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Cannavaro: Juve would be wrong twice to let Pirlo go

Tue 06 April 2021 | 9:57

Former Juventus defender supports the Bianconeri’s boss.

Juventus

are not in their best form this season. Standing fourth in the Serie A table, 12 points behind the league leaders

Inter

, makes it very difficult for the defending champions to repeat last year’s glory.

Juve are set to face

Napoli

tomorrow and it has been rumored that the boss

Andrea Pirlo

could lose his job if he doesn’t come out of the pitch with all 3 points.

However, former Pirlo teammate and current

Guangzhou FC

coach,

Fabio Cannavaro

believes it would be a huge mistake to let Pirlo go and he needs more time to prove his worth.

In an interview with

La Gazzetta dello

Sport, Cannavaro said:

“When Juve picked Andrea, he knew very well that he had no experience.

“It’s logical that he should have time to mature, even for his relationship with the team. There are still 30 points to play for and it’s right to leave this judgment pending.

“And he did good things, launching young players and managed a complicated dressing room with people who won a lot.

“Sure, some things don’t work, he has made mistakes: he’s human. It’s a heritage that must be protected. After all, if Juve don’t confirm his position, what did they choose him to do last summer?

“They would be wrong twice if they take that decision now. And the blame can’t only be his if the players make mistakes on and off the pitch.”


source: SportMob