From what I saw last night Olivera definitely has what it takes to make an impact and keep Camoranesi out of the team. Capello has already shown that he's not like Lippi and he'll drop anyone (he dropped vice captain Tacch for Blasi yesterday) and unless Camo can refind the form he displayed when he first joined the club, he doesn't deserve to start ahead of Olivera.
If we'll buy a LB then Zambrotta can play at RM, but IMO there is no need to play Zambrotta at RM when there's Olivera, who has proven to be a great player. What we need is a LM, so we can play Neddy at the centre.
I am optimistically cautious on Olivera - Liked him when he against Chievo but havent seen enough of him to really comment.
As far as I am concerned, Camo isnt consistent enough IMO to be Juve regular, and too casual with the ball. Olivera seems to have a feel of Trequarsista than a natural winger IMO, but at such young age trying out other positions wouldnt hurt. However, lets not jump the ship too early. I am going to wait until I see him play in Serie A.
As for Capello, I am happy that he is willing to take risks on young players, and lets hope that likes of Blasi, Olivera, Chiellini, Appiah can keep up the good work. While I am sceptical of us winning major trophies, I am beginning to believe that we may be competitive and have enough to build for the future.
That's what I love about having him at LB in a 4-4-2 with Neddy on the left. Zambro is going to push up with great frequency giving Pavel even more license to drift central. Playing Zamboy and Nedved on the left gives this team the necessary versatility to switch from 4-4-2 to 4-3-1-2 with ease.