It has been different shades of drama as entire board of Juventus resigns
Following a statement made by Juventus president Andrea Agnelli on Monday night claiming that the action is in the “best interest of the club,” the whole board of directors has unanimously resigned.
The decision to quit collectively during the mid-season World Cup break was reached in an emergency board meeting of the Italian giants, which led to the announcement.
Despite also retiring, managing director Maurizio Arrivabene will continue to oversee his administrative responsibilities as the club enters a critical time of change, according to the Daily Mail UK.
Agnelli reportedly issued a letter to Juventus’ whole workforce to formally inform them of the development.
We are in a difficult social situation, the letter stated.
It is preferable to keep everyone together so that another team has the chance to win.
“The opponents have an advantage when the team is not cohesive, and this can be deadly.
“At that time, we need to be clearheaded and try to minimise the harm.
The words of Friedrich Nietzsche, which give me solace, “And those who saw themselves dancing were deemed insane by others who did not hear the music,” will inspire me to keep imagining and striving for a greater football team.
Keep in mind that we may all be recognised by a simple glance since we are Juve’s citizens!
Juventus reported a record-breaking loss of £220 million (€254.3 million) for the 2021/22 season.