Aurelio De Laurentiis is pleased with what he has seen since Walter Mazzarri took over and said his piece about the Stadio Diego Armando Maradona, which is famously in rough shape, in his comments to Prime Video (via OneFootball).
“I’m very happy with the team, as we never fell into the trap. We had some slip-ups, which happen in life. But there’s a long way from those to saying that we’re no longer the team that won the Scudetto. I’m of the belief that we should take stock only at the end of the season.”
“Let’s see what happens in the cups and the league and if those who manage football, which are responible for sinking this sport, somehow succeed in making it more modern and efficient and less verbose for the youngsters who are fed up with following an outdated product.”
De Laurentiis has some ideas for stadiums.
“They should be the number one priority and must be places that are usable 24/7. If Mayor Gaetano Manfredi, who’s a Juventus fan, manages to break the bond that ties him to the city council and hands me the arena, I’ll make it the best in Italy in a year. Otherwise, we’ll build one in Caserta or Pompei. The president of Campania is on my side and he has been the only one capable of renovating a stadium.”
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