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UDINESE, Guidolin: "Training at the stadium? No counter-intelligence intention"

20.08.2012 16.00 by TM W  read 1156
Source: Udinese.it
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There is no hidden reason, no intention to protect “his” creature in the choice made by Francesco Guidolin to carry out training sessions at the Friuli instead of the Dino Bruseschi sports centre. A decision made according to two fundamental factors.
“There is no hidden, secret intention in my choice – the coach has said earlier today – and I am not trying to prevent anyone from spying our training sessions. I just think that the grandstand can protect us from the suffocating heat and allow us to breathe a little bit better. Moreover, the training ground at the Bruseschi are not in the best condition, that is why I have chosen to have my lads train at the Friuli, that still has to be given full practicability after the renovations occurred to the stands, therefore it cannot be open to the public. I hope the situation can change soon, I like supporters to come and give a boost to the squad, I’ve never thought carrying out closed-door sessions can be of any help”.

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