Football Italians: ‘Fitness and conditioning will be key’


By Football Italian staff It was not too long ago that we thought that the season was going to be a little bit different for the Italian football team.

The first half of the 2015/16 campaign was supposed to be the beginning of an interesting new phase, when the country will have a new crop of superstars to lead them.

However, things did not go to plan.

This is where the season will start for the first time in the 2019/20 campaign.

Injuries will be a factor for both the players and the coaches.

The most noticeable change is the fact that the likes of Andrea Pirlo, Alessandro Nesta, Gianluigi Buffon and even Roberto Baggio will not be available for the start of the season.

This will make for a different picture for the teams that start on Saturday, March 31, and the first team will not feature many of its stars from the previous campaign.

The other important difference is the lack of an international break.

This means that the teams will have only a few days to rest between games, which will help them to recover from the loss of the stars from last season.

The big question is whether the team will get stronger from the first week.

The starting eleven has to be composed of a player that has not been in the first XI in the past, and a player who is at the peak of his game.

The team will need to find a player capable of making a breakthrough, especially since they are expected to lose only one of their starting eleven players.

It will be the first game after a break for both teams, so it will be important for the squad to be rested.

The key is to find out who the starting eleven is going to consist of in order to prepare for the upcoming match against Roma.

First team: Roberto Baggiosi, Giacomo Bonaventura, Antonio Candreva, Leonardo Bonucci, Alessio Cerci, Alessandros Townsende, Giuseppe Bellini, Davide Santon, Andrea Pizzi, Alessandra Totti (Darius Tadic)