A couple of weeks ago, we were talking about the differences between the first team and the second.
Now we have some good news: I’ve been told the former will not be used for the 2014/15 campaign.
It’s not all bad news for the former, however.
The current squad will not feature in the new TV schedule, but this will not impact on their playing schedule.
The club has been told that the new format, dubbed ‘The Sporting Calendar’ will start on the 30th of December, when the first-team squad will be assembled.
That means the first eleven matches will be played before the final match of the season.
This will give us a better idea of what to expect.
The format of the first fixture, against Juventus, is not exactly the most difficult, but it is a long way from being a regular fixture.
It was played on the 5th of November, when both sides have played two games and have played 10 total.
We can safely say that the first half of the game is the most competitive, especially when we consider that Juventus have played only one match since the start of the 2014-15 season.
The result is a 2-0 win, and the match was very close.
It’s been said that the second half was much better.
The second fixture, away to Napoli, will be the second match in three weeks between the two clubs, but will be a much more relaxed affair than the first.
Napoli have only played three matches in the last three years and will not have played since the beginning of the new campaign.
A total of 12 players from the current squad have been selected for the match.
We will see the full squad in full before the season starts, so I can’t give you the final prediction of the match, but I can give you an idea of how the players will perform.