Del Piero: 'Juve have had a great season, it would not be right to sack Allegri’

14 May at 16:00

Alessandro Del Piero has been speaking to the Gazzetta dello Sport about Juventus’ season and insists that despite being knocked out of the Champions League earlier than expected, it is far from a failure

 

"Disappointing season? If despite the Scudetto we think the season is disappointing, then we are out of the world. I know Juve, I know the fans, I know very well what she is he says, but it is unfair that leaving the Champions League quarter-finals radically changes the judgment. This season is more than good. The exit from the Champions League at the quarter-finals is obviously a disappointment. The biggest regret is not having shown the potential against Ajax we saw in the return with Atletico."

 

ALLEGRI - "The coaches do not have an expiration date, everything depends on the tuning with the club on programs and objectives. If there is, then it would not be right to part ways with Allegri. This year the Champions League shows that, with the same technique, the one who succeeds in expressing the potential wins the greatest intensity: our championship lacks that rhythm, this Champions League also teaches that the management of the result is becoming an excess to overcome, the one who has always played as if he were 0-0 has won, and today we have to ask ourselves what it means to play well and above all at what speed and intensity we should go to do it. In Europe I saw technical, physical and competitive performances at unimaginable levels." 

 

DYBALA - "I think evaluating Dybala based on this season is a mistake. I don't think the problem is cohabitation with Ronaldo, but more generally a feeling of inclusion in the dynamics of the team. And maybe his mental state and confidence will recover."

 

RONALDO - "The disappointment for how it went in the Champions League with a player like him should not call into question the value of his season. Made up of so many goals, a disruptive impact on our league and a redefinition of the international dimension of Juve."

 

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