Coach Sarri is easily sacked by Juventus, surprisingly revealed Ronaldo before kicking C1
Before the second leg of the 1/8 Champions League round with Lyon, coach Maurizio Sarri is still very confident although Juventus is in danger of being eliminated early, and the 61-year-old Italian strategist is also rumored to be fired.
Despite helping Juventus to win the Serie A in the 2019/20 season right in the first season to lead “The Old Lady of Turin”, the future of coach Maurizio Sarri at Allianz Stadium is still very uncertain.
The Italian press said that if Juventus did not crown the Champions League (C1 Cup) this year, even worse, it would be eliminated by Lyon in the second round of the eighth round at 2:00 am 8 August, this 61-year-old military leader will be sacked.
Great pressure is coming to “Bianconeri” when they have lost 0-1 to “Rhone River Lion” in France in the first leg in February this year. In the press conference before the second leg of the round 1/8 Champions League match against Lyon, coach Maurizio Sarri still highly appreciated this opponent:
“For our part, we (Juventus) will definitely need a great performance. Lyon is a team that plays with three very effective central defenders. And they have improved a lot by establishing a solid defense system. .
In addition, they also have very good players who are technically competent and nimble in matches when the season restarts. After what happened in the first leg, we will have to play very wisely, calmly, and patiently. “
Coach Sarri also revealed interestingly about the superstar student Cristiano Ronaldo: “Have I talked to him (Ronaldo) these days? No, nothing special. Ronaldo is still training properly. Yesterday, he also scored a goal with perfect beauty in the training session with Juventus.
Like so many other players, he had to play a lot of matches in a very short time, so he was allowed to rest for a few days by me. And now, he continues to train with high intensity and intensity. “
Coach Sarri is also very optimistic about his future with Juventus when answering reporters at the press conference at Allianz’s home ground before the “mortal” match with Lyon:
“I don’t think tomorrow’s game could be my last as the Juventus manager. With this question you seem to see our management (Juventus) as professionals. Our board of directors is made up of the best, they don’t judge a coach’s performance based on “one episode”.