what you think
He has improved defensively, but its he wasn't like this all season. My point is that Molinaro is a one demensional player who will never be able to attack. Molinaro doesn't win us games and De Ceglie does even if his defending is shaky, same goes for Molinaro who still needs to prove that he can be consistent with his Serie B par form.And you say stuff like that despite him defending very well most of this season? Offensively he is still lacking, defensively, real improvement. Holds down his wing defensively, and he he has his part why we have the best defence in the league so far. De Ceglie is better offensively, and I hope he keeps assisting and eventually takes a starting spot. But aslong as Molinaro is more defensively solid then De Ceglie, it wont happen.