Juventus fans are showing signs of increasing tension and unrest as they turn their back on the directors by protesting outside the club's offices in Turin.
A number of ultras from the 'Drughi' group have erected a banner against the club in protest for the recent downturn in Turin.
The banner reads:
"Absent owners, incompetent directors. We want out our Juventus."
The banner was placed directly in front of the Fiat centre where the group which controls Juventus is based. The fans are aiming to direct their anger at the Agnelli family directly, rather than show a banner at the club's training ground at Vinovo, which is what happened last week.
Reports suggest the Ultras are trying hard to persuade the club's hierarchy to get rid of the current board. Meetings are taking place this week at Exor, the Juventus holding company, as the club's shareholders meet at the annual general meeting.
It's clear that the fans want answers following all the recent debacles on the pitch. Tuttosport claims the club's future is up in the air as the shareholders anxiously await reassuring news from the chiefs.
Salvatore Landolina, Goal.com