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Former Juventus man says the hatred towards them is sad

January 24, 2023 - 7:00 pm

Juventus has emerged as public enemy number one of Italian football in the last few weeks as they battle to clear their name from being involved in capital gains and hiding salary payments.

It is a revelation that has landed them in some trouble and Max Allegri’s men have already been punished with a 15-point deduction, with more likely to come.

The public image of the club has taken a hit because of these allegations and its former player Moreno Torricelli is saddened that one of the biggest clubs in Italy is being hated this much.

He said via Tuttomercatoweb:

“I think the fury towards Juve is shameful. Hear that the judge had given -9, then raised to -15 shameful. I hope that all this will become clear in the appeal, because it seems to me an incredible fury. Juve always makes headlines and everyone is raging about us, which makes me sad because I am a lover of football. When we lost Napoli account, we recognized the merit of the other team. This fury is shameful and I’m sorry because Juve is a heritage for Italian football and seeing this hatred saddens me.”

Juve FC Says

We remain one of the most successful clubs in the country and sometimes success comes with many enemies, which has been a problem for us.

Considering that we did business with other clubs and have been punished alone, it is almost clear to see there is an agenda against the club now.

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4 Comments

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    Reply martinn January 24, 2023 at 7:25 pm

    The reason had been made for the separate investigation. You can be the most hp33333333 team in the universe, if your clean your clean. Don’t give them something to use of their are coming after you, pretty simple.

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      Reply Dream January 24, 2023 at 9:47 pm

      Please tell me which football club is clean. If not just stop bashing the club for something everyone else does. It’s that simple.

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      Reply Libyan fan January 25, 2023 at 9:20 am

      What you have said is correct when the judgment system is impartial , sadly it isn’t so by looking how they are dealing with cases with double standards just like what happened in 2006 when a guilty club like Inter Milan got rewarded instead of being punished

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    Reply Fogs January 24, 2023 at 10:56 pm

    I know this is a comment from fantasy land. But juve has been the constant target of hate and injustices in serie a for decades. Always with double standards and always treated harsher than everyone else. My love for juve and serie a has extended for over 30 years and I have to say I’m ready to walk away from one. If it was at all possible, here comes the fantasy part, juve should apply to join ligue 1 and leave serie a. Geographically it’s close enough. If italian football hates juve so much then juve should find somewhere they’ll be appreciated and treated equally. And watch serie a suffer without them

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