Juventus FC sacks Sarri after champions League exit

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Juventus sacked coach on Saturday after the Italian club’s Champions League last 16 exit to Lyon.

Despite Cristiano Ronaldo’s double in a 2-1 home win on Friday, Juve fell 2-2 on aggregate to the French club, ending their quest for a title they last won in 1996.

has been relieved of his post as coach of the first team,” the nine-time reigning Serie A champions said in a statement.

Sarri, 61, had replaced Massimiliano Allegri last summer, after leading Chelsea to success in the Europa League.

“The club would like to thank the coach for having written a new page in Juventus’ history with the victory of the ninth-consecutive championship, the culmination of a personal journey that led him to climb all the divisions of Italian ,” the team said.

The ‘Scudetto’ was the first league title for Sarri in his 30-year coaching career, extending a record run in Turin which Antonio Conte started with three titles from 2012 and Allegri continued with the following five.

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But the former Napoli boss paid for the club’s failure on the European stage.

“Sarri Out!” headlined Turin sports daily Tuttosport, with Corriere Dello Sport saying: “Adieu Maurizio.”

Lazio coach Simone Inzaghi, Real Madrid’s Zinedine Zidane and former Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino have been touted as possible successors.

Club president Andrea Agnelli’s words were not reassuring after Juve fell in the last 16 for the first time since 2016.

“We need a cold and lucid analysis,” said Agnelli, “knowing that in a few weeks we will start from scratch and we will have to do it with the same enthusiasm and desire to win.

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“The Champions League, it was a dream before, now it’s a goal and going out like this is disappointing for us, for the players and for the fans.”

Sarri failed to produce the style revolution hoped for in a season overshadowed by a three-month coronavirus lockdown.

Juve were rarely brilliant and often disappointing, losing in two finals, the Italian Cup and the Italian Super Cup.

They won just two of their final eight league games.

“Sarrism” or “Sarriball”, that fast-paced, eye-catching style of with which he made his name at Napoli, and which Juve bosses craved in Turin, was only seen in flashes this season.

Although Sarri gave the team orders, he adapted to Juve and five-time Ballon d’Or winner Ronaldo, who scored 37 goals for in total in the 2019-20 season, breaking the club’s record for most goals in a single season.

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“I have to adapt to the characteristics of the players, you can’t ask for 25 purchases. Otherwise I might as well just train myself,” said Sarri.

During three seasons with Napoli he turned them into title contenders but they finished second twice and third once behind Juve, before he left for England in 2018.

Chelsea was the only time Sarri has coached outside of Italy but although he won the 2019 Europa League he failed to win over the club’s fans during his single season in charge.

But his campaign in Turin was judged by the outfit’s quest for a third European crown, having finished runners-up no fewer than five times since last winning in 1996.

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12 Comments

  1. Juve should try and sign pochettino.. or better still try and bring back Conte..

    Above all, they need to sign new players, some are either too old(eg bonucci), not good enough (eg danilo) or not just interested (eg higuain)… And they need young players with pace, it is quite sad that a 35years old is the fastest player in their sqaud

  2. Not unexpected. Juventus not been playing well after the lockdown. Struggled to win most crucial matches. This is not the Juvee we know

  3. Long overdue. Juve under Sarri was a weak team. If not for Ronaldo/Dybala, they wouldn’t have won the league

  4. Dey should employ arsene Wenger, lol.. hahahahaha

  5. I know, they will sack sarri, because how could sarri play Cuadrado

  6. thank goodness tobacco chewer has gone

  7. Long overdue.If na me get that club this guy would have been sacked long time ago. Juv is one of the weakest teams in europe,thanks to SarrI.
    Juv have the players but a terible coach without innovation and direction.His coaching skills are obsolete.

  8. Lol… Setien will be the next to follow after losing to Napoli tonight grin

  9. if Ronaldo fails to win it next year again, they will say sack the next coach…

    Ronaldo & his cancerous fans would burn and wail

  10. Very good. They should bring back Allegri.

    Sarri is not a world class manager and shouldnt be at Juventus. His game plan cannot take Juventus to the UCL final even when other big clubs like Real and Barcelona aren’t doing well. They ought to have been a better contender but for their poor performance occasioned by Sarri’s poor management.

    I just hope they don’t bring in another under achiever like Gattuso though.

  11. Well, I made a comment yesterday and someone made it look like a joke. Soon, those players will know the need to work for themselves and not give the whole job to CR7. Zidane said with CR7 you are one step close to the trophy and yes indeed, they were one step close to winning if only the could contribute for the next step. Abeg, tell the to bring in Mauricio Roberto Pochettino

  12. I said it. Mauricio Pochettino will be the next manager.

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