Sport Pjanic: Sarri didn't trust Juventus players

15:00  24 october  2020
15:00  24 october  2020 Source:   goal.com

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‘Maurizio Sarri didn ’ t trust his men' and 'doubted' their professionalism. The Bianconeri won the Scudetto, but lost the Finals of the Coppa Italia and Italian “What still disappoints me to this day is that Sarri didn ’ t trust his men and that disturbed me,” Barcelona midfielder Pjanic told Tuttosport.

Juventus head coach Maurizio Sarri says he has no concerns about Miralem Pjanic 's suitability to his plans despite talk of a swap deal involving Arthur. He also made it clear he is not pushing for the midfielder to leave despite suggestions Pjanic is not wholly compatible with Sarri 's preferred system.

Miralem Pjanic has claimed Maurizio Sarri did not trust the Juventus players during his fractious time in charge last season.

Maurizio Sarri wearing glasses: Former Juventus head coach Maurizio Sarri © Chris Ricco/Getty Images Former Juventus head coach Maurizio Sarri

Former Napoli and Chelsea boss Sarri steered Juve to the Serie A title but was sacked in the aftermath of the shock Champions League last-16 exit at the hands of Lyon.

That European disappointment, combined with defeats in the finals of the Coppa Italia and Supercoppa Italiana, meant Juve's ninth consecutive Scudetto was not enough for 2019-20 to be considered a success.

It was Sarri's relationship with his stars that appeared to be the biggest concern at the club, with president Andrea Agnelli suggesting there was a lack of "alchemy" between players and coach.

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Pjanic played 90 minutes as the Bianconeri overran 10-man Lecce 4-0 in Friday's Serie A contest to open up a seven-point lead over Scudetto challengers Lazio. "I don' t know if Pjanic will no longer play with Juventus , I have not received any communication," he Juve head coach said.

Maurizio Sarri admitted Juventus missed the quality of Miralem Pjanic in their dramatic victory over Genoa. But sluggish Juventus found a last-gasp winner after Ronaldo won and scored a penalty in a "Gonzalo is a player that in the last 40 minutes of the game is always in the box more than the

Pjanic, who made 30 Serie A appearances under Sarri last season, has now indicated the squad never felt they had the full backing of the man in charge.

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"Sarri had no trust in his men, and that disturbed me," Pjanic, who then joined Barcelona in a swap deal involving Arthur, told Tuttosport.

"Every player in that dressing room has always given their all for the club. You may not get on with one or two, but I'm sorry that sometimes people's evaluation was wrong.

"However, this never affected our performance. All the players are professionals and want to win. But if a coach questions this, that's what triggers what the president spoke about.

Pjanic, the hard blow

 Pjanic, the hard blow © Supplied by Sports.fr Miralem Pjanic Defeated against Poland this Wednesday, in the Nations League (3-0), the Bosnian Miralem Pjanic had to come out after a half hour. The Barça player suffers from the back. Gallery: Bordeaux: the 10 players who will make the future of the Girondins (Onze Mondial) Thirty minutes and then leave. Miralem Pjanic did not last long on Wednesday on the lawn of the Miejski stadium.

Miralem Pjanic is enduring a rare spell out of the Juventus team, but Maurizio Sarri has not questioned his player 's professionalism. With Juve unconvincing in the 30-year-old's absence, Sarri was asked on Saturday of the nature of Pjanic 's absence and whether it related to his looming

Juventus head manager Maurizio Sarri said he ‘ didn ’ t like’ how his team played despite their victory over Lokomotiv Moscow, during the post-match conference in Moscow on Wednesday. “We gave the opponent too much space to develop the attack, did not react to the inclusion of ‘Loko’ players and

"Nobody doubts Sarri's qualities as a coach, but there was this problem. At the end of the day, we still brought home another Scudetto, which you can never take for granted."

Juve won the title by just one point from Inter, winning just two of their final eight games of the league season, but many fans had long since become disillusioned by their style of play.

They scored 76 goals, up six from 2018-19, but conceded 13 more than they did in Massimiliano Allegri's final campaign in charge.

Sarri's commitment to possession-based play meant Juve played nearly 1,700 more passes in their 38 league games than they had managed in 2018-19, yet their number of passes played into the box dropped from 1,257 to just 1,090.

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