olish goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny has become the first Juventus player to speak publicly about the club’s board crisis.
Juve president Andrea Agnelli and his board resigned on Monday.
After playing for Poland in their World Cup defeat to Argentina, Szczesny said: “I am very sorry because president Agnelli is a great man.
“But life goes on and we will still give everything for the shirt despite the chaos of these days.”
On the defeat last night, where he denied Leo Messi from the penalty spot, Szczesny added: “It’s nice to parry the second penalty in a row, they are beautiful moments for a footballer’s career. Living moments like this is just beautiful. It also takes some luck. It is very strange when you just need a tie but you play with the strongest attackers in the world, defending deep is not enough.”