Daniele Padelli: “Handanovic Is The Best Goalkeeper In Italy”

February 16, 2018 09:30
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Inter’s Italian reserve keeper Daniele Padelli, was interviewed by Premium Sport where he spoke about the current state of Inter and the next Serie A match away against Genoa.

Padelli began by talking about the win against Bologna last week stating that “the 3 points bring enthusiasm, we come from a particular period and we hope to be back on the right track. The moment is decisive, we are running for our goal and we have to work and do more. In Italy it’s hard, you have to be 100% through the positive and negative moments, but we always stayed there. we must think about each game.

“We only have one competition and we have to take advantage of it. We have some absences but those who play here must always be ready, as it has happened in the last games. At Marassi it will be as hard as ever but we prepared good” Padelli stated.

Padelli was asked about the recent controversies surrounding the team to which he replied: “I think that you wash your dirty laundry at home and I have not seen all these problems you have mentioned. Once someone knows more about us from the outside, we do not listen to what happens outside, someone obviously likes to talk about non-existent things.”

Padelli has seen little of the pitch this season and when asked about it he stated that: “When you do not play often you have to work harder, I’m ready to take advantage of the opportunity. Eder, Karamoh and Ranocchia are always on top, not just on Sundays.”

The former Torino goalkeeper was asked to share his thoughts on Rafinha stating that: “He’s a good guy, with a desire to play on the field ans has great qualities, he will give us a hand.”

In conclusion Padelli was asked to give a judgment on his goalkeeping colleague’s in the Serie A stating: “Handanovic, Alisson, Buffon and I think also Gomis are great. There are many that are good but the Slovenian is ahead of everyone. We are a good group, we will fight until the end for the Champions League, because of our history it is necessary.”

By Mario Gagliano