Massimiliano Allegri: No team can catch Napoli - Napoli's appearance in the 2022/2023 Italian League was so impressive. Until the 14th week, Napoli comfortably at the top of the standings. Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri considers as if other teams are not given no breath to catch up to Napoli.

Napoli is currently enjoying the top of the standings alone. Luciano Spalletti's squad is eight points ahead of AC Milan who is in 2nd place. Juventus, who are now in sixth position, are 13 points behind Napoli.

The success of creating such a big distance with its competitors cannot be separated from Napoli's results in the last ten matches. Napoli recorded victories in all these matches.

Allegri was also worried that if Napoli continued like this, then Napoli would go smoothly without interruption. In fact, there will be no team that can catch up with the Partenopei.


Napoli's journey this season is recognized by Allegri as extraordinary. Napoli is not just hockey, they are fierce. Just look at the goal difference, which is far adrift at 34-10 and has never lost.

"Napoli currently have a truly extraordinary competitive journey," he said at an official press conference.

"If they continue to impress like this, then no team can come close," he added.


Given the distance between Juventus and Napoli, Allegri doesn't want to bother. Currently he wants to slowly improve his position in the standings. Juventus' 2-0 victory over Inter Milan in the last match was a confidence booster.

“We just need to do it little by little. We will face Verona first, then Lazio, then rest," he said.

“The win against Inter has given us satisfaction and pleasure. But we still have to focus on getting a good result before the World Cup."

Don't Take It lightly

Juventus' next opponent is Hellas Verona in the 14th week of the 2022/2023 Italian League. The match will be held at the Stadio Marc'Antonio Bentegodi, Friday (11/11/2022) early morning WIB.

Verona's condition is currently slumped at the bottom of the standings with only one win from 13 matches. Even so, Allegri was reluctant to underestimate his opponent.

"In the last few games, they lost in an inappropriate way. They are a very physical and attacking team. So it won't be easy," he concluded. 

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