Roberto Donadoni believes Parma must rely on “professional mentality.” to get something from Napoli tonight.
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“We know that we are facing a great side and will give our all,” said the Coach in his Press conference.
“I am convinced all of us must see as our target the desire to go above and beyond the call of duty. Professionals who work at our level must have that mentality. This is why I want every player to be convinced of their capabilities.
“We need a top class performances in Naples. It will require determination and willpower to the max, working as a team unit together.
“I absolutely do not want to see a Parma that sits back, for example like the first half against Lazio. We were far too passive and in fact I made big changes at the break.
“Tactics are important, but become secondary compared to the attitude of the players.”
Aleandro Rosi is suspended, while Daniele Galloppa and Stefano Okaka are injured. Gabriel Paletta returns from a long injury lay-off, but might not be fit to start.