Juventus Ultras Slam the Front Office with Two Explicit Banners

The hardcore fans of Juventus did not like the choices of the management during the summer. The Viking group attached two banners near the Allianz Stadium to voice their malcontent, SportMediaset reports.

The first one says that the team was wrecked, the stadium is too quiet, and that president Andrea Agnelli and executive Alberto Pairetto are disastrous. The latter handles the relationship with the supporters. The second sign campaigns for the return of drums and banners inside the arena instead of “fake fans,” underlining the poor results at home. Empoli were recently the 15th team to ransack the Stadium in its ten-year history.

The Ultras and Agnelli have been engaged in a prolonged feud. A few years ago, the president stripped them of a lot of privileges. There is also an ongoing trial looking into threats, violent incidents, and the presence of criminal organizations inside the Curva. On top of that, Juventus sold Cristiano Ronaldo without properly replacing him. In addition, The Bianconeri got off to a pitiful start. They collected just one point against the Tuscan Azzurri and Udinese.

Plus, the hottest supporters are refusing to enter the arenas in Italy as a protest against the COVID regulations. The authorities currently allow 50 percent capacity. It is mandatory to show the Green Pass to be on the stands. Therefore, only vaccinated people, those who have healed from the virus in the last six months or tested negative in the previous 48 hours, can attend. Instead, the Ultras are demanding full stadiums.