It’s a different story at Juventus.
The Nerazzurri are set to host Udinese at the Stadio Olimpico on Saturday evening.
It’s the second leg of the first leg of a Champions League tie.
But while Udinese’s supporters are happy with the new digital ordering system, the club’s chief executive Luca Di Maio has his own grievances.
The Juventus CEO was critical of the process he has used to secure digital orders for his side’s matches.
“I don’t like to change the way we use the internet,” Di Maioso told Radio Sport.
I would like to find a way to give more time to the players and the fans.””
We are still using the same way.
I would like to find a way to give more time to the players and the fans.”
When I first started in the club, I would have been happy to go online every day.
But after a while, the number of people using the internet in the team has dropped, and I don’t want to change this process.
“This has been the biggest disappointment for me and for the club.”
Di Maio was in charge of the club in 2013-14.
He was also the club president when Juventus signed Cristiano Ronaldo from Real Madrid in 2014.
“We started the project with a clear idea: We want to have a new technology to support our players, to create more excitement, to build the excitement of our supporters,” Di Masio said.
“It’s a very new technology, but one that will help the players to win more games.”
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