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ITALY, Ventura: "We must have patience"

10.10.2016 08.36 by Lorenzo Semino  read 3857

Italy came from behind to win 2-3 against Macedonia in the World Cup Qualifier last night.

The former Torino head coach claimed: “About 90 per cent of our mistakes were down to a lack of experience and, if you can say that, superficiality. When there are many youngsters on the field, you must have patience,” 

“The fightback showed great character - he told Rai SportWe had 10-15 minutes of black-out in which we were not a team, but we got back together and went out to find this victory.

“This is yet more proof that at the end of the day we can achieve something very good.”

“We changed our system towards the end and pegged Macedonia back into their own half. We need to work.”

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