Juventus assistant coach Marco Landucci replied "negativity does not help" when asked about Massimiliano Allegri's future after a shock 1-0 defeat away at Monza.
With under-fire Allegri serving a touchline ban, Landucci oversaw the Bianconeri, who mustered only two shots on target against a team that started the game winless and bottom of Serie A as Angel Di Maria was sent off for a petulant elbow on Armando Izzo.
Substitute Christian Gytkjaer netted a 74th-minute winner for Monza's first victory since their promotion, and defeat means Juventus have earned just 10 points from their first seven Serie A matches.
When questioned on whether he and Allegri still had the club's support, Landucci told reporters: "We don't give up, it's not in our DNA.
"I haven't talked to Allegri yet, we'll do it to understand the situation. We will certainly continue to work to correct mistakes.
"We work precisely on these things, on the goals we have scored, mistakes to try to improve. It is evident that at the moment it is not enough. Negativity does not help.
"The criticisms of the fans are there, now we have to be united. It's easy to be united in victories, we have to be even more so now."
Landucci felt Di Maria's red card was the key moment in the match, adding: "Di Maria's sending off affected us.
"Di Maria is the first to be sorry, he fell into the trap of Izzo, who is very good at this kind of thing."