We have heard it many times in the eighties, precisely since 1981, when Just Can not Get Enough, a song written by Vince Clarke and brought to success by Depeche Mode was launched in 1981 as the third and final single from the album of their debut Speak & Spell. We played back as a revival in the nineties, in the year two thousand and today. Tuesday evening we then pleasantly resented at Celtic Park.
The Depeche Mode song, in fact since 2009 has been adopted by fans of the Greens of Scotland, in particular the Green Brigade to encourage the team. Now also used in England, Burnley, at Bolton and from 2011 also in Liverpool to support Luis Suarez. Has made dance generations young and old. Probably many will have remained in the head, not just the Celtic fans, but also the Bianconeri.
The title literally means: “I just can not get enough.” Can apply to everyone, even to Mr. Conte, because to see his charge Tuesday and not only the coach Juventus can not get enough. Does not have enough on the ninetieth three to zero in accusing Bonucci and encourages the attackers into the pressure.
Does not have enough when encourages Lichtsteiner on the wing and when calling the midfielders. In short, Conte, such as the fans “can not get enough of victories.” Hunger there must be, always and anywhere.