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NAPOLI, Zielinski: "My mother would kick me out if I got a tattoo"

06.03.2019 18.28 by Claudio Colla  read 1245
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Answering to media asking him about getting a tattoo if scoring against Red Bull Salzburg, in Europa League, being on a goal-marking spree, Napoli wingback Piotr Zielinski stated: "That's a big no. I would never get a tattoo, otherwise my mum would kick me out". On the game: "We are steady as a group. We trained well, and we know we are about to face a very important match. We've got to be focused, and avoid underestimating Salzburg, which is a very good team. My deal extension talks? My agent is dealing with that. I'm fine in Naples, and I'd be glad to stay put five more years".

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