The American had been a fan of the Old Lady until the opportunity to buy the Crociati arose.
“It may sound odd but no,” Krause responded when asked if it was hard to suddenly switch sides.
“As an American, it wasn’t that my father and nonno and that followed Juve. I was the one that followed them and my kids did because of me.
“My granddaughter used to have a Juventus jersey, but now she’s got her Parma gear. It’s easier when they’re under two years old to switch their allegiance, you just have to put something new in their closet.
“So the passion wasn’t as generational [as it can be in Italy] so to walk away from Juve was a little easier, which maybe doesn’t sound very European because of how people here grow up.”