Pray Lippi Juventus Success in Berlin
Madrid – Former coach of Juventus and the Italian national team, Marcello Lippi, pray Bianconeri success in Berlin, where the final of the Champions League held next month. For Lippi himself, Berlin is a special city.
In Berlin, in 2006, Lippi ordain themselves as one of the coaches who never won the World Cup. At that time, Italy has trained successfully beat France through the round of penalty kicks.
In the Italian squad at the time, there were three players who now strengthening Juventus. The third player is Andrea Pirlo, Gianluigi Buffon and Andrea Barzagli.
“Berlin is a special place for me, also for some players at Juventus,” said Lippi told Tuttomercato.
“I see a lot of similarities between the Italian team and the team that I coached Juventus are now. I hope, result in the final later the same.”
Lippi also been delivering Juventus to the Champions League final. Not just once, but four times. He was the last coach who led Juventus to the Champions League final, before Massimiliano Allegri do the same this season.
Lippi successfully bring Juventus to the final in 1996, 1997, 1998, and 2003. However, only in 1996 he managed to bring Juventus to become champion.
“Juventus proved last night that they are strong, very strong. They played with full confidence, they also showed the attitude that they really want to qualify for the final.”
“They proved that they are stronger than Real Madrid, but their achievement is also inseparable from the DNA of Juventus.”
“Now, the greater their confidence. They showed it with a great performance at the level of European competition,” said Lippi.
Juventus qualified for the final after eliminating Real Madrid with a 3-2 aggregate. In the final in Berlin, June 6, Juventus will face the representatives of Spain, Barcelona.