Andrea Pirlo admitted that he is still coach of Juve after loss against AC Milan
Pirlo will not step aside
Rookie coach Andrea Pirlo watched from the curb as the Bianconeri were taken down 3-0 at home by their rivals. The tough loss came just a week after Juve officially relinquished the Serie A crown for the first time after nine consecutive titles. Speaking after the match, Andrea Pirlo said to Retire? No, according to Pirlo he will not step aside. Pirlo embraced the role with great enthusiasm amid certain difficulties and that he is at the club’s disposal, there are still three games to play, so he will continue to do his job for as long as allowed.
According to Andrea, he had a different project and thought he would have another group at his disposal. Pirlo worked on some concepts, but then he had to make changes to match their characteristics and had to adapt. Andrea said that it is not that this team is resistant to change, but if they have some things in mind and they get more difficult with certain players and if they cannot get the best out of these players, it is his fault, and he definitely needs to be done better.
Juventus under serious threat
Juve is now under serious threat to be eliminated from the Champions League entirely next season. With three remaining games of the season, they are fifth in the league, three points behind both Milan and Atalanta, and one rear behind Napoli. And Juve faces a testing schedule. They travel to eighth place Sassuolo on Wednesday before hosting Inter, their fiercest rivals and Serie A champions this season, next Saturday. The final of Coppa Italia against Atalanta follows on May 19 before the final trip to middle Bologna. With Juventus struggling financially, they can barely afford to miss out on the cash-spurred Champions League, making the next two weeks absolutely vital to their hopes for the years to come.
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