Replaced, Dybala Flirting Juventus Coach
Juventus star Paulo Dybala reportedly insulted his coach, Massimiliano Allegri, in a match against Udinese at the Friulli Stadium on Sunday (22/10/20117). He was caught on camera cursing in Spanish that allegedly directed to Allegri.
The news is reinforced by alerts two major Italian media, Sky Sport and Rai Sport. Mentioned, Dybala was not happy when pulled out in the 67th minute and replaced Douglas Costa. When replaced, Juventus were 4-2 up.
Believed, Dybala not happy because it has not scored any goals when replaced. Moreover, the Argentine player has also not scored in three previous appearances. His collection of goals stalled at number 10 and he is getting left behind from his rivals in the top scorer list.
Juventus then added two more goals without Dybala and closed the match 6-2. Sami Khedira became the main actor with a hattrick he created.
Upon this act, Dybala threatened get punishment from his club. In the next game, Juventus will face SPAL on Wednesday (25/10/2017). On that day, it will be known whether he is really punished or not.
Dybala’s displeased attitude is not the first. Last season, the former Palermo striker was also cranky because pulled out against Sassuolo in Serie A.
At that time, he replaced Marko Pjaca with 13 minutes left and Juventus were 2-0 up. He refused to shake hands with Allegri as he walked to the bench. Only, he did not come up with a curse and not to be punished.
Juventus are well known for their acting players. Leonardo Bonucci last season was frozen for insulting Allegri in a game against Palermo. The incident was allegedly the base of his move to AC Milan last summer.