The football establishment is beginning to realise that it has been wrong to ignore the lessons of a decade of success in Italy.
It is an idea which has been on the agenda for years.
A decade ago, it was unthinkable to imagine a country where the national team’s success was due to an innate talent pool that did not require a lot of investment in infrastructure and coaching.
Yet that was what happened.
It was also the view of the Italian football establishment at the time, that this could only be achieved by focusing on players’ weaknesses and not on their strengths.
A decade later, the same thing is happening in England.
In England, the national side’s success is largely down to the way the system works.
In Italy, the system is based on the belief that the best players are born in the right circumstances.
And when they achieve the right conditions, the most successful teams will inevitably have a high percentage of the points scored.
The problem for Italian football is that it is hard to convince people that the national system is more effective than that of the likes of Spain and Germany, which have much better infrastructure and a higher level of player development.
So, how do you achieve the same result in a more flexible system?
The answer is not to change the way a coach is appointed, but to develop a system that is tailored to the player and the coach.
This means that the Italian national side is not as well equipped to cope with the changing climate of the game.
They can only play in a system where there are two or three players with the ability to play at a high level, but where they need to rely on their individual skills.
This system requires the players to play the position they are most comfortable with, but also gives the team the possibility to adapt to a changing game.
For example, a striker, who has a lot to learn from the best in the world, can be an effective option at the wing, where they have a good attacking edge.
A winger, who needs to make a lot more progress to play a better defensive position, can also become a creative player.
These are all possibilities that need to be explored, to improve the system.
The system also needs to be adapted in the way that it plays out.
In order to get players in the best position to perform their best, the manager needs to use the best possible team, which is usually a three-man system.
But the Italian system is flexible enough that a three man is still possible.
The idea behind this is to take the best player from the national squad and give him the option to play on the wing or as a forward, in addition to the other options.
In addition, a team needs to play with the best defensive shape and attacking style that it can, as well as the best attacking line.
For a player who has been playing at the left flank for many years, it is important to take into account the limitations of the position.
A player who can play centrally, but cannot cover the full width of the pitch, is not the player for the role.
A player who is only used at the back can play anywhere, as long as he has the ability.
A forward can play as a full-back, but it is not important for him to be able to play centrally.
For the player, this is the most important part.
This is not a problem that can be solved by changing the way coaches are appointed, as this is a different system.
It is a solution that needs to come from within the national football team, and this is why the system has to be designed by the players themselves.
The best players can be found in a certain area, but they need a coach that can play there as well.
The national side has also had to adjust to the changing environment in the last few years.
In the past two years, there have been several changes to the formation and system, as the number of players has grown and the number at the club has grown.
The national team can no longer rely on a two-man setup.
A three- man is now needed, which allows for a more tactical style to be played.
There is also a need for a system which allows the national teams to adapt on the fly to the new environment.
The last few seasons have seen Italy, at times, playing against teams that are far more difficult to cope under than the teams in Italy at the moment.
They have also had more injuries and were therefore able to adjust more quickly.
The next step for the national sides will be to implement a system based on these principles.