‘The game will be changed’ – Juventus, Roma fans discuss ‘irreversible’ departure
Juve fans will be celebrating a major milestone on Sunday when they begin their farewell tour.
The Bianconeri, in their final game in Serie A, have announced that they will take their final step of a 20-year career.
In a move that could shake the foundations of the club’s fortunes, their president Massimo Moratti announced that Juventus will end their 21-year association with the “Trophies”.
The club has been in Serie B since 1996, where they have never won the trophy.
With the current squad only playing one league game a season, it is believed that the club is aiming to end the association with this season.
Moratti said that the “irreparable” departure of coach Massimo Berlusconi will be announced on Saturday.
Juventus will take part in the 2018-19 Champions League with an exhibition match against Bayer Leverkusen on Saturday evening.
The club will also begin their preparations for the 2019-20 UEFA Champions League, which begins on July 23.
However, Moratti is yet to reveal the final match for the team.
“We have to decide on a date for the final fixture,” Moratti told reporters.
We will have the Juventus shirts on display in the stadium, and we are going to give the fans a chance to come and support us. “
There will be a celebration.
We have a great group of players, we are all happy and we can celebrate with everyone in the squad. “
This is a momentous occasion for Juventus, and it is a very difficult one.
Juventus won the Italian Super Cup in 2015 and have reached the semi-finals of the Champions League five times, including a memorable 2-1 win against Barcelona in 2017.”
It’s a great moment for us and I want to celebrate it with all of us.”
Juventus won the Italian Super Cup in 2015 and have reached the semi-finals of the Champions League five times, including a memorable 2-1 win against Barcelona in 2017.