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      23.09.2019 14:09 - in: Serie A S

      Sarri: “Brescia are dangerous”

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      The head coach previewed tomorrow evening’s midweek outing against Brescia

      After Saturday’s victory over Hellas Verona, the Bianconeri will be back in action tomorrow evening against Brescia. Mister Sarri underlined the importance of continue and the understanding both he and his players need to have.

      “It's important that we have continuity in this moment, but there are also other factors to consider,” he declared. “Today, we'll have to make some evaluations. Brescia are a dangerous team. They play decent football in an enthusiastic environment and a lot of work has gone into it. The game is undoubtedly a tricky one.

      “With Juve it's a process of mutual learning. I have to understand what I can do, and the team must understand what I am asking for. It's an evolutionary phase and we are working on it.

      “‘The Juve world’ is in many ways not so different from that of other teams. Here, there's a lot of organisation and I'm finding it well. Then, technically the real adaption is to that of the team and searching for the right balance.

      "At the moment there is the tendency to try to play more by all of the teams, but after 10 games these attitudes can change, so let's see in a few weeks."

      He then touched on the condition of Gonzalo Higuain: “He didn't sustain any fractures to his nasal septum. The difficulty he had during the match was being able to breathe through the bandage.

      This year, many have predicted that this year’s Serie A campaign is expected to be one that will be more unpredictable than the previous seasons.

      “I don't have a complete picture of all of our opponents in Serie A, but the impression is that this season is more difficult than in other years."

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