Massimiliano Allegri back in the eye of the storm: social ruthless
“Is it possible to take someone who knows something about soccer and put him on the bench?” reads one on social media.
A movie already seen. This is how many Bianconeri fans commented on the draw their team got at the Allianz Stadium against Roma. The inability to manage the lead – or rather, to seek the double with more conviction – is the most frequent reproach read on social media at the end of the big-match in Turin. In the wake of what we already read last year, and after the disappointing draw obtained last Monday at Marassi, the person responsible, according to many Juventus fans, is always him. Massimiiliano Allegri.
“Is it possible, pray tell, to take someone who knows something (I don’t say much) about soccer and put him on the bench? BASTAAAA #AllegriOut,” writes Stefano. He is also echoed by ‘Bianconero1897’, who says: “The weekly #allegriout: in the second half the c***n deludes himself to manage only 1 goal lead for 45 minutes, thinking only of doing catenaccio with 451, and besides random crosses there are no offensive play schemes to score more and close games, another 2 points lost,” and Davide: “The truth is that the second half we did badly and the coach’s job is to do something. He doesn’t do it and he does that little bit badly.”
In general, on Twitter, there is a resurgence, among the trending tweets, of the hashtag #Allegriout, with several Juventus fans just obsessively posting this slogan, even repeated eight times in the same speech, to express their disappointment with the Tuscan coach.