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Francesco Rinaldi says Serie A is almost worthless without Juventus

February 4, 2023 - 9:26 am

Unattached goalkeeper Francesco Rinaldi has given his thoughts on Serie A without Juventus.

Tuttomerocatweb reports that the 26-year-old spoke to Claudio Zuliani who hosts a broadcast on Radiobianconera. and discussed both the Juve fans and the current situation affecting the club.

Starting with the fans, Rinaldi said “yesterday I expected a more massive participation of the fans.” talking about yesterday’s game and how Rinaldi expected more fans of Juve to be present. 

Rinaldi then moved on to Juve and Serie A and had this to say: “If they want to have a Serie A in which Juve isn’t there, I don’t know how much it worth honest” letting everyone know Serie A just won’t be the same without Juve.

“i don’t understand the protest of the other fans as well. To see a championship in which Juve is not there honestly, I’m not interested”

JuveFC Says

Rinaldi makes some very good points, Serie A would be seriously weakened without Juve, it would lower the value of any TV revenue, its global reach would be damaged and at a time when the Premier League is dominating the financial side of things, this is the last thing Serie A needs.

Regards his comments on the fans, I disagree with his statement, it is up to the club to put things right, expecting the fans to keep splashing out on tickets when the team is doing so bad on and off the field is being cheeky, the fans deserve so much better, this situation is not on the fans but the club and players.

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    martinn February 4, 2023 at 12:05 pm

    Quite honestly if you keep allegri no one is watching as they used to anyway. There was a real chance of a positive rebuild, but agnelli utterly destroyed it on and off the pitch. Will they just settle for mediocrity and a trickle of money, leaving the fans ridiculed time after time with top4 and euro humiliation? Or will management have any bollox and actually want to entertain and make an impact outside of Italy again, get a positive coach, invest intelligently and clear out the hangers-on? We have great young players now and up and coming, no excuse for allegri to be there with decades old ideas and decades-old favourites holding us back at all. We could have tried for ten Hag, but United had a real h ok best rebuild. Maybe the agnelli’s need some pressure on them to care about football again, instead of turning a blind eye to the wizardry to make them look better than they actually are? Selling for mediocrity gets you mediocrity

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    martinn February 4, 2023 at 12:07 pm

    *settling* is showing everyone else you don’t think you’re good enough

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    Fogs February 4, 2023 at 12:39 pm

    Should of stuck with Pirlo and the youth rebuild like arsenal has done with arteta