Heisa in Italy: angry supporters are demanding money back and that has everything to do with … Cristiano RonaldoMarch 17, 2019
Juventus plays an away game on Saturday afternoon at Genoa on the 28th matchday in Serie A. Cristiano Ronaldo gets a rest at the Oude Dame, to the frustration of home fans.
Juventus is 18 points apart in the Serie A and qualified for the quarter-finals of the Champions League last Tuesday after a 3-0 victory against Atlético Madrid. Thanks to Ronaldo, who scored a hat trick. So it was high time to let the Portuguese rest, Juve coach Max Allegri thought. No Ronaldo, who so far only missed the competition match at home against Udinese, so in the selection for the trip to the number thirteen in Italy.
With Juve, they were probably not aware of any harm, but with Genoa they had their hands in their hair. The Stadio Luigi Ferraris had been completely sold out for a while before the arrival of the Old Lady, because everyone wanted to catch a look from Ronaldo. Now that it won't play, the Genoa supporters didn't know what to do with their anger.
According to Corriere della Serra, a number of supporters protested on Saturday at the club's headquarters. They demanded their money back for the (expensive) tickets they bought. There were also many phone calls with fans threatening to return their tickets. By the way, there were also local Juve supporters who put their money back …
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