The Europa League is the best competition in Europe, says Juventus midfielder Gianluigi Buffon, who knows how difficult it is to get to the top of the ladder.
The first half of the season is about learning and preparing, but in the second half you need to take advantage of all the opportunities that arise.
The Europa league is a tough competition because it is so deep and full of teams with different styles, and if you are not able to win your first match in the group stages, you are going to lose the whole season.
It is the perfect time to go for the big goals, to do the hard work and try to get the best result possible.
Bruciello has been at Juventus since the age of 16, and after a number of loan spells with Ligue 1 side Lille, the 23-year-old joined the Bianconeri in 2011.
“I would like to thank all my coaches for their advice,” Buffon told Tuttosport.
Buffon said he enjoyed the Europa league more than the Serie A title, but admits it was “not the easiest competition” to win.””
I hope that we have a good season and we will have another great season with great players.”
Buffon said he enjoyed the Europa league more than the Serie A title, but admits it was “not the easiest competition” to win.
“It is a little bit different than Serie A,” Buffan said.
“There is no real pressure, it is a more relaxed competition.
I think we have the players to win and to be honest, the Champions League is very difficult.
However, in the end we are always looking for more.”