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Dybala’s tears, Agnelli’s boos and the most interesting highlights from Monday evening

May 17, 2022 - 7:15 pm

When Juventus hosted Lazio at the Allianz Stadium, all eyes were on Giorgio Chiellini and Paulo Dybala. The two stars were making their final home appearance for the Old Lady before leaving the club at the end of the season.

JuventusNews24 resumed the most interesting highlights from an incredibly emotional evening in Turin.

Firstly, the source explained how former Bianconeri boss Maurizio Sarri hugged Dybala following his exit, but didn’t do the same gesture when Chiellini left the pitch earlier in the match. However, the Lazio tactician offered an explanation, saying that the Argentine came off right in front of him, while the captain had left from the other side.

More importantly, La Joya couldn’t hold his tears after the end of the match. The players waved the fans goodbye, and while Chiellini was all smiles, the striker was overwhelmed with emotions. However, he wasn’t the only one, as a large section of the crowd was also reduced to tears, especially the young fans who saw the number 10 as their idol.

While Dybala was cheered by the Juventus supporters, president Andrea Agnelli and the rest of the club’s management felt the fans’ wrath. Every time Agnelli appeared on the stadium’s big screen, a wave of boos was clearly heard, as the supporters displayed their anger on the manner in which Dybala was treated by the hierarchy.

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    martinn May 17, 2022 at 9:10 pm

    no no no the anger at management is having a dinosaur in charge who doesn`t even have to get top4 or a trophy and will possibly get us kicked out of europe; don`t get things confused.

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    martinn May 17, 2022 at 9:11 pm

    get us kicked out of Europe and possible even get Elkann to stop investment if things carry on and he ousts Nedved which i`m sure he wants to

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    tim May 18, 2022 at 1:40 am

    Agnelli’s time is over due, time for a change , Having allegry slow ball in charge of the ship he will sink us all, the guy only thing he knows is to play 11 players behind the ball.

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    Alex May 18, 2022 at 11:11 am

    For as long as Max “the Anchovy” Allegri is at the elm we will not see results and good games. His view of football is from a long gone era where you score then defend to the death. It did work in Italy when the other teams were mediocre at best and rebuilding, but it doesn’t anymore and never did in Europe. He made Ronaldo leave, now Dybala the next prob Vlahovic or Chiesa looking for a more aggressive style of play. Whoever wanted him back should be sacked now. Pirlo did better with no experience and so di Sarri.