It was only yesterday that it was announced that Gianluigi Buffon would be making his Serie A debut in the game’s next round.
But, for some, the former Juventus man is just a ‘pro’ football player.
“I’m a regular guy who’s always been a professional, a professional in every sense of the word,” said Buffon, who has also played in the French league.
“It’s always a very simple sport.
We have our own rules.
You can’t use your hands, you can’t touch the ball.
We all play on the field, not in the stands.”
As a young player, Buffon also played a role in the creation of the current crop of Italian footballers.
He is one of the key figures in the generation of players who are becoming more familiar with the rules of the game in Europe.
“The rules are very simple.
We’re not really allowed to touch the football,” said the 22-year-old.
“If you don’t do it in the right way, you could get into trouble.”
It’s a message that the young generation of footballers is taking seriously.
“We are a very mature generation,” said Juventus’ Marco Verratti.
“There’s no need to be afraid of it.
It’s normal to be interested in football.”
The new generation of young players are also learning to understand the sport.
“For example, it’s very important to understand what the rules are,” said Verrati.
In addition to Buffon’s appearance in the first round of the 2018/19 season, there are a number of other names who have been making the jump to the top of Serie A. Among them is Alessandro Del Piero, who is currently with Juventus and who has already made his first-team debut. “
And I think that’s what you’ll find in the next few years.”
In addition to Buffon’s appearance in the first round of the 2018/19 season, there are a number of other names who have been making the jump to the top of Serie A. Among them is Alessandro Del Piero, who is currently with Juventus and who has already made his first-team debut.
“He’s one of our top players,” Juventus sporting director Giampaolo Pazzini said.
In the next two years, we’ll see what he’s capable of.”