Italian media – Anteo Spazio Cinema http://anteospaziocinema.com/ Thu, 12 May 2022 11:18:18 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://anteospaziocinema.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/cropped-icon-32x32.png Italian media – Anteo Spazio Cinema http://anteospaziocinema.com/ 32 32 MotoGP 2022, Jack Miller, Ducati, riders market, contracts, silly season, French Grand Prix, Le Mans https://anteospaziocinema.com/motogp-2022-jack-miller-ducati-riders-market-contracts-silly-season-french-grand-prix-le-mans/ Thu, 12 May 2022 04:18:00 +0000 https://anteospaziocinema.com/motogp-2022-jack-miller-ducati-riders-market-contracts-silly-season-french-grand-prix-le-mans/ Jack Miller still doesn’t know which bike he’ll be riding in 2023, although his Ducati team is set to decide its rider line-up in three weeks. Miller, out of contract, started the season as Ducati’s strongest factory rider and clinched the team’s first podium of the year in Austin, but the resurgence in form of […]]]>

Jack Miller still doesn’t know which bike he’ll be riding in 2023, although his Ducati team is set to decide its rider line-up in three weeks.

Miller, out of contract, started the season as Ducati’s strongest factory rider and clinched the team’s first podium of the year in Austin, but the resurgence in form of teammate Francesco Bagnaia fended off the pressure on the Australian.

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Bagnaia’s controlled win in Spain lifted him to fifth in the title standings, 14 points and six places ahead of Miller, but without the downside of the Australian’s technical retirement in Qatar after qualifying fourth .

Miller’s seat was under surveillance even before the start of the season, with 2021’s top rookie, Jorge Martin, queuing to grab his factory suit. Martin’s impressive debut year hasn’t translated into a strong 2022, but Enea Bastianini has taken over as the only repeat winner of the year so far and is the marque’s highest-placed driver. Italian in the championship.

The team’s public messaging was mixed.

Late last month, when Miller was linked with a return to the LCR, Ducati team manager Davide Tardozzi came to the Australian’s defence.

“We don’t want to lose Jack,” he said on MotoGP TV. “We will see what happens in the next few weeks.

“We are happy that other teams are looking to Jack because it means we have a good rider, but for Ducati everything will be done to keep him.”

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But speaking to Italian media, sporting director Paolo Ciabatti suggested Miller was not within the scope of the factory stay.

“Bastianini and Martin have been with Ducati since 2021,” he told Sky Sport Italia. “They work very well; Ducati is definitely betting on them in the future.

“There is only one place in the factory team, but the goal is to keep them both on a Ducati. The situation will clear up by June.

Although June is just three weeks away, Miller has not heard of his Borgo Panigale future.

“At the moment I don’t have an offer,” he told the MotoGP website. “I’m not looking for the money…I’m looking for the most competitive bike to put me in a good position to try to fight for race wins or podiums.

“I feel at home there and I would like to stay at home. Whether they want to keep me or not, we’ll wait and see.

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Miller also addressed the report of his remarks from the start of the season that he “wouldn’t care” if he was sent back to Pramac in a reshuffle of the Ducati lineup and that he “didn’t mind”.

“You know, what I said was kind of taken out of context,” he clarified. “It’s not like I’m saying, ‘Ah yes, please take my place and I’ll be back there.’ Not at all.

“I worked really hard to get to this position where I am now, to be in a factory team.

“But at the end of the day, I love racing in MotoGP and I don’t want to stop racing in MotoGP. I want to be on a competitive package, and I know that if I were to go to Pramac, I would get a competitive package at for sure.

“If I couldn’t stay in the factory team, then Pramac would definitely be one of my best options.”

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Ducati’s June deadline lines up two or three races crucial to Miller’s future and the wider rider market, with only this weekend’s French Grand Prix and the Italian Grand Prix on May 29 before that. the Catalan Grand Prix on June 5.

There’s never a bad time for a good performance, but resuming victory in 2021 at Le Mans would certainly be timely after being blitzed by Pecco in the final round and crashing while in contention for the podium in Portugal.

Not that he feels pressure to perform suddenly.

“I mean, you can’t let bad results get to you as much as they would have before,” he said. “I understand at the time that if you were fifth it would be a terrible weekend just because of the [close] level the championship is at.

“You have to understand and try to make the best of each situation.

“I get annoyed when people instantly write you off when you’ve had three races and people think you’re done when you finished last year winning two races and finishing fourth in the world championship.

