Most Dangerous Threat Milan, Surprise Teams Follow
JLast night Juve were missing Trezegeut, Camoranesi, Zanetti, Del Piero, Chiellini, Buffon, Manninger, Poulsen and Iaquinta among others. The only real threat I see from the Milan team is if Ronaldinho gets back to his past splendid form cause a midfield and attack which has Ronaldinho and Kaka listed on it is not easy to face with but should we be on full throttle with all players available it will be a good challenge. Inter have built up a strong team buying and adding depth to the squad with the arrival of Jose Mourinho but I actually see Roma or Fiorentina moving a step ahead and pip the current Italian Champions. Roma have failed to win the scudetto for a couple of years now and their slight inconsistency when it comes to real deal in the league seems to be faulty and unless they can create a great deal at the start of the season I do not see Roma as a contender for the Serie A. The arrival of Julio Baptista does put thought to edit this last sentence though but I’ll keep on to my first opinion. Regarding Fiorentina, they are going to play in the Champions League too this season, should they beat Slavia Prague in the preliminaries (1-0 first leg) and they would find it slightly difficult to cope with both competitions but I reckon the Viola are putting on a good ambition having strengthened the team as they did and a Gilardino-Mutu attack is somewhat dangerous.
It is difficult to predict the outcome of the Serie A before it has even kicked-off but the SuperCoppa next Sunday will definitely give us a slight idea of how Inter and Roma will fair. Roma have not had the finest pre-season friendlies and Inter well I don’t really care how they did in the friendlies against Juve we beat them so that’s pretty that!
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