Andrea Pirlo leaves Juventus

Andrea Pirlo leaves Juventus

Juventus have made a decision to sack Andrea Pirlo in spite of the team’s results by the results of the current league season.

During this season, Juventus had a fever. The team has lost the chances of the championship title and will not win Scudetto for the first time in ten years. In parallel, Old Signora finished their performances in the Champions League at the stage of the round of 16. Due to these obvious reasons, It was decided to fire Andrea Pirlo from the club.

Juventus Chief Football Officer Fabio Paratici previously said that the young Italian specialist has a chance to stay on as a head coach. To do this, he needs to bring the Zebras to the Champions League, that is, take a place in the top four. But according to Sport Mediaset, the rules of the game have changed. Pirlo will leave the club anyway, either in spring or summer.

Provided there are no defeats in the remaining Serie A matches, Andrea will end the season with the team and will be allowed to play the Italian Cup final against Atalanta on 19 May. Otherwise, Igor Tudor will replace him, who will perform the duties of the head coach.

The curious thing here is that Juventus are going to re-invite Massimiliano Allegri, who left the club two years ago. After wandering around with Maurizio Sarri and Andrea Pirlo, the club decided to return to basics. But will Old Signora have time to intercept the coach, since there is already a queue for him? And in this queue his other former club, Milan, appears.

We do not consider Allegri a suitable candidate for Juventus, as this is no longer a new story. But as a person who can give stability, slow down the team's decline and build communication between the players, he is the best fit. The Italian knows everyone, so it will not be difficult for him to return and solve the main problems.

Once again, we see no reason to talk about Pirlo. Andrea was in over his head, without assessing the risks and paid the price. There were no stages in his training of an independent coaching career. We are convinced that he should not have accepted the offer of the bosses and become head coaches, but should have continued to work with the youth team.