Lukic is back, now it’s another run-off between Pobega and Mandragora

Lukic will return against Hellas Verona, an immovable player for Juric, without whom the grenades have always struggled

After the bad home defeat remedied against Napoli, Toro has been focusing on the match against Hellas Verona for several days. Match in which Ivan Juric he will find Sasa again Lukic, after the Serbian midfielder served his suspension. The Bull thus finds a pawn that has proved to be truly indispensable in the game of the grenade team. In fact, it certainly cannot be a coincidence that in the three league games in which the number 10 of Toro did not take the field, the grenades collected two defeats (against Venice and precisely Naples) and a draw (in Bologna). Now Lukic, who has been the protagonist of an excellent season, is ready to take back his place in the middle of the field to try to give a hand to Toro to return to victory after the defeat remedied against the Neapolitans. Then, once the season is over, the grenades will have to lock down Lukic and pay attention to the teams, especially foreign ones, who have set their sights on the former Partizan Belgrade midfielder. But now the head is turned to the match against Hellas Verona, a very difficult opponent.

The Pobega-Mandragora duel is ready to ignite

With the return of Lukic there will be a ballot between Rolando Mandrake and Thomas Pobega, one of the two will remain outside. Without any shadow of a doubt both will have a great desire to play and will try to prove it in these days of work at Philadelphia. Pobega will want to take the field after the mistake made against Napoli, where the former Spezia midfielder got the ball blown by Fabian Ruiz thus favoring the Spaniard’s goal. But it must also be said that not even Mandragora did well against the Azzurri as long as he remained on the pitch, before being substituted to make room for Pobega. Both have a great desire for redemption and will have to try to convince Juric, because there is only room for one of the two on the pitch. Regardless of who takes the field, the grenades will not want to miss another game.

Sasa Lukic
Sasa Lukic

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