Dealing with Juventus is not as easy as turning a hand, so should the view of Bianconneri fans see Maurizio Sarri’s current performance, according to club legend Alessandro Del Piero.
Along with the decision of Massimilliano Allegri who resigned from the chair last summer, Juventus appointed Maurizio Sarri to be his successor. Under the direction of the former Chelsea coach, Bianconneri appeared to be showing no progress.
In terms of statistics, Juventus still tend to be ordinary, they are still sitting at the top of the Italian Serie A standings with a one point advantage over second place, Lazio.
However, it does seem that there are some things that still need to be fixed from Juventus. For example, they lost to a team that could be conquered, like Hellas Verona. In that match Juve took their first defeat with a final score of 1-2.
Not long ago, Cristiano Ronaldo et al also surrendered before the French representative, Olympique Lyon. The first leg match of the last 16 of the European Champions League ended with a score of 0-1.
No wonder then that rumors of Maurizio Sarri’s dismissal emerged from the manager’s chair. The former Napoli coach is claimed to be unable to bring the idea of football into his team.
However, Club Legend Alessandro Del Piero does not agree with this. According to him, Maurizio Sarri still needs time to be able to provide the best for Bianconneri.
“Sarri created the idea of beautiful football in Empoli and Napoli, but it takes time to be achieved, with daily training sessions and ongoing communication,”
“Juventus do not have time, because they play in a lot of games, therefore a coach can ask for more than a year so that his ideas can be entered into the team,” he told Sky Sport Italia.
As for Sarriball, who hasn’t appeared at Juventus, here’s Del Piero’s comment:
“We haven’t seen much of the beauty of football in Sarri’s stretcher Juventus, but it already looks a little, so I think they are on the right track. However, they are still at the top of Serie A and with the opportunity to qualify for the quarter-finals of the Champions League,” he concluded.