On Monday, it was reported that Juventus will wear shorts for the first time in their history when they host Sevilla on Sunday.
The team have been wearing shorts in recent weeks as they prepare for their European tour in Spain.
The shorts have been popular for a while now, with fans in the streets taking photos and posting them on Instagram.
Juventus captain Mauro Icardi, however, has expressed his displeasure with the shorts, calling them “a waste of time” and an “attempt to show off” his physique.
“You can’t have the players wearing shorts when they’re already tired,” Icardio told La Gazzetta dello Sport.
“It’s not good for them, and the only thing it’s good for is to show that they’re capable of wearing them.
It’s a waste of effort.”
When will Juventus get the opportunity to wear shorts?
The shorts, which have been worn by some of the best players in Serie A, have been a staple of Italian football since the mid-1990s.
As a result, the shorts have become an integral part of the squad’s kit and have become synonymous with the club.
However, the team has always had a more casual approach to the shorts as they were originally designed to be worn by players.
The first shorts were worn by a player during the 1993 World Cup in South Africa.
Since then, the players have continued to wear them with the squad always showing off their physiques, but not the shorts.
“I think that the shorts are a waste,” ICardio told Sport Tutto.
“The only thing they’re good for are to show us that we’re capable.
It should be an opportunity to show the players that we have the ability to wear these shorts.”
Icardio added that the club was not worried about the shorts being worn by the players for the tour as it was the team’s training sessions that would determine if the shorts were appropriate for the occasion.
“We have a very simple approach to wear [the shorts], but the training sessions are important,” Icardsi said.
“We have the same approach to our training as in any other competition.
It is important for us to be ready for a tough match.”