The players’ union, which represents the national team, said it was “sad and embarrassing” that the head coach was unable to discuss his personal life with the players.
The players union has said it would continue to speak out in favour of reform of the club’s ownership structure.
It said that when it came to discussing personal issues with the coach, the players “wouldn’t have had the right to ask”.
The union has also been vocal in its criticism of the decision by Italian football to suspend Juventus president Aurelio De Laurentiis on Wednesday, who had previously promised the club would not “move out of Serie A”.
It also took issue with De Laurentis’ refusal to meet the players during their training session in the morning and said that was “not in line with Italian football values”.
In a statement released after De Laurentiois’ announcement, the union called the decision “a complete dereliction of duty”.
“We would like to express our sincere regret to all the players, coaches, staff and fans of Juventus Football Club,” the statement read.
“This is a breach of the collective bargaining agreement, which has been made between the union and the club.
“However, the most important thing is to not let this situation be repeated.” “
There are no guarantees that the coach will not be questioned,” ASPI said.
“However, the most important thing is to not let this situation be repeated.”
It was the latest blow to the Serie A champions as the club failed to qualify for next season’s Champions League for the first time since 1958, and they have struggled to find a way to get their star players back into the fold.
Despite the disappointment, it was clear that the players did not want to give up on the club, despite the problems.
“We’re happy to hear this is being resolved, but there are still many things that need to be addressed,” said Alessandro Del Piero, the striker who is currently on a season-long loan at Milan.
“There’s a lot of things that go on behind the scenes.
We’re all in agreement that we need to do everything to help Juventus and the players.”
The players’ association said it did not expect a repeat of last season, when it was unable to contact the president, although the union had been in contact with De La Montagne.
“He’s our president, he’s the one that has to talk to us,” Del Pierol said.
“And that’s what I do, I talk to him.
But there are also other people, who have to talk with him, who are not as powerful.
I’m sure the president of Juventus is a great player and I don’t want to lose him.”