two years, there seems to be a zip about Sanchez. He looks rejuvenated and gives the impression of being a player who is actually bothered about winning games for his team. He is moving quickly across the Inter front-two and his movement in the final-third is causing big problems for the opposition on a consistent basis.

  Apart from grabbing assists against Toro, the former Barca man sparkled against Brescia as well. He assisted twice again and scored once too. He got a vital assist against Sassuolo and even though he couldn’t score against Verona, the Chilean did impress with his desire to keep plugging away and nearly succeeded too.

  He looks hungry for goals and hungry to contribute to goals as much as he can. The media has often been critical of his attitude in recent years. Reports have even suggested that he comes across as the selfish character who will be happy if he scores, even if his team loses. Whether that is true or not is anyone’s guess, but that doesn’t really ring true at Inter – at least from the outside.

  In recent weeks and months, Antonio Conte has been crying out for some depth and variety in attacking areas. He had tried to sign a target man like Olivier Giroud or Edin Dzeko in the summer and that didn’t work out. Sanchez was going through an injury patch and Conte decided to move Matteo Politano on, despite everything.

  The Torino game saw Conte rest Romelu Lukaku, who had picked up a slight knock. For how important Lukaku has been to the Nerazzurri this season, not risking him at this point of the season was a big decision to make. But the fact that Conte trusted Sanchez to do a job beside Lautaro Martinez said a lot about how he’s earned the manager’s trust with recent performances. And he didn’t let anyone down.

  He isn’t quite the tall and wiry forward that Conte ideally wanted in Giroud or Llorente and he isn’t the sort that Lukaku is either. But Sanchez brings that street-smart attitude that Conte really likes in his forward. That is exactly why he had a liking for Carlos Tevez at Juventus and for Diego Costa at Chelsea. And perhaps, that is why he likes Lautaro Martinez as well. Sanchez has this aura about him which can instil a work-ethic into a team, as it did for Arsenal back in the days. Sanchez’s workhorse nature allowed Giroud and Mesut Ozil to thrive in the freedom they got.

  This might only be a spell for Sanchez. But like Christian Eriksen, even he took a while to get to grips with Conte’s approach to the game. The injury on international duty didn’t help. More than that, he had one of Europe’s best striker pairing starting ahead of him and he had acquired a reputation for not being the best of characters either.

  But somehow, the 31-year-old has fought through it all to become a very reliable goalscoring option for Inter at such a critical point of the campaign. They just have this assurance now that if any of Martinez or Lukaku don’t play, they have someone to fall back on. They didn’t have that with Politano or in the first-half of the campaign.

  With talks reportedly ongoing about Inter signing him on another loan, Man Utd should ideally be looking at Sanchez’s form with some attention. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men use quick attacking transitions and they too need depth to compete on all fronts, despite being unbeaten in 18 straight games. Sanchez’s future might be uncertain but it still rings true that on his day, he can still be a match-winner.

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Di Biagio: ‘Don’t expect me to run away’

  SPAL coach Luigi Di Biagio was warned by patron Walter Mattioli but assures he ‘won’t be running away’ and wants to ‘be part of the reconstruction’ in Ferrara.

  Di Biagio has lost six and won just one of his eight games in charge, after having replaced Leonardo Semplici in February.

  SPAL sit rock-bottom in Serie A, 11 points away from safety with only six matches remaining, starting with a tough game against Inter in Ferrara tomorrow.

  The 49-year-old said he agreed with what the Biancazzurri patron said in an interview with Sky Sport Italia.

  “The President can and must express his dissent. I share his though that we can play better,” Di Biagio said at a press conference. “We must have the spirit to try to fight until the end.

  “The talks of me staying lasted up until two days ago, then things can change. The President has depicted our moment well.

  “My team are not playing well, I’m sorry because the teams I have coached have always played good football. Like we did during my first games here.

  “I will fight until the end to stay, start again, do well and rebuild together. I’m fully focused on the match against Inter. We must at least try to not finish last and have our dignity until the end. We have no other targets at the moment.”

  Di Biagio insisted he doesn’t feel betrayed by anyone in Ferrara.

  “Absolutely not. The lads are doing their best in training. During the games, they are afraid, and I don’t know why.

  “Since we returned after the lockdown, bot for tiredness and the distance from the fourth place, I think they lacked the certainties we had before. In this moment, we must have the strength to react immediately.

  “We don’t have time and we can’t end the season in this way. We must respect the city and the fans.”

  And the former Italy Under-21 coach has claimed he never thought about stepping down.

  “I will be the last to leave this sports centre. I will stay until the last game of the championship. Beyon any result we will get. We can do more, and I have to do more.

  “I have responsibilities but here they started from the beginning of the year. Don’t expect me to run away, it’s not something I do.”

  Di Biagio claimed he is ‘tired’ of talking and wants to ‘send a message to the fans’ through their performances in the remaining six matches.

  “We must give the message to the fans on the pitch. I’m tired of saying something positive to the fans.

  “We have to speak less and step up some more. That’s not something we have done in the last few games.

  “I’m sorry because I perceived a great relationship with clubs, supporters and cities. I would be sorry not to continue here.

  “My hope is to do well in these last six games because I want to be part of the reconstruction of SPAL. We have all the preconditions to be able of doing well.”

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Line-ups Atalanta-Brescia

  Atalanta coach Gian Piero Gasperini leaves out Josip Ilicic and Papu Gomez, as Luis Muriel misses out due to a head injury and Sandro Tonali starts on the bench for Brescia.

  Muriel looked set to start against the Rondinelle tonight, but a head injury has stopped the Colombian from trying to add to his tally in Serie A 2019-20.

  But the Orobici coach has also left out Gomez and Ilicic, as Mario Pasalic gets another chance to impress after having scored a brace in the reverse fixture last year.

  He will be joined by Ruslan Malinovskiy in the duo behind Duvan Zapata.

  Diego Lopez’ side will not have goalkeeper Jesse Joronen available, as well as coping without Mario Balotelli and Dimitri Bisoli.

  The away side will also start with Stefano Sabelli and Sandro Tonali on the bench in Bergamo.

  Atalanta (3-4-1-2): Sportiello; Sutalo, Caldara, Djimsiti; Castagne, De Roon, Tameze, Gosens; Pasalic, Malinovskiy; Zapata

  Brescia (4-3-1-2): Andrenacci; Mangraviti, Chancellor, Mateju, Semprini; Bjarnason, Dessena, Viviani; Spalek; Torregrossa, Donnarumma

  Referee: Manganiello

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