From the Guardian: "Andrea Agnelli is a sociopath, he believes himself a visionary"

The Guardian, through an article by Tobias Jones, harshly attacked the former chariman of Juventus FC Andrea Agnelli

by Lorenzo Ciotti
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From the Guardian: "Andrea Agnelli is a sociopath, he believes himself a visionary"

The Guardian, through an article by Tobias Jones, harshly attacked the former chariman of Juventus FC Andrea Agnelli. The club of the Italian Serie A is under accusation for some suspected and alleged financial violations, as well as in the sights of UEFA due to the Superlega project.

Jones, reporting an anonymous source within Juventus, as stated in the Guardian article, exlained: "According to various sources who spoke to me on condition of anonymity, the workplace has always been dysfunctional. Agnelli thinks he is a visionary - a former executive told me - but he is a sociopath.

A complete control freak." On Fabio Paratici, former manager of Juventus and Tottenham, Jones reports the comment of a source inside the club: "A charismatic guy, very sociable. A funny guy, he always smiled. You could see that he liked the good life, being part of the high society, surrounded by beautiful women." Among the testimonies of former members, former employees and collaborators who wished to remain anonymous and an insight into the current situation and the conflicting relationship between Andrea Agnelli and the current number one of UEFA and, former godfather of his daughter, Alexander Ceferin, here are the most interesting that emerge from this report.

The Guardian journalist said about the Italian Serie A, in his long article: "Serie A is a creaky product, with the position of the most famous club in the league dependent on legal, not sporting, results. The Juventus scandals are a window not only on the wider crises in Italian soccer, but also on the rot at the heart of the sport.

The Juve crisis lays bare the difficult financial situation in which most Italian football clubs now find themselves. There is a vicious circle low investment, which makes it difficult to attract or keep the best players, which makes it impossible to sell media rights at the best rates, which means there is low investment, etc.

The product looks awful. stadiums are terrible, empty stands look awful, football is two gears slower than in Spain or England."

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