At the press conference, Ultra Blue talks about how things are going
In one of the most talked about transfers of the summer, Italian extreme Ange Capuozzo moved from Grenoble to Toulouse, finally landing in 14th place, the top French league, and into one of Europe’s most popular teams.
He talked about his early days in the Rossoneri jersey at the classic press conference on the eve of the tournament day: “At first I spent a period of observation. I changed the environment and my colleagues, for the first time I had to leave my area comfort I leave the city in which I was born. That period has passed and today I am at a point where I am even more of a hero. I feel so good, both with the group and in the game, that I begin to find my references with others. I am very relieved and at the same time all this is a source of energy to move on to the next stage, to try to get my place in the race regularly.”
In three of the top 14 games, Capuzzo stayed in the stands for the opening game, entering the game in a lead with a win at Toulon and starting last weekend, playing a good 80 minutes against Pau, albeit in a crushing defeat for Toulouse.
For the occasion, the Rossoneri lined up an interesting extended triangle, made up of Melvyn Jaminet and Arthur Retiére, the other two summer signatures on the frontline. Tomas Ramos, who is often an extreme, played No. 10 instead.
“We spend a lot of time training to replicate all the situations. We deal with a lot of messy and real game situations so we can find them later in the game. At the moment we still have to find exactly the same robotic mechanisms in the game, but I am confident that we We’ll do that soon, given how hard we work.”
Furthermore, a journalist present at the press conference asked Capuzzo if he had been contacted by any of the French National Choices staff.
“No, I never went. That was not the case, in my opinion. I had my first game for Italy in less than 20 years and I was selected about a year ago with Italy (A) and I participated in the Six Nations with them. So I think That there was no room for contact with the French national team. France is a strong team with players, but I am fine with Italy. They accompanied me at a time when I was not chosen by anyone, today I am very happy to play with them.”
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