"They cannot give three passes in a row": He DESTROYED Juve and Allegri
La Vecchia Signora is going through a rough spot, and this former player added fuel to the fire
Antonio Cassano has been firing shots once again, this time against Juventus. The former striker has gotten a bit of a reputation lately, as every time he opens his mouth or his social media accounts to comment on any topic, he holds nothing back. Now, the former Roma, Real Madrid and Milan player has been giving his take on the situation of the Bianconeri.
La Vecchia Signora isn't having the best of seasons. Currently 8th in Serie A, 10 points off the leaders Napoli and coming off losing a key match against AC Milan, the situation is as bad as it can be for head coach Massimiliano Allegri. Fear not, for here comes Cassano to add some fuel to the fire.
The former Italian international has been very quick to get into trouble recently, questioning the quality of the likes of Erling Haaland or Paulo Dybala, calling Gabriel Batistuta stingy and even suggesting Cristiano Ronaldo should "make himself a favour and retire".
Now, Cassano is after Max Allegri and Juventus, one of the biggest disappointments of the season in Italy. "Everyone began to say that the team had return, but they won against Bologna and against Maccabi Haifa who, with all due respect, in Italy would struggle to save themselves", began the former Roma striker.
"Without playing well, Allegri had said that he would have liked to see Milan without 5 starters and they took them off on their own. Juventus continues to suck, they can no longer play", added Cassano after AC Milan largely outplayed Juve at San Siro.
"The coach wanted a playmaker, Paredes, and then he never puts him on and never gives him the situations and ideas of the game. Then, in conclusion, you always return to make a great effort. If you go to see the starting 11 of AC Milan and that of Juventus, the Bianconeri are much stronger, but they cannot make 3 passes in a row", pointed out Antonio Cassano, who continues to grow his image as one of the most controversial figures in Serie A.