MILAN - Juventus chief executive Jean
Claude Blanc left his role on Wednesday and will take on a
short-term project overseeing the completion of the club's new
stadium which still does not have a name.
Juve, who drew 2-2 with Chievo on Tuesday to all but end
their hopes of Champions League football next season, said in a
statement that Aldo Mazzia would take over.
Frenchman Blanc was brought in after Juve's boardroom was
purged by the 2006 match-fixing scandal but poor results on the
pitch and the club's failure to announce a sponsor for the
stadium, which opens on the old site of the Stadio Delle Alpi in
August, have dogged his reign.
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