MILAN, May 31 (Reuters) - Juventus have continued to rebuild
for the future after a dreadful season by parting company with
director Roberto Bettega after just five months, the Serie A
club said in a statement on Monday.
Bettega was a key Juve director when the club bossed Italian
soccer in the first half of the last decade but left in the wake
of their 2006 match-fixing demotion only to return in late
However, his presence could not stop Juve sliding down to
seventh and this month's arrivals of former Sampdoria coach
Luigi Del Neri and ex-Samp sporting director Beppe Marotta have
spelt the end of his second short stint with the Turin club.
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