Alfonso Soriani is a great goalkeeper, a great player and a great coach.
But the man who has helped the Giallorossi end a 16-year drought is now a big question mark.
Soriano is currently in charge of Napoli, who are 11th in Serie A after eight games.
He has just six points from eight games and they are already without one of their top four goalkeepers, Mario Mandzukic.
Sorbiano has been criticised for some of the decisions he has made, including not taking on the captain of the side, Marco Asensio, when he had a bad knee injury.
Sorfiano has also been accused of making the wrong decisions at the start of the season, with the club having just three wins in their first five games.
Alfonso has also had to cope with a slump in form in recent months and, despite the fact he is on a one-year contract, he still hasn’t found the form which led him to earn his first-team debut for the club in January.
Sorosiano has been under pressure since the beginning of the Serie A season, as the club had been relegated to the second tier of Italian football after losing their last four games.