Hannes Wolf has warned that Racing Genk will “play in an attacking manner and have fun” against Carlo Ancelotti’s struggling Napoli.
Genk are bottom of Group E and have nothing to play for, but Wolf made it clear his side would enjoy their trip to the San Paolo, even if Napoli need a win to reach the Champions League last 16.
“We have to have fun, we will play in an attacking way, with courage,” the coach said at a press conference.
“We will have to be good in both halves of the field and we will try to win.
“Napoli are a team with great quality, they are strong in every area of the pitch, but this is the Champions League and we have to play the game of our lives.”
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“I know that right now Napoli are having a difficult time. Even against Udinese they were always on the attack but conceded a goal on the break. Tomorrow will be a big challenge.”
The Partenopei have been linked with Genk midfielder Sander Berge over the last couple of months, so how good is the Norweigan?
”He’s a strong player but also very young as he is only 21 years old. I hope he plays well tomorrow because we need him. He’s a good lad and a very good player.
“I hope he stays with us for a long time. Napoli are also a good team, but I’m not the one who signs players for them.”
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