Juventus unveiled their new logo on Monday, but they did not receive the reception they may have expected.
The new club crest, which features two white lines on a black backround to create a 'J', was criticised by supporters who saw it as too much of a departure from their traditional badge.
However, as well as the negative Tweets, the Serie A side have also been accused of plagiarism, with their new logo looking very similar to one from tennis star Robin Soderling.
The Swede unveiled his branding in 2013, with a very similar style and colour-scheme to the new Juve crest.
Juventus's design has also encouraged another club to follow suit and rebrand themselves with a tribute.
Russian club Yenisey Krasnoyarsk shared a new design for their club badge, imitating the Juve style.
Whether Yenisey will decide to use this rebranded crest is yet unclear.