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SERIE A - Crisis at Juventus: Nedved furious, Allegri is disappointed

Published on: 28 October 2021

Juventus continues to disappoint this season. On Wednesday evening, Sassuolo lost in the last second of the match: 1-2. It caused anger among Vice-President Pavel Nedved. He stormed off the stands after the last goal. It is clear to everyone: it is a crisis in Turin. The team is seventh with fifteen points from ten matches. The gap with leaders Napoli and AC Milan is already thirteen loss points.

It will not be the return that Massimiliano Allegri had hoped for. The Italian trainer succeeded Andrea Pirlo this summer, but he has not yet managed to get the team to perform. After the defeat against Sassuolo, the trainer expressed his dissatisfaction with the team. "If you realize that you can no longer win such a match, then you should in any case not do it. In the beginning there was no balance, in the end we were panicky. That should not happen. That has nothing to do with physical It comes down to mentality."

The Italian media are also harsh in their judgment. “Juventus have a team that is confused. The Allegri drug is not working. He doesn't realize that football has changed. What used to work well is not good anymore. What's the point of this weird 4-4-2 system?" reads La Gazzetta dello Sport. Tuttosport also looks with amazement at the poor performance of the team, which stood head and tail above the other Italian teams until last season. 'Juventus, where are you?'

Former footballer Daniele Adani, who played for Internazionale and Fiorentina in the past, is critical of Allegri. He thinks the performance is 'unacceptable'. "Juventus has the strongest squad in Serie A. Cuadrado and Kulusevski are just sitting on the bench… It's a serious problem. This is a leaderless team," said the current Rai Sport analyst.

Juventus started the season dramatically with two points from the first four league matches, but then the way up seemed to have started. Spezia, Sampdoria, Torino and AS Roma were put over the knee and a draw was made against Internazionale. Sassuolo won surprisingly, but La Stampa already dares to make the first conclusions about a possible championship: 'The dream of the comeback ends here.'

Source: transfermarketweb.com

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