Walter Mazzarri has already named Edu Vargas and Lorenzo Insigne in the starting XI as Napoli visit PSV Eindhoven.
“Nothing will change tactically from our usual approach. There will be some youngsters on the field, as this is a year of growth for us and they must step on to the field in order to improve,” said the Coach in his Press conference.
“It is very new for us to have a 22-man squad and increases the quality in every role. You cannot be at your best playing every three days.”
Marek Hamsik is suspended after his red card against AIK, but Mazzarri was comfortable in naming his line-up ahead of tomorrow’s Europa League match.
“If nothing happens, then we’ll start with Rosati, Fernandez, Aronica, Cannavaro, Mesto, Dzemaili, Donadel, El Kaddouri, Insigne and Vargas.
“Those who start will know they are potential first choice players and if they do well then they’ll be confirmed for the next game.
“We are not underestimating the Europa League. In order for players to grow, they have to play, so we are making the most out of our squad.
“PSV are a strong and quick team, so we have great respect for them and will try to put them under pressure with our strengths.”
Today the Napoli headquarters were visited by financial police who took away numerous documents.
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