I heard that he's a right winger but can play as a support striker. If he can play as a support striker then he can play as a playmaker. I hope he is Zambro's replacement but maybe Lippi is planning on playing Zenoni in midfield and using Camoranesi as Nedved's back up.
Lippi tried Camo in the 'hole' and the feedback was that he was great and did well at that position ... this makes him a great signing as he could be versatile, and cover-up for either Zambro or Neddy ....
Mauro German Camoranesi arrived in Juve ten days ago but he immediately received compliments by Lippi: "I like compliments, but I have to demonstrate that I can play in this big team".
Mauro speaks about his Italian experience: "When I was eighteen I chose to leave my country for Mexico. In the Mexican championship I found my role and then Verona brought me to Italy. Now I'm in Juventus, and this is my personal victory."
The Argentinian mildfielder is sure to win someting with the balckandwhites: "I can play everywhere, and I think that Mr. Lippi made me became a very good player. I'm ready to win".
i think its because juve fans in general expected more glamourous names like we did last summer when we signed buffon, thuram, and nedved. camoranesi, fresi, baioco, and chimenti might not sound very assuring but they may prove the opposite on the field.
Fresi, Camoranesi, and Chimenti will do what they were brought in to do, which is provide solid back-up. What fans wanted is what they usually get every season, a new starter who is supposed change the team. But almost no team is buying that kind of player in this market.