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Rafa Benitez: We have to show respect to Young Boys


Napoli coach Rafa Benitez confirms a number of players could be rested for tomorrow's game against Young Boys.

The Partenopei face the Swiss side as Group I leaders having won both their opening games in the competition and the Spaniard believes it will be an opportunity for reserve players to shine.

"I want everyone to feel important, there is depth in the squad and every player has to give his best," Benitez said during Wednesday's press conference.

"It will be a difficult game but those who will play will definitely give their best.

"We want to win all our games and rotation helps us to do so.

"[If I will change five players?] All I can say is that Britos, Zuniga and Gargano are not in the squad.

"We have to show respect to Young Boys, they are extremely dangerous at home although we know we can prevail thanks to our quality.

"This season we did a lot of positive things but we failed in a number of games. Stats could be better, we need points, hunger and improvement in terms of intensity."

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