On the one hand Joe Montemurro, protagonist with his Juventus of a practically perfect first part of the season (also in Europe), on the other Maurizio Ganz, ready to lead Milan towards the first title in its history. Between the two technicians, on display, the trophy of the 25th edition of the Italian women’s football Super Cup will be played tomorrow at 2.30 pm at the ‘Benito Stirpe’ in Frosinone in front of more than three thousand spectators.
And it is important to remember that outside the stadium, starting at 11, on the initiative of the Lazio Region and the Frosinone ASL, the ‘Vaccini in tour’ gazebo was organized, where anyone will have the opportunity to get vaccinated without the need for a reservation (they will be given first doses of Johnson and Johnson vaccine and booster with Moderna).
“The approach to this Final Four was not easy due to the problems that you all know (positivity to Covid ed) – says the Bianconere coach Montemurro -, but fortunately the situation has improved and I can say that the team is ready to go into The semi-final against Sassuolo was certainly not our best match, but victories always give morale and energy. ” For Juve women it will be the fourth consecutive final in the Super Cup.
“To face Juventus, which have been dominating the stage for years, we will have to be perfect – says Milan coach Maurizio Ganz – even if this may not be enough. I will ask our girls to take the field with pride and determination. : they must be ready to fight from start to finish “. “I am happy to be able to congratulate my colleague Montemurro – says Ganz – because the path he is making in a competition as difficult as the Champions League is something that is making all of us proud who care about the women’s football movement. In Europe we all cheer for them. “
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