March 1, the 24th round of Serie A in the early hours of this morning, Turin away 2
-4 lost to Derby opponent Juventus.
Turin coach Julich accepted an interview after the game.
Turin took the lead twice in the first half of the game, but was tied twice by Juventus. In the second half, Juventus scored two goals in a row and won 4-2.
Ulrich first said: “I am disappointed with the result of this derby, but I have a lot of positive views on the players’ interpretation of the game and how to improve the game. We took the lead, we scored two goals, we
Could have controlled the game better, but we were a bit timid. We lost some concentration in the final stages and conceded two more goals because of that.”
Torino came on for Radonic in the 49th minute when the score was still tied at 2-2.
But Radonic was replaced after only 14 minutes of playing. Not long before he was replaced, Bremer scored a header to help Juventus lead the score.
Ulrich criticized Radonic’s game attitude by name: “There are some things about Radonic that I find it difficult to understand. He lacks respect for this derby. He should do more and must respect the game, but he
No. The player has quality, but he didn’t do what I asked him to do. I’ve been trying to make him a player for the last six months, but I can’t.”
The 27-year-old Radonic is a Serbian international and has represented Serbia in two World Cups in 2018 and 2022.
But after being so publicly criticized by coach Julich, Radonic’s prospects in Turin are worrying.
Ulrich went on to say: “What annoys me more is that we didn’t concentrate enough in some situations, which made it easy for the other side to score, and we paid a high price for it. But I feel good about the overall performance of the team.
Happy, we are growing, the team is playing well and it leaves me with positive feelings.”
Ulrich also said: “We had a good first half, it wasn’t a game for nothing. We created goals, we played hard and were a complete team. There were a lot of positives.
However, it is a pity that the details determine the final result, we also need to cultivate the attitude and the ability to interpret the game to bring the ideal result home.”
Ulrich continued: “I am very confident because the players are starting to grow and we have a great future. There have been difficulties in the path we have taken, but those are part of the path forward and our young players have grown.
Good, we can see what we want to achieve. But we can’t sell two or three players and start over, we have to be able to keep them.”
In this derby, the Turin extreme fan organization took the approach of boycotting admission and did not go to Juventus’ home court to watch the game.
However, in order to show support for the team, more than 2,000 Turin fans came to the training ground to cheer for the team last weekend.
Ulrich finally said: “I am sorry for the fans. There were so many Turin fans who came to the training ground to encourage us last Sunday. We wanted to bring them happiness. But we must be proud of these people.”