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Napoli try team-building with a little barbeque

In the wake of Sunday's loss and while trying to integrate two new players, Napoli decided to hit ther reset buttong with some good ol' fashioned barbecue.

Who knew he could cook so well?
Who knew he could cook so well?
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Trying to put a tough loss behind you can be hard. Trying to bring two new faces in to the fold is also hard. Trying to do both at the same time? Yikes. That's rough.

Luckily, Rafa Benitez had a good idea on how to kill two birds with one stone, so to speak. Well, more likely two cows in this case:

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That deliciousness is an asado, a traditional South American-style barbecue. The Napoli squad, with Rafa's blessing, held a cookout after training today in order to relax, unwind, and hang out with each other with no stress or goals or requirements. Just good food and good company.

The cooking was mostly done by Miguel Britos, with an assist from Christian Maggio and Napoli's other South American players. It looks delicious, and I'm rather insanely jealous of the players right now. Hopefully the full stomachs and entertaining conversations help to achieve the unity the club is seeking.