The Juventus, already in crisis in the Champions League, conceded its first defeat (1-0) in the championship on Sunday spent at Monza (18th), after having played more than half the game with ten players after the expulsion of the Argentine Ángel Di María, exacerbating his crisis.
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With this defeat, the team trained by Massimiliano Allegri (in the stands due to suspension) has had two draws and three defeats in his last five games in all competitions, and is no higher than eighth in Serie A.
Crisis at 'Juve'
According to the Italian press, team captain Leonardo Bonucci paid the price for the defeat in the League of Champions, as he did not play a single minute in the defeat against Monza.
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The 'Gazzetta dello Sport' explores the alleged internal crisis that the Italian club would be experiencing at the moment.
Marco Landucci, Allegri's assistant, justified the absence of the captain in that game due to a supposed “technical decision”, but in Italy there is talk of a rift between the player and his coach.
Added to this crisis are the expulsions, last week of Colombian Juan Guillermo Cuadrado and now of Di María.
Although the DT was ratified in his position, there is already speculation with the names of probable candidates for the bench.
There is talk, for example, of Zinedine Zidane, who was already in the 'bianconero' team at the end of the nineties.
Another option would be the Uruguayan Paolo Montero, who is also an old acquaintance of the team, as a player and as a coach of the lower categories.
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