Former Serie A executive, Luciano Moggi, has urged Napoli to take disciplinary action against Victor Osimhen following the recent substitution row with manager Rudi Garcia. Moggi, who previously served as a director general at Juventus, expressed his views on Napoli’s situation and the uncertainty surrounding Garcia’s future as the club’s manager.
Napoli has faced challenges in the current season, with the team dropping points in four games, including two losses and two draws. These struggles have led to Napoli falling seven points behind league leaders AC Milan. Many attribute the team’s difficulties to the departure of former coach Luciano Spalletti, who guided them to the Scudetto last season, and the arrival of Garcia, putting pressure on the French coach.
Moggi believes that Napoli must demonstrate their full support for Garcia by taking action against Osimhen for his outburst. The Nigerian striker expressed disapproval when he was substituted in Napoli’s match against Bologna. Although he later apologized to the coach, Moggi feels that Osimhen should be fined to show that the coach is in charge.
Moggi emphasized the importance of player discipline and suggested that education should be enforced through fines, even if it involves a player like Osimhen. He stressed the need for Napoli to convey a strong message of unity and support for their coach.
Napoli’s performance this season will be closely watched, and their response to the situation involving Osimhen and Garcia could have a significant impact on the team’s future in Serie A.
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