Juventus cheers up and sharpens: "6 points against Maccabi Haifa is a must"
Locatelli, Rabio and maybe also Keiza should be fit for the greens.
Juba are trying to calm Vlahovitch and are building on a "month of redemption"
Monday, September 26, 2022, 7:35 p.m
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Summary: Monza - Juventus 0:1 (Sport1)
In the shadow of Juventus' professional crisis, in Italy they state that the old lady hopes for a "month of redemption" in October, part of which will be two games against Maccabi Haifa in six days (October 5 and 11).
Like the Israeli champions, Juve also lost to Paris Saint-Germain, and Nefika and Israel Mengaf mentioned today that "to maintain a chance of advancing to the round of 16, six points against Maccabi Haifa are a must."
The media surrounding the old lady has been dealing with the relatively poor form of Dušan Vlahovic in recent days, who looked nervous in recent games and failed to score in the disappointing games against Salerno and Monza, as well as in the first two rounds of the Champions League.
Massimo Mauro, who played for Juventus in the years 1985-1989 and won the championship with them, said: "Vlajovic must stop concentrating on the wars with the opposing defenders. When he does that, he will score easily. He should conduct himself with wisdom and maturity and not shout and fight all the time with the opposing players. There will always be A defender who is close to him, no one will give him two meters and freedom to kick - and he has to learn to deal with it."
Seems very nervous in recent games.
Vlahovitch (Photo: GettyImages, Jonathan Moscrop)
In the meantime, there is also good news in Juventus.
Manuel Locatelli, Adrien Rabiot and Alex Sandro are back in full training and could play against Bologna on Sunday.
Federico Caesa is due to return to full action by the end of the week and under-criticism Similiano Allegri hopes these returns will breathe new life into a five-match winless streak.
On the other hand, it is still not clear if Fabio Miretti will be able to play against Maccabi Haifa.
The midfielder, who at the age of 19 became a full-fledged player in Juventus, injured his ankle in the game of the young Italian team against its English counterpart and was replaced.
He should return to action near the game against Maccabi Haifa, but as mentioned it is still unclear if he will be fit.
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