“The next year you’re still the same guy and everyone tells you you’re done and you don’t know what you’re doing or you need that podium.

“I feel like the best 2022 version of Jack Miller we’ve had.”

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Netflix opens Italian office – Media Play News https://anteospaziocinema.com/netflix-opens-italian-office-media-play-news/ Mon, 09 May 2022 15:15:34 +0000 https://anteospaziocinema.com/netflix-opens-italian-office-media-play-news/ Erik Gruenwedel May 9, 2022 Netflix’s international charm offensive continues. The subscription streaming video giant has opened an Italian office in Rome, with plans to increase local content production. The move comes after the service reported a net loss of 200,000 subscribers worldwide in the first quarter, ending March 31. The streamer lost 300,000 subscribers […]]]>

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Netflix’s international charm offensive continues. The subscription streaming video giant has opened an Italian office in Rome, with plans to increase local content production.

The move comes after the service reported a net loss of 200,000 subscribers worldwide in the first quarter, ending March 31. The streamer lost 300,000 subscribers in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. This prompted co-CEO Reed Hastings to board the company jet and personally greet the Italian press.

“Today we celebrate our new Italian home, our growing business in Italy, the creative community we are so honored to be a part of, and all the fantastic Italian stories on our next list,” Hasting told Italian media. “The breadth and variety of our Italian slate perfectly represents our ambitions – new series, films, documentaries and unscripted shows from Italy’s most prestigious creators and exciting new voices. Made in Italy stories watched by the world.

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Hastings explained that his longtime Italian connection began 15 years ago when he moved his family there for 12 months while running Netflix’s DVD-by-mail rental business.

“I was so amazed to come and visit here,” Hastings said. “At the end of this year, we had so many great memories.”

Netflix Original Italian Content Includes A Waiting Series Based On The Classic Novel Il Gattopardo; holiday series i hate christmasan unnamed animated series and a show about the biggest lottery scam in Italian history.

Netflix original Italian movies include Stealing Mussolinithe revenge movie My name is Vendettaand romantic comedies Love & Gelato and Under the Amalfi Sunm Other content includes Fremantle’s “Wanna” documentary series, “Running for the Truth: Alex Schwazer” walking documentary, and “Summer Job” reality series.

Current Italian Netflix series include “Lidia Poet”, “Brigands”, “The Lying Life of Adults”, “Tutto Chiede Salvezza”, “Framed! A Sicilian Murder Mystery”, “SKAM Italia” and “Di4ries”, among others.

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Latest news and live updates https://anteospaziocinema.com/latest-news-and-live-updates/ Sat, 07 May 2022 18:48:00 +0000 https://anteospaziocinema.com/latest-news-and-live-updates/ The breakaway region of Transnistria inside Moldova said on Saturday that unidentified drones dropped explosives near its border with Ukraine, the latest unexplained explosions to hit the region in recent weeks. The Transnistrian Interior Ministry said drones were responsible for four explosions that occurred on Friday evening near an old airfield in the village of […]]]>

The breakaway region of Transnistria inside Moldova said on Saturday that unidentified drones dropped explosives near its border with Ukraine, the latest unexplained explosions to hit the region in recent weeks.

The Transnistrian Interior Ministry said drones were responsible for four explosions that occurred on Friday evening near an old airfield in the village of Vărăncău. There were no casualties, the ministry said.

Transnistria says it has been the target of several explosions in the past two weeks, which its authorities have described as terrorist attacks. A military base, two Soviet-era radio towers broadcasting Russian-language stations and the headquarters of the state security service in Tiraspol were among the recent targets, the report said.

Transnistria is a breakaway region inside Moldova, a small European country flanked by Ukraine to the east and Romania to the west. The region broke away from the former Soviet Republic of Moldova after its declaration of independence from the USSR in 1991, with the aim of remaining within the Soviet bloc.

The pro-Russian enclave has raised concerns among Moldovan government authorities about the role some 1,500 Russian troops stationed in Transnistria could play in supporting Moscow’s military campaign in Ukraine, prompting Moldova to put its security forces on alert.

A Russian general recently said that Moscow wants to establish a land corridor from the Ukrainian port city of Mariupol to Crimea and then to Transnistria.

