Atalanta Coach Stefano Colantuono has admitted that winning against Napoli this weekend will be tough.
La Dea face the Partenopei at Stadio San Paolo on Saturday, and the tactician has conceded that getting three points is going to be a tough ask.
“We will go to Naples with great humility,” he told a Press conference. “We are aware of our limitations, but we’re convinced we can make a good impression.
“We’re going to be playing against one of the best teams in the League – I’m sure they’ll repeat the sort of performances they’ve shown over the past two seasons.
“I really like Benitez – he’s kept a good squad and is one of the most skilled tacticians around.
“Napoli have gone from one great Coach in Mazzarri to another.
“We’re going to have to concentrate for the entire 90 minutes at San Paolo, and try not to leave any spaces for their dangerous attackers.”
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