Alessio Tacchinardi hopes Juventus heed lessons from this season.
Juve are out of Europe after a new 10-point penalty was imposed for the capital gains investigation.
“I hope that this season will at least teach Juventus that names don't bring trophies, but hunger and motivation," Tacchinardi told La Gazzetta dello Sport.
“It is time to realise that anyone in the club who feels sated has to step aside and give over to those who are ready to eat grass to get the job done, to give everything, without calculation or reservation
“The overall view of the season can only be negative. This team struggled in terms of consistency and style. The most significant games are the second leg of the Coppa Italia semi-final with Inter and that defeat at Empoli, two nights that could've transformed the season, but Juve simply didn't show up for.
“If they had beaten Empoli, then even with a 10-point penalty, they'd still be able to beat Milan in the head-to-head and qualify for the Champions League. Instead, they burned through this huge opportunity and after the match I heard a sense of resignation."
On coach Max Allegri, he added: “When Juve wanted him back, they knew Allegri is a results man whose vision of football is not exactly aimed at providing entertainment. However, football is changing at the same speed we see new smartphones come out all the time.
“The club ought to evaluate if Allegri still has the competence, the charisma and the hunger to keep a team going when the pressure grows every year. If the only reason to keep him is economic, then that would be damaging for all involved."