The action of the football club Juventus Turin lost some 10% Monday morning on the Milan Stock Exchange, after its elimination by Lyon in the round of 16 of the Champions League.
After losing more than 11%, the Italian club lost 9.27% to 0.8378 euros around 08:00 GMT, in a market up 0.65%.
Juventus was ousted from the Champions League in the 8th despite its success in the return match against Lyon (2-1) on Friday night in Turin.
Juve, their nine Italian league titles in a row, their three C1 finals in 20 years and their five-time Ballon d’Or Cristiano Ronaldo, have folded against OL.
After this elimination and despite a new Italian league title, Juventus withdrew the management of his team from coach Maurizio Sarri on Saturday.
The club immediately announced his replacement by Andrea Pirlo, 2006 world champion with Italy and former Juventus player. Pirlo, 41, doesn’t have the slightest experience as a coach.