Juventus defender Fabio Cannavaro is plain-spoken on a largely disappointing season, but is confident the team can end the campaign on a high note.
Cannavaro returned to the club last summer with the hope of winning trophies, but his expectations have not been met.
"Do I regret returning? Not at all. I am delighted because I found old friends and team-mates," he told La Stampa.
"But there is a regret for this season of highs and lows, failed objectives and a sacked coach who was my friend. For these reasons the bitterness is great.
"There was also the elimination in the Champions and Europa Leagues. It's everyone's fault though, and responsibility must be divided in equal measure."
The arrival of Andrea Agnelli as president has seen claims of squad dismantlement grow in Turin. But, Cannavaro has other ideas.
"Changes will be made, but there are always seasons where everything just goes wrong," he added.
"I am not surprised by Agnelli's arrival. He has always had the passion, and Juve are part of his history.
"He must reconstruct, trying to do it quickly."
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