Dybala Depicts Differences Between Allegri and Mourinho

Paulo Dybala hit the net against Betis, but it wasn’t enough for Roma to come away with some points in the third matchday of the Europa League group stage. The Argentine commented on the result and was asked about his last two coaches by Sky.

“They are technically sound, Sergio Canales moves around the whole pitch, and it’s tough to press him. We followed the game plan, and we’re sorry for the result.”

Dybala dished on his first few months in the Italian capital.

“The gaffer and my teammates integrated me into the group immediately. Then, we have to learn to handle moments and emotions better. The way I was welcomed by everybody, including the fans, made me feel like I was one of them. The physical preparation went very well. The boss is giving me a lot of trust.”

The Argentine was quizzed about José Mourinho and Massimiliano Allegri.

“They are similar in some things and diverse in others. I talk with the coach a lot more now. They both focus on the defensive phase and game management. As for the Juventus gaffer, I don’t miss the conversations with him. Everybody has his ideas. We didn’t see eye-to-eye on some stuff, but it’s what happens on the pitch that matters. It’s not like we argued daily. We tried to do what was best for the team. I don’t want to stir up any controversy, as he gave me a lot and contributed to my growth.”

Dybala weighed in on Lionel Messi announcing that Qatar 2022 would be his last World Cup.

“That doesn’t make me happy. It’s the best competition in the world. He’ll be eager to do well, likely everybody in the Argentina squad.”

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