Carlo Ancelotti angered by Napoli changing rooms ahead of Liverpool Champions League game

Napoli director Carlo Ancelotti has hit out after a summer of renovation job at the San Paolo Stadium at the state of their rooms, five days.
The Serie A club, who recently finished runners-up behind Juventus in Italy’s top flight last year, played with their first two league matches of the campaign against Juve and Fiorentina away from home, while work on the stadium was continuing.
Napoli sponsor Sampdoria on Saturday, although Champions League holders Liverpool traveling to Naples on September 17.
“I’ve observed the state of the vanities in the San Paolo. There are no words,” Ancelotti said in an statement.
“I accepted the club’s request to perform with the first two matches away from house to allow the job to be completed, as has been promised.
“You can build a house in two months, however they weren’t capable of renovating the vanities! Exactly where are we now supposed to get changed for the games against Sampdoria and Liverpool?
“I’m shocked at the incompetence of these folks in charge of the work.
“How could the Region, Municipality and Commissioners fail to honor the commitments that were made? It smacks of disregard and a deficiency of a bond with all the team of all the city. I’m dismayed.”
Footage released on the twitter account of Napoli reveals there’s extensive building work yet to be completed within the rooms, using their struggle with Liverpool only five days off.
The functions, specifically changing room improvements and video surveillance at the San Paolo, were supposed to be finished by the middle of September.
Liverpool will start their sixth European title following their win against Tottenham’s defence in Madrid on June 1, when they travel to Italy.

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