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Di Gennaro praises Inzaghi’s tactical genius ahead of Juventus vs. Inter clash

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In a recent interview with TMW Radio via (ilbianconero), football veteran Antonio Di Gennaro shared his insights ahead of the highly anticipated match between Juventus and Inter at San Siro.

Making his preference clear, Di Gennaro firmly believes that Simone Inzaghi has the upper hand over Massimiliano Allegri in the coaching department.

Going beyond the usual discussion of playing formations, Di Gennaro highlighted Inzaghi’s knack for transforming defenders into dynamic midfielders, giving Inter a well-rounded team.

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He praised Inter’s game approach, emphasizing their adept handling of different situations, effective pressing, and sharp attacking strategies.

Di Gennaro drew comparisons with Napoli’s successful playstyle from the previous season, noting the almost instinctive understanding that Inter seems to possess.

While recognizing Inter’s growth over the years, Di Gennaro also acknowledged Allegri’s improvement in the last year.

However, he speculated on how Allegri might have fared with additional European competition, suggesting that the lack of continental distractions could be contributing to Juventus’ strong performance in the Italian league.

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Adding depth to his analysis, Di Gennaro discussed Allegri’s successful revival of Dusan Vlahovic, the striker who has found new life since joining Juventus from Fiorentina.

He sees this as a strategic move that has injected renewed vigor into Juventus’ attacking style.

As the excitement builds for the upcoming clash, football fans eagerly anticipate whether Inzaghi’s tactical prowess can translate into on-field success against Allegri’s Juventus.

Di Gennaro’s insights provide a captivating preview of what promises to be an enthralling battle at San Siro, where both teams will vie for supremacy in a match that could shape the course of the Italian league.

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