Marcello Lippi, Ariedo Braida and Giovanni Carnevali: which of them will seduce the Old Lady? (photo LaPresse)
The Turin derby is approaching, but at home Juventus we are thinking above all of next season, with a view to a relaunch after a very disappointing year, especially in Europe. The conviction is maturing within the management to rely on a new head of the technical area, a sort of “tutor” for Andrea Pirlo, sent a bit into disarray in his first experience as a coach, but which acts as the glue between the group-team and the property, to which the duo reports directly Paratici-Nedved.
The hypothesis linked to a third cycle by Marcello Lippi sparked the enthusiasm of many fans, mindful of the successes achieved by the last technician capable of leading the you to win the Champions League. However, there are some concerns about his name related to the curriculum: the former world champion coach has an extraordinary pedrigree as a coach (which could create some difficulties in Pirlo, his former student in blue) but little experience as a manager, except for the position of technical director of Guangzhou, not exactly comparable to Madama Juventus.
If it is really necessary to disavow the line of “off to forties”, that Andrea Agnelli announced at the time of divorce from Beppe Marotta, there are those who suggest a different profile: that of Ariedo Braida, protagonist of an unforgettable season of AC Milan successes. Close to turning 75, Braida knows football like few others and, after the end of his relationship with Barcelona, since last November he has been married to Cremonese, in Serie B, but already in suspicious times he had admitted that “on a call of the you you can’t say no ”.
Another candidacy on the rise is that of Giovanni Carnevali, CEO of Sassuolo, as well as founder of the Master Group Sport. Friend and best man’s wedding Beppe Marotta, Carnevali is indicated as the ideal figure to carry out a project similar to the one advocated by the current manager of theInter. The divorce between Marotta and Juve came about the decision to buy Cristiano Ronaldo, which according to Paratici would have been able to fill the gap with the strongest European teams.
The field has given its response and therefore the party of those who would be ready even for painful farewells is gaining ground (CR7, but also Buffon e Chiellini), to set up a new cycle based on young people, even at the cost of paying a pledge for a few transitional seasons.