Interviewed by SerieANews.com spoke the former Juventus president Giovanni Cobolli Giglifocusing on the Juventus crisis.
“I am truly, from a personal point of view as a fan, sorry. Juventus is important to me. Regardless of what I did inside, but just as a fan ”.
“Perceiving this inability to be on the pitch with the determination that I knew of Juve is something that worries me and above all I’m sorry”.
“Monza? I assume that, unintentionally, I didn’t get to see the game, but maybe I wouldn’t have seen it anyway. However, I inquired even if when such painful things happen I prefer not to read too much, for the rightly negative comments and this is already an answer ”.
“From a mechanistic point of view – he continues – the defeat against Monza comes behind other negative results. The match against Salernitana was the Source of an injustice that can happen in football. Worse still was the one with Benfica and so on. From a mechanical point of view, those in charge of Juventus should make some reasoning ”.
Massimiliano Allegri: “I always believe that, before changing a coach, you have to think very carefully. If it were me, and luckily I am not, to make a decision, perhaps I would wait until it matured. Taking advantage of this period of relative tranquility with the rest shift and I would see what happens in the next game. But whether he has to play with Napoli or Monza the problems are always the same, you have to win and that’s it ”.CopyAMP code.
“If – he added – it goes wrong, perhaps the simplest way, a bit banal, could then be to be able to change coach. Even if I have the impression that in society there are centrifugal forces that do not have the effective solidarity that they should have in the team and in the coach ”.
Angel Di Maria: “I don’t know how he behaved before because I didn’t see him much, but I know that Di Maria is undoubtedly a true champion. Equipped with great class. I saw 2-3 things he did when he came in against Benfica, finding players with a throwing ability that not everyone has. I have a feeling he might be nervous too. The chatter that he would have done with Milik, trying to lip-read ‘Why he let you out’, against Benfica, has been very inflated. So I have the feeling that Di Maria, wrongly in my opinion, is not happy with Juventus “.
“Yes – he concluded – he arrived with the aim of playing only one championship. For me a player who tells you I’m coming but only one year is something that was worth thinking about a little more. If he ever had the determination to stay another year, I have the impression that he needs to be recovered but it takes people who have authority. And the belief that Allegri must go on to be convincing with him. I believe that not everyone in the Juventus technical area thinks this way “