Calcimercato.it interviewed the expert coach
SERIE B EXCLUSIVE MARIO CAPECE / Over the years, Serie B has proven to be suitable for the growth of young footballers coming from the youth teams of the various Serie A clubs. A different way to grow professionally and that has always allowed these players to temper their character to overcome even the toughest challenges.It will be interesting to see how goalkeepers like Plizzari and Audero will perform having now the opportunity to prove their qualities playing consistently.
Calciomercato.it interviewed Mario Capece, the former Entella goalkeeper coach who is currently training at Fk Partizan.
"There are several players that are interesting and I am curious to see how they will perform from now on. Ternana's Plizzari, Venezia's Audero, and Salernitana's Radunovic are three young goalkeepers who have the opportunity to grow and then hope to be protagonists in the Serie A. Also Lezzerini can perform well with Avellino.
Serie B is a very long championship. Several clubs change their goalkeeper in the due course.Also because many clubs have two keepers of similar value. I am thinking about Entella's Paroni and Iacobucci, Foggia's Guarna and Pelizzoli, and Cittadella's Alfonso and Paleari. These are all very expert players that can give a great contribution to their teams.
I believe that with a young and an experienced goalkeeper a club can better face the Serie B. This season, Serie B is very complicated. Big clubs like Palermo, Pescara, Parma, Foggia, Venezia, Salernitana, and Empoli are hoping to return to the Serie A soon. Bari, Spezia, and Carpi are very respectable sides as well. Entella is an outsider but I believe that if they will be able to create a great group soon, they can perform a great season.
I have trained in several clubs. I had the possibility to work with Mirante, Marchetti, Seculin, Paroni, Pelizzoli, Zanotti, Rossini e Casadei. Some of them would deserve even more and knowing them well I am convinced that they will do all they can to carve out the necessary space."