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We are a team and everyone has to give their best. One player alone is nothing without his teammates. It is up to everyone who has the honour of wearing the Italy jersey to try to win with the national team. Winning with Italy is priceless, it won’t be easy but we will give everything.” Before the qualifying campaign, there’s a game against France who you know well. “I guess it is fate that I can start again against the country where I live and where I could have played in a special European Championship. It will be an exciting match, against many of my friends but I’ve worked hard recently to be able to take on anyone.” Where would you prefer to play – in central midfield or as a No.10? “Every coach has their own way of interpreting certain roles. At PSG, we played with a three-man midfield for many years where we would take the ball and look for options in wider positions with the full-backs. Now, with Unai Emery we’re changing style as he is asking us to be less possession-based and more focused on attacking the space but for me I’ll play wherever the coach decides.” Ventura has the task of integrating the new generation with guys like [Gianluigi] Donnarumma, [Alessio] Romagnoli, [Daniele] Rugani, [Federico] Bernardeschi and [Andrea] Belotti. “They are all big names. Many people here are asking me about Donnarumma, asking if he is really only 17 years old.
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Yet what has really crushed spirits is what Mr. Vance sees as a shattered sense of community the diminution of the church in a culture that already goes to church less than most people think; the loss of anchor industries to a global workforce; the appeal of drugs and drink to soothe mental and physical hardship. Vance has seen America from both sides as a Kentucky hillbilly turned United States Marine and as a graduate of Yale Law and a 30-something San Francisco financier. And he sees in his people a group that appears forgotten and ignored by the coastal liberal elite. J.D. Vance’s book ‘Hillbilly Elegy’ provides a vivid tour of Middletown, Ohio, which was hit hard by a steelmaking company’s decline, as well as his family’s home eastern Kentucky. HarperCollins Publishers/AP Hillbilly Elegy is a book about being invisible, writes syndicated columnist Leonard Pitts Jr., likening it to Ralph Ellisons Invisible Man. It is a compelling and compassionate portrait of a people politicians seldom address and media seldom reflect. They love Trump because he sees them, Mr. Pitts adds. Vance spoke to the Monitor about his unique view on a unique moment in American politics. Over the long-term, if we want to live in a country less characterized by the divisions weve seen in 2016, we have to better integrate these people not just into the economy but in the broader culture, he says.
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