The crisis at Juventus is not only reserved to on-field matters, as reports continue to pour through at just how unhappy supporters are with the club's current management.
The Bianconeri have had another trophyless season, and have completely fallen off the Scudetto radar, dropping down to third after picking up just three points in their last four games, conceding nine goals in the process.
Coach Claudio Ranieri is under serious pressure, and infuriated supporters following yesterday's 2-2 draw at rock-bottom Reggina by declaring that there was a five-year project at the club, during which time the Scudetto would not arrive.
Ranieri is not the only Juventus management figure to come under fire, as virgiliosport.it claims that tifosi are up in arms at the job being done by sporting director Alessio Secco.
Secco has made a long-line of disastrous signings since replacing Luciano Moggi in 2006, including the likes of Jean-Alain Boumsong, Sergio Almiron, Tiago Mendes and Christian Poulsen.
It is reported that Werder Bremen star Diego may not arrive in Turin this summer due to Secco's inability to negotiate the deal. Some fans are also angry at the almost-certain return of Fabio Cannavaro, who left Juve after the Calicopoli crisis in 2006.
The majority of supporters want Secco out, but this seems unlikely as the 39-year-old only recently signed a new contract until 2011.
Anthony Sormani, Goal.com