Palermo chief Maurizio Zamparini thinks that a Juventus side made up of ‘normal’ players could reach the Champions League Final.
Speaking to Radio Radio ahead of this weekend’s Serie A game between the two sides, Zamparini hailed the Old Lady following their win at Shakhtar Donetsk.
“I saw a really strong Juventus last night,” he stated. “They played a great game at a tough place against a very good team.
“I’m impressed by their dynamism and rhythm. On an athletic level, they have 10 gears more than everyone else.
“I think they could be protagonists until the end in Europe, they could reach the Final.
“You have to praise boss Antonio Conte because this Juve, apart from Andrea Pirlo, is made up of normal players.”
Turning to Sunday’s Stadio Barbera clash, Zamparini admitted that he is worried.
“I hope they are a little bit tired after yesterday,” he added. “The game against Juventus comes at the worst possible time.
“Nothing is going right for us as we are playing well, but not scoring. Fabrizio Miccoli thinks we’ll win 2-1 and I hope he’s right.”
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