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New Juventus Manager : Maurizio Sarri “Building An Army”With Teams all over the world preparing for the 2019/20 Season to kick start, Juventus is one of them.
Juventus being their preparations for the 2019/20 by re-shuffling their managerial department. Many would say it’s a long awaited move, former Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri. The Italian completed his move to Turin after just a single season in charge at Stamford Bridge.
The 60-year-old joins from Chelsea after ending his lone season in English football on a high note, with the Blues winning the Europa League final in his final match.
The Italian born, leaves Chelsea after Juventus agreed to trigger the release clause in his contract, and has put pen to paper on a three-year deal with the Italian champions.
Sarri “Press Conference” as the Juventus Manager :https://www.juventus.com/en/news/news/2019/live-follow-maurizio-sarri-s-first-press-conference-as-juventus-coach.php
“I think we have a long path ahead of us. I was talking to the President about structures and organisation. Going around English stadiums, you realise how inadequate our arenas are.
“There needs to be a cultural shift, as you turn behind you on the bench and are surrounded by children.
They were determined, convinced and united in their choice.”
“Juventus gave me that opportunity and it’s the crowning moment of a career that for 80 per cent of it was extremely tough.
“I feel that I have respected everyone and I gave my all.
Transfer News :
Serie A have announced the dates of next season’s title race. The 2019/20 Serie A, league will starts on the 25th of August 2019. The Series A, Champions Juventus have already started, gearing up and strengthening their Squad.
New Signings :
- Gianluigi Buffon
- Adrien Rabiot
- Aaron Ramsey
- Lucas Pellegrini
- Merih Demiral
- Matthijs de Ligt
In my opinion, the Italian Gaints have one Cup which is missing in their Cabinet which the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Gianluigi Buffon would like to add to their collection. With the long serving member Buffon return to the Italian Gaints, it only means one thing ; UEFA Champions League. To compete with the best you need the best Manager for the job with an army of hungry players, the Italians surely do have that.