Juventus coach Antonio Conte is becoming fed-up with questions over Fernando Llorente's continued absence.
Llorente remains frozen out amid claims he doesn't suit Conte's system.
â€œI find it unfair that I have to get criticised for how I play Llorente. I understand if thereâ€™s criticism over results, but not this. The same ought to happen for the lack of playing time for Sebastian Giovinco or Simone Padoin.
â€œI am the Coach and I know what happens during the week in training. Llorente is a player we all chose together and we all support him together. I donâ€™t want this game of trying to figure out who wanted who. The basis of our success over these years is that we shared everything, the positive and negative choices.
â€œFernando basically didnâ€™t play for a year due to his problems with Bilbao, which is why he needed time to rediscover the grit, intensity and tempo of a match situation. You lose these things when you donâ€™t play.
â€œNow he has trained for three months and will have his chance, because he is earning it. He could play tomorrow, Wednesday or next Sunday. I wonâ€™t tell you when it will happen, though."