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Allegri up for FIFA’s best Coach

 

 

https://www.football-italia.net/124908/allegri-fifas-best-coach

 

 

Jul 24, 2018

 

Juventus boss Max Allegri is the only Serie A candidate for The Best FIFA Men’s Coach award.

 

Allegri guided Juve to their fourth straight domestic double last season, but Eusebio Di Francesco’s work in masterminding Roma’s run to the Champions League semi-finals has gone unnoticed.

 

Elsewhere, ex-Bianconeri Zinedine Zidane is in with a shout of retaining the accolade, having won another Champions League with Real Madrid, and his former Old Lady teammate Didier Deschamps is among those considered for leading France to the World Cup.

 

Finally, Inter old boy Diego Simeone is recognised for taking Atletico Madrid to the Europa League.

 

 

The Best FIFA Men’s Coach award candidates: Max Allegri (Juventus), Stanislav Cherchesov (Russia), Zlatko Dalic (Croatia), Didier Deschamps (France), Pep Guardiola (Manchester City), Jurgen Klopp (Liverpool), Roberto Martinez (Belgium), Diego Simeone (Atletico Madrid), Gareth Southgate (England), Ernesto Valverde (Barcelona), Zinedine Zidane

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Allegri: ‘Juve at high level’

 

 

https://www.football-italia.net/124977/allegri-‘juve-high-level’

 

 

Jul 26, 2018

 

Juventus boss Max Allegri praised his players after they won their first pre-season match 2-0 against Bayern Munich.

 

Two goals by 21-year-old forward Andrea Favilli gave the Old Lady victory over the German champions in the International Champions Cup match played in Philadelphia.

 

And speaking post-match, the Bianconeri Coach declared himself satisfied with how his side had performed.

 

“The boys did well. It was our first match and we did well considering the shape we were in,” Allegri told reporters.

 

“Quite a lot of young boys played and they showed they are at a high level.

 

“We are working a lot on the defensive side of things because, out of the attackers available, I only have a few young boys.

 

“Favilli did well, scoring two goals.”

 

Juve continue their preparations for the new campaign with a match against Portuguese side Benfica on Saturday evening

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Allegri: ‘No problem with Bonucci’

 

 

https://www.football-italia.net/125061/allegri-‘no-problem-bonucci’

 

 

Jul 27, 2018

 

Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri insists “there are no problems” with Leonardo Bonucci, amid talk of a return.

 

The Milan defender left the Bianconeri last summer, but it has been confirmed by both clubs that he wants to go back to Turin.

 

Part of the reason for his departure was a falling out with Allegri, but the Tuscan insists there is no problem between him and Bonucci.

 

“I had a good relationship with him,” Allegri said ahead of his side’s friendly with Benfica.

 

“There were discussions, but those also took place with other players. It’s part of the job. There are no problems.

 

“That said, I don’t want to talk about the transfer market, that’s down to the club. Juventus have five very good, indeed excellent centre-backs.”

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‘Caldara calm & had character’

 

 

https://www.football-italia.net/125477/caldara-calm-had-character

 

 

Jul 28, 2018

 

Max Allegri praised Mattia Caldara for putting his early mistake during Benfica-Juventus on Saturday behind him. “He showed calmness and character.”

 

Caldara’s misjudgement gifted Benfica the opener, with some viewing it as a sign that the defender had been distracted by reports of a possible move to Milan.

 

However, Juve went on to equalise through Luca Clemenza’s late thunderbolt, before ultimately winning the International Champions Cup friendly on penalties. 

 

“When there are games like these, it’s right to applaud and Clemenza deserved it for his goal,” the Coach said after the game.

 

“Despite the heat, I liked how the lads played, especially the younger ones. Cancelo did well, especially in the second half, when he forged an understanding with Alex Sandro.

 

“He has great potential going forward, but naturally he has to improve defensively. In my opinion, Mattia also did well.

 

“He showed calmness and character, good signs in what was practically his first match with us.”

 

Allegri rounded off his post-match interview by paying tribute to Gianluigi Buffon, who has conceded four goals in his first two appearances for Paris Saint-Germain.

 

“Gigi was the greatest goalkeeper in the world for several years,” added the 50-year-old.

 

“He had an extraordinary career, and he decided to move to Paris as a lifestyle choice. I wish him well.”

 

 

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Allegri: Higuain? We’ll see…

 

 

https://www.football-italia.net/125542/allegri-higuain-well-see

 

 

Jul 30, 2018

 

Max Allegri has admitted that Gonzalo Higuain could leave Juventus this summer. “We’ll see what happens…”

 

Higuain will reportedly meet Milan general manager Leonardo on Thursday over a possible loan move from Juve, and Allegri suggested the striker was free to sign for the Rossoneri.

 

“Did I give the OK to Higuain’s sale? The market is always carried out by the club. We hear about it every day,” the Coach said at a Press conference for the Old Lady’s upcoming friendly against MLS All-Stars.

 

“I don’t even have a [senior] striker here, so we’ll see what happens when we go back to Italy: on the 17th, when the market shuts, Juve will be as competitive as ever.

 

“The club have worked very well so far, and now we’re waiting for this week of work to end, before going back on the 8th.

 

“After that, we’ll take stock of the market, which will be an excellent one, regardless of what happens next.

 

“We’re happy to be here. For us, it’s marks the start of a new season. Like the US, we’re disappointed not to have Ronaldo here, or Dybala, Bentancur, Higuain, Cuadrado and Douglas Costa, but they all played in the World Cup and needed time off.”

 

The 50-year-old took only one recognised striker to the United States in Andrea Favalli, so is he concerned about the Old Lady’s lack of firepower?

 

“[Our forwards] just have