Serie A’s Napoli team has retreated into Monday to Saturday training at the Grand Hotel Serapide, Pozzuoli and the fields of Castel Volturno ahead of their clash against Salernitana this Saturday. This move, as reported by the Italian based media outlet Gazzetta dello Sport, is in response to the team’s recent disappointing performance in Torino and is seen as an attempt by coach Mazzarri to revive his struggling squad.
Since their loss in Torino, the team has been facing an identity crisis, with a string of poor results threatening to diminish their reputation. These training sessions are viewed by the squad and the management as a shock therapy, aimed at tackling the immediate problems and ensuring the team’s resurgence in the upcoming games.
After facing Salernitana, the team will head to Saudi Arabia, where their participation in the Italian Supercup presents a potential opportunity for redemption. The team, currently in dire need of stability and assurance, views the upcoming competition as a chance to turn their fortunes around.