Alessandro Del Piero: We Are In Trouble And I Don't Know If Ciro Ferrara Should Resign(Goal.com)

Juventus captain Alessandro Del Piero cast further doubt on the future of Ciro Ferrara after another bruising defeat at home.

Del Piero gave his side the lead in the first half but was substituted for Alex Manninger after Gianluigi Buffon was given a straight red card for a professional foul late in the game.

From the bench the World Cup winner saw his side concede a late John Arne Riise winner to plunge the Bianconeri into further problems.

"It's hard to find the words and move forward but we have no alternative. This is probably not the real Juventus as this is a match that on other occasions we would have finished the job."

Asked about the future of his former team-mate Ciro Ferrara, the Juve star said, "I've no idea whether he should resign and I don't want to think about it. My thoughts are just to work and listen to what he says and as the captain I have to do what I can to help."

The Bianconeri showed flashes of form in a quality match lit up by Del Piero's terrific second half goal where he kept his eye on the ball before executing an exquisite volley.

He added, "I didn't enjoy the goal as I should have done. Today we were good for an hour but now we are all in trouble. We've all made mistakes and the fans are right to be disappointed. It's up to us to regain their trust."




Ferrara regolarmente in campo
per l'allenamento defatigante
(La Stampa)

Dopo la sconfitta di ieri in casa contro la Roma per 2-1, la Juventus questa mattina si è ritrovata al centro sportivo di Vinovo per l’allenamento in vista del match di Coppa Italia che vedrà i bianconeri giovedì affrontare l’Inter allo stadio Meazza di Milano.

A guidare i bianconeri, che ieri erano alla terza sconfitta consecutiva, c’era il tecnico Ciro Ferrara la cui posizione secondo i media appare in bilico.
La dirigenza juventina, che dopo la sconfitta con i giallorossi non ha rilasciato dichiarazioni in merito alla posizione del proprio tecnico, era presente a Vinovo ad assistere all’allenamento della squadra. Come riporta lo stesso sito del club piemontese sia il direttore sportivo Alessio Secco, che il presidente Jean-Claude Blanc, che il vicedirettore generale Roberto Bettega hanno assistito alla seduta d’allenamento di Alessandro Del Piero e compagni.

La posizione di Ferrara è in discussione ormai da qualche settimana e parecchi nomi sono stati fatti come possibili sostituti del tecnico bianconero: il più accreditato è quello dell’olandese Guus Hiddin, ma candidati sono anche Michael Laudrup, Dino Zoff, Claudio Gentile e Alberto Zaccheroni.

La Stampaは、フェラーラがコッパ・イタリアのインテル戦に向けて通常通りの指揮を執っていることを報道した上で、ほぼ解任は間違いないとして、ヒディンク、ミカエル・ラウドルップ、ゾフ、ジェンティーレ、ザッケローニらの名前が後任として挙がっているとしている。

Report: Ciro Ferrara Set For Juventus Sacking(Goal.com)

Serie A giants Juventus have decided to dismiss coach Ciro Ferrara after the Bianconeri stumbled to their third straight league defeat last night.

The revelation comes from Turin-based daily La Stampa, which is managed by a holding company of the Fiat Group whose president is Juve patron John Elkann.

The newspaper claims that Ferrara is on borrowed time after last night’s 2-1 reverse at the hands of Roma and the club directors will hand him the pink slip in the next 48 hours.

Juve president Jean-Claude Blanc is reportedly still hoping to grant Ferrara yet another stay of execution, but the owners appear to have made up their mind.

It is only a matter of picking Ferrara’s successor, and Russia boss Guus Hiddink remains in pole position to take over the Stadio Olimpico hot seat.

Hiddink was approached by the Old Lady two weeks ago and allegedly demanded wages of €3.5 million to commit to the club for the next six months.

A decision is expected shortly as Juve will be back in action on Thursday when they face Inter in the quarter-finals of the Coppa Italia at San Siro.



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