‘Napoli disintegrating’ Giuntoli joins Juventus…’Kim Min-jae, commander, director out in a row’
‘Italian champions’ Napoli are falling apart.
Juventus announced on the 7th (한국시간) through the club’s website, “Cristiano Giuntoli is joining us! Born on February 12, 1972 in Florence, Italy, he has had an impressive career as a sporting director,” the club announced.
“Giuntoli started his career with Spezia and then Carpi. He joined Napoli in 2015 and won the Italian Serie A title in the 2022-23 season. We wish Giuntoli the best of luck and welcome him to Juventus.”
It’s been 33 years since Italy has seen light blue. Napoli won the Scudetto (Italian Serie A title) in 2022-23 for the first time since the Diego Maradona era in 1989-90.먹튀검증
It wasn’t an easy win to predict. Last summer, Napoli overhauled its roster in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic and a rebuilding effort. They said goodbye to legends Lorenzo Insigne, Dries Mertens, and Kalidou Koulibaly, as well as key players Fabian Luiz and David Ospina.
Napoli won the championship despite the rebuilding process. Victor Osimhen and Hvitsa Kvarachelia played key roles in attack, Stanislav Lobotka and Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa in midfield, and Kim Min-Jae and Giovanni Di Lorenzo in defense.
We can”t forget about head coach Chiano Spalletti. Unlike many Italian clubs that focus on defense, Napoli has put a lot of emphasis on offense. As a result, they won the league and reached the quarterfinals of the UEFA Champions League (UCL) for the first time in the club’s history.
Another person who can be credited with the title is coach Giuntoli. He took relatively unknown players like Kim Min-jae and Kvarachelia and turned them into world-class players. He has come into his own under the notoriously demanding president Aurelio De Laurentiis.
Napoli have been hemorrhaging since the Scudetto. Kim Min-jae is on his way to Bayern Munich in a €50 million buyout. Champions coach Spalletti has been relieved of his duties to rest. Add to that the departure of coach Giuntoli to rival Juventus. With the departure of all the key players, a so-called “exodus” is underway.