Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey has affirmed that Maurizio Sarri is ‘extremely detailed’ and has clarified that he is ‘altogether different’ from the Premier League as far as Series A tactics.
The Old Lady got the Wales international on a free transfer last summer when Ramsey left Arsenal after a decade in north London.
The 29-year-old hasn’t prevailed with regards to placing himself in the starting line-up of Sarri, yet has been effective in major games including the final apparatus ahead of the Interruption.”Getting the three focuses and coming back to the top of the league has been an immense task for us. We made sure on the day that we gave everything. No one knew whether the standings would stay the way they were, “Ramsey told The Athletic about the 2-0 victory against the Nerazzurri.
Ramsey admitted that he was given a brief look at extensive tactics by previous Gunners coach Unai Emery however acknowledged that he was faced with a radically extraordinary approach.
“It is unique in relation to what I’m accustomed to doing. Although Unai Emery had been experiencing a lot of things last season. Sarri likes to be careful about things. The tactics are such a major thing here, especially in Italy. The Premier League is more start to finish. There is somewhat more adaptability to attack and there is potentially more space to manipulate. A ton of teams here, especially against the greater sides, drop into a low square a lot further and encourage you to come and break them down. You have to be a lot of patience.”
At present, Juventus proceeds versus Milan in the semi-finals of the arrival leg of Coppa Italia, with the match finishing 1-1 in San Siro in February.