Nedved: ‘Juventus players need heads smashed in’

Pavel Nedved

Juventus director Pavel Nedved said the players needed ‘their heads smashed in’ after their ‘arrogant’ performance in defeat to Benevento, as seen in the Amazon Prime series All or Nothing.

The Czech former midfielder has always been a fiery presence in the stands for his club since becoming vice-president.

He let loose with his anger in front of the cameras in the Amazon Prime series All or Nothing: Juventus, which was released today.

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Following a defeat to relegation candidates Benevento, Nedved was seen bitterly criticising the players for their performance.

“This lot are arrogant, they crashed out of the Champions League,” said Nedved. “We have to go in there and smash their heads in.”

Director Fabio Paratici insisted the club was also part of the problem, but Nedved continued to point towards the locker room.

“No, it’s them! It’s them!”

President Andrea Agnelli and coach Andrea Pirlo were watching on as the pair bickered.

6 Comments on “Nedved: ‘Juventus players need heads smashed in’”

  1. If anyone needs their head smashed in, its paratici for bringing in free rejects like rabiot, ramsey, etc. and we never needed a ronaldo. we were doing just fine without him. that money could’ve been spent elsewhere in the team

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