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Napoli ace: We must not get carried away

Napoli ace Christian Maggio insists they must not get carried away, despite their good start to the season.

Napoli are currently at the top of the Serie A, along with udinese, following their 3-0 win over Reggina last night.

Maggio told Tuttonapoli.net: "We must not get carried away, obviously no one expected these results at the start of the season, but we are going through a positive moment and need to keep calm.

"We work very hard throughout the week and this allows us to be fired up each Sunday, but most of all we have plenty of quality players in our squad."


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alyse, United States
It's a good idea for them not to get to excited, because their score can change with one game, and the rest of the season could go down the gutter.

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