Lippi puts Milan and Napoli above the rest

World Cup winning Coach Marcello Lippi believes those sides starting the season with coaching stability will have the edge over their competitors.
The Viareggio native, still on a sabbatical following Italy’s humiliating 2010 World Cup campaign, told Sky Sport that solidity will work in Milan and Napoli’s favour.
“I believe that there will be an advantage for those teams who have not changed coach, namely Milan and Napoli. Behind them are Juventus, Inter and Roma.”
Juventus replaced Luigi Del Neri with Antonio Conte after finishing seventh; Leonardo was replaced by Gian Piero Gasperini at Inter.
And Roma looked outside of Italy for their Vincenzo Montella replacement, bringing in ex-Barcelona man Luis Enrique.
Lippi was intrigued by the new regime in place in the capital: “Roma are creating a lot of curiosity and have mine.
“They have made a change in their philosophy of playing and in their players. They have taken players that have a great future. However, I see Milan and Napoli with an advantage.” Welcome Bonus Offer Betway

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