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Arsenal linked with Lautaro Martinez transfer https://anteospaziocinema.com/arsenal-linked-with-lautaro-martinez-transfer/ Wed, 04 May 2022 17:54:12 +0000 https://anteospaziocinema.com/arsenal-linked-with-lautaro-martinez-transfer/ Lautaro Martinez transfer rumor to Arsenal is once again making the rounds. Mikel Arteta says the club are looking for a striker/striker or two, so it’s no surprise that this particular story has surfaced. The Gunners were linked with the Argentina international in the summer but have not budged. Shortly after the window closed, Inter […]]]>

Lautaro Martinez transfer rumor to Arsenal is once again making the rounds. Mikel Arteta says the club are looking for a striker/striker or two, so it’s no surprise that this particular story has surfaced. The Gunners were linked with the Argentina international in the summer but have not budged. Shortly after the window closed, Inter Milan signed him on a new deal until the end of 2026. The Nerazzurri are said to have placed between £60m and £70m on the 24-year-old striker.

The Gunners have been linked with a host of strikers including Victor Osimhen, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Drawin Nunez, Tammy Abraham, Gabriel Jesus, Jonathan David, Alexander Isak and Dusan Vlahovic (before his move to Juventus) to none. name a few. I wouldn’t be surprised if more names emerge as we get closer and into the summer transfer window.

Given Arsenal’s dire need for a striker – Alexandre Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah are both out of contract and likely to leave the club – I expect Mikel Arteta to act quickly once the window opens. Whoever signs will join as a starter in almost every game and will need as much time as possible to familiarize themselves with their teammates, Arteta’s systems and English football.

Martinez is a fantastic player who would excel at Arsenal. He enters the box (87th percentile in area touches), creates shots (86th percentile), takes shots (97th percentile) and scores (84th percentile in xG, 79th in goals – fbref data). That ticks all the boxes for the Gunners. The team desperately needs someone to grab the end of chances and put them in the back of the net. The only concern is its size. At 5’8, he doesn’t offer much in the air, although we’ve already seen how well a small Argentinian striker can do in the Premier League. This Sergio Aguero guy has done pretty well.

Arsenal aren’t the only Premier League club kicking tires on Martinez – Manchester United and Tottenham are also said to be interested. For what it’s worth, his agent reportedly told Italian media that he won’t be leaving Inter Milan this summer, but I don’t think that’s worth the paper it’s printed on. Inter have financial problems and seemed ready to sell him last summer. I have no idea if he will be moving this summer, but I’m confident that saying he won’t be moving, categorically, is inaccurate and/or going to an agent to generate interest and price.

At this point, I don’t think it’s a question of whether Arsenal bring in a striker in the summer transfer window – they’re absolutely buying. And it will be their biggest prize spend of the summer, I bet. It’s whose one (or two) and at what price. We can debate (because it’s fun!) who might be a better fit, but I’m going to trust Mikel Arteta to bring in the right guy for his setup. Last summer’s record gave him the benefit of the doubt.

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Italian football agent Mino Raiola has died https://anteospaziocinema.com/italian-football-agent-mino-raiola-has-died/ Sat, 30 Apr 2022 17:37:28 +0000 https://anteospaziocinema.com/italian-football-agent-mino-raiola-has-died/ MILAN (AP) — Mino Raiola, the influential and often controversial sports agent to some of football’s greatest players, has died. He was 54 years old. Raiola died after a long illness, his family confirmed on Saturday. He was being treated at San Raffaele Hospital in Milan, where he was visited by Zlatan Ibrahimović this week. […]]]>

MILAN (AP) — Mino Raiola, the influential and often controversial sports agent to some of football’s greatest players, has died. He was 54 years old.

Raiola died after a long illness, his family confirmed on Saturday. He was being treated at San Raffaele Hospital in Milan, where he was visited by Zlatan Ibrahimović this week. Raiola underwent surgery in January but it was said at the time that it was not life threatening.

“In infinite sadness, we share the passing of the most caring and incredible football agent to ever exist,” read a publication of “The Raiola Family” on his social media accounts.

“Mino fought to the end with the same strength he put on the negotiating tables to defend our players. As usual, Mino made us proud and never realized it.

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Operating thermostat! Italy refuses air conditioning to reduce its dependence on Russian gas – POLITICO https://anteospaziocinema.com/operating-thermostat-italy-refuses-air-conditioning-to-reduce-its-dependence-on-russian-gas-politico/ Thu, 28 Apr 2022 17:13:12 +0000 https://anteospaziocinema.com/operating-thermostat-italy-refuses-air-conditioning-to-reduce-its-dependence-on-russian-gas-politico/ The Italian government will force air conditioning in public buildings to be turned down this summer as it tries to reduce its dependence on Russian gas. Under the new rules, dubbed Operation Thermostat by Italian media, air conditioning in public buildings, including schools and ministries, cannot be set below 27 degrees Celsius. In winter, heating […]]]>

The Italian government will force air conditioning in public buildings to be turned down this summer as it tries to reduce its dependence on Russian gas.

Under the new rules, dubbed Operation Thermostat by Italian media, air conditioning in public buildings, including schools and ministries, cannot be set below 27 degrees Celsius. In winter, heating systems should not heat buildings above 19 degrees, although a 2 degree leeway is allowed. Previously, public buildings could be cooled to 26 degrees.

Those who fail to comply face fines ranging from €500 to €3,000.

The measures were passed as an amendment in parliament last week, following increases in energy prices and as the government tries to diversify Italy’s gas imports – the country imports around 40 % of its gas from Russia. Moscow this week cut off gas supplies to two EU members, Poland and Bulgaria, sparking fears over the future of energy supplies.

The text of the amendment, presented by deputies Angela Masi and Davide Crippa of the Eco-Friendly 5-Star Movement, stated that the objective was to “reduce the thermal consumption of buildings and obtain annual energy savings immediate”.

By refusing air conditioning, the government aims to save 4 billion cubic meters of gas this year. The measures come into force on May 1 and will last until April 2023.

Prime Minister Mario Draghi has accused European purchases of Russian energy at inflated prices of funding the invasion of Ukraine, and warned that cracking down on Russia could mean tough life choices.

“Do we want to have peace or do we want to have air conditioning?” he said at a press conference earlier this month.

Italy’s gas needs are covered until October even if Moscow closes the taps, according to Draghi.

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The Italian media see Ferrari badly judged: “It was dominated” https://anteospaziocinema.com/the-italian-media-see-ferrari-badly-judged-it-was-dominated/ Tue, 26 Apr 2022 16:37:20 +0000 https://anteospaziocinema.com/the-italian-media-see-ferrari-badly-judged-it-was-dominated/ Ferrari hoped to do well at the Italian Grand Prix last weekend, but their hopes were dashed. Carlos Sainz was forced to retire on the first lap, while Charles Leclerc mistook third place and missed the podium. Despite this, Italian fans and media continue to support the pair, although there has been some criticism. As […]]]>

Ferrari hoped to do well at the Italian Grand Prix last weekend, but their hopes were dashed. Carlos Sainz was forced to retire on the first lap, while Charles Leclerc mistook third place and missed the podium. Despite this, Italian fans and media continue to support the pair, although there has been some criticism.

As world championship leader, Leclerc faces a lot of pressure for the first time in his Formula 1 career. While the Monegasque has repeatedly let it be known that he remains calm, he made less of an impression at Imola . Corriere Della Sera also noticed this. “Enthusiasm, nervousness, confusion and pressure from fans can cause a moment’s blackout, even for Leclerc,” he added. judged the Italian newspaper.

The Gazzetta dello Sport was also somewhat disappointed. According to the Italians, the fans in the stands expected more from the racing team. “It’s a difficult reality to accept for the red Torcida of Imola, who dreamed of a completely different GP of Emilia-Romagna”, said the medium, who then expressed his confidence in the formation.

The Foglio showed the same confidence, but also saw that Red Bull Racing were the strongest of the weekend. According to the media, Ferrari should therefore not focus on its own performance and should closely monitor the qualities of the Austrians. “At Imola, Ferrari waited for Red Bull to dominate again, but instead they were dominated.” He concluded.

High trust among Ferrari fans

On Twitter, support for Leclerc and Sainz was widespread. Both men proved what they were capable of at the start of the season and don’t seem to have tumbled after a lesser weekend. In fact, confidence appears to be at its highest level in years.



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Bakery owner Liz Rehberg – a baking legend https://anteospaziocinema.com/bakery-owner-liz-rehberg-a-baking-legend/ Sun, 24 Apr 2022 17:00:36 +0000 https://anteospaziocinema.com/bakery-owner-liz-rehberg-a-baking-legend/ By Tori WittenbrockInternal GREEN BAY – To say the opening of The Bakery on the west side of Green Bay came with a few hurdles would be an understatement.“We’ve been (starting) this place for about seven years,” said owner and Green Bay native Liz Rehberg. “The first time we were about to open, I got […]]]>

By Tori Wittenbrock
Internal


GREEN BAY – To say the opening of The Bakery on the west side of Green Bay came with a few hurdles would be an understatement.
“We’ve been (starting) this place for about seven years,” said owner and Green Bay native Liz Rehberg. “The first time we were about to open, I got sick. I couldn’t cross the house. I couldn’t drive for months. Then we were going to open in March (2020), the week COVID-19 hit.
With the support of her parents, Rehberg opened the bakery in October 2020 and said she never looked back — fulfilling a longtime dream.
While in college, Rehberg said she quickly discovered her true passion was not in the classroom, but in the kitchen and decided to pivot and attend Le Cordon Bleu culinary school in Chicago to further her experience. pastry.
“I was in college for a few years and couldn’t decide what I wanted to do,” she said. “Everything I tried in college I didn’t really like, but what I loved was making treats for my classes. I realized ‘I’m not really good at this (school), but everyone really likes my treats.’

family affair
Rehberg said both of his parents — Rich and Mary — are actively involved in the business.
“My father helps me here,” she says. “He makes all the bread, soups, pies and stuff like that, and then I make everything else. My mother does all of our books. He’s our certified public accountant.
Rehberg said she also partners with local growers and producers to create quality treats using the freshest local ingredients.
She said the meat and poultry are raised by her father and the fruit and vegetables come from the Cow and Clover family farm in Ledgeview.
Rehberg said a lot of The Bakery’s offerings are inspired by her family’s cultural heritage, as well as some of her personal interests.
“My mother’s family is mostly Italian and my father is German,” she said. “I love Italian cuisine and I studied at the French cooking school. So I include a lot of Mediterranean cuisine (in my pastries). I’m quirky and a bit quirky, so I love the ways I can be really different. There isn’t much Moroccan or North African food in Green Bay. My food is something different and recognizable that you might not have had before.
Rehberg said The Bakery’s pastries, pies, breads, cookies, special event cakes, and soups and pre-prepared meals are packed with so much flavor, “you’ll be begging for it for seconds.”

Ever-changing menu
Each week, Rehberg said customers are surprised with a new line of treats related to that week’s theme.
“Each week is a different theme,” she said. “One week is spring and Easter, the next week is cocktail week. I did a Moroccan week, a Spanish week, a Disney princess theme. I have to choose, and I’ll come up with ideas over a few months and choose foods that fit any theme that sounds good this week.
She said the weekly themes are published on The Bakery’s website, thebakerygb.com, as well as on social media.
On Thursdays during the summer months, Rehberg can be found at the local Farmer’s Market on Military Avenue across from his location.
“I can sit outside, and it’s really fun interacting with people and meeting new people all the time,” Rehberg said.
She said she really enjoys her daily interactions with customers.
Some frequent specialties and customer favorites, Rehberg said, include stuffed croissants, pies and various types of cookies.
Rehberg said The Bakery is also accepting orders for special events, including catering events, weddings and birthdays.
“Here in the store, we mostly do single servings, but if you want to order larger items, you can special order, and you only need 24 hours notice for most things. “, she said.

bumps in the road
Despite all the ups, Rehberg said there are downs that come with being a small business owner.
“For me, the hardest part of owning a small business is all the different hats you have to wear, like I can’t just be a baker,” she said. “I have to manage all the social media accounts and do the payment, planning and ordering. Every part is on me, and if I don’t, no one else will.
Ultimately, Rehberg said his business isn’t just about baking.
“I just like to make people happy and food always does that,” she said.

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“I wouldn’t rule out a possible sale of Inter” https://anteospaziocinema.com/i-wouldnt-rule-out-a-possible-sale-of-inter/ Thu, 21 Apr 2022 22:07:08 +0000 https://anteospaziocinema.com/i-wouldnt-rule-out-a-possible-sale-of-inter/ Former Inter CEO Ernesto Paolillo has said he wouldn’t rule out Suning selling the club in the near future, according to a report in Italian media. Speaking during an interview with FCInter1908the former manager asked about the current ownership situation at Inter and he admitted that the club’s current financial projections are not good and […]]]>

Former Inter CEO Ernesto Paolillo has said he wouldn’t rule out Suning selling the club in the near future, according to a report in Italian media.

Speaking during an interview with FCInter1908the former manager asked about the current ownership situation at Inter and he admitted that the club’s current financial projections are not good and he would not rule out a sale in the future.

“I credit the Suning group for bringing Inter back to a place where they can win the title, but I’m a financial man and I have to read the financial statements. I see a very large debt. I don’t know if the group Suning has the financial strength to be able to continue managing Inter, and I wouldn’t rule out a possible sale on the horizon.

As to whether or not former owner Massimo Moratti could return, it has been made very clear that this will not happen: “I categorically rule it out! Everything has its time, throughout history.

Inter face AS Roma on Saturday night and Ernesto Paolillo thinks it will be a tough game for Inter against a tough opponent.

“It will be a very complicated match against a tough opponent. Everyone says that Inter have the easiest programme: I totally disagree. Mourinho will do everything to beat Inter. He wants the best for his Roma.

On the Scudetto run, he said he couldn’t decide who is the favorite to win it yet, but of course he hopes Inter become champions again.

“In my opinion, Inter, Milan and Napoli have the same chances. As a nerazzurro, it is obvious that you support Inter. But, as of today, I cannot say – with certainty – whether Inzaghi’s team will win the title.


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Udogie: Nigerian fans slam Udinese defender for choosing Italy national team https://anteospaziocinema.com/udogie-nigerian-fans-slam-udinese-defender-for-choosing-italy-national-team/ Sat, 16 Apr 2022 18:49:25 +0000 https://anteospaziocinema.com/udogie-nigerian-fans-slam-udinese-defender-for-choosing-italy-national-team/ Nigerian prospect Destiny Udogie has caused a stir on social media after announcing that he would love to play for the Azzurri and not the Super Eagles as he feels more Italian. The 19-year-old, who plays as a left-back for Serie A club Udinese on loan from Hellas Verona, was born in Italy but is […]]]>

Nigerian prospect Destiny Udogie has caused a stir on social media after announcing that he would love to play for the Azzurri and not the Super Eagles as he feels more Italian.

The 19-year-old, who plays as a left-back for Serie A club Udinese on loan from Hellas Verona, was born in Italy but is of Nigerian descent.

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“I was born in Italy so I feel more Italian. I grew up playing with the young players in Italy so I want to continue with Italy,” the teenager told Carlo Garganese and Nima Tavalley on The Italian Football Podcast.

Some supporters have not taken Udogie’s sentiments lightly stating that the West African nation does not need his services.

“Nigeria have so much talent at their disposal, their decision has no effect on them, they just need a good technical team to build their squad” -Nanor Harris

“So what’s holding him back since he’s not playing for them. He’s free to play for them, no one is begging him to play for Naija or does he want us to start begging him? If he is good enough, why does it take long to play for Italy” -Kelechi Ukaegbu

“He’s trying to get attention. We don’t need those kind of players. He should go and ask [Tammy] Abraham and [Fikayo] Tomori who feels more English” -Ugwu Simon

“He should remember he said that oooh!! He shouldn’t come back to post ‘No place like motherland’ after he didn’t get a chance to play in the Italian national team. Good luck to you man…i hope you succeed” -Nkesọsọchukwu Nwachukwu

“This is how they behaved if Nigeria had qualified for Qatar, they would have rushed to play for Nigeria at the world cup. Players who said they did not feel Ghanaian in the qualifiers are now changing their nationality in order to play for Ghana at the World Cup” -Salomon Jentina

Some people felt the defender made the right decision and shouldn’t be forced to play for the Super Eagles.

“The choice is freedom, it feels Italian and it looks Italian, it’s the closed debate, the more local talent will have a win-win chance for the ends” -Hassan Muhammad Adji

“It’s his choice. If he was born there and he feels it. It would have been different from being born in Nigeria and going to Italy. But Italy is not easy to playing for a black man, even if he was born in Italy. But at the same time he can enjoy it and break down barriers” -Kwabena Ahenkorah

“Good luck Mr. Not everyone can play for Nigeria. Some players will want to play at all costs and some won’t even if they are invited. It doesn’t matter!” -Ojo Adebayo Olusoji

“You don’t blame him for anything, if we Africans developed our football professionally and free from corruption and violence, we wouldn’t need these players” -Joseph Krampah

“Good luck oga ade, Nigeria already have enough good players, having too many will make the selective coaching staff confused” -Valentine Juniorr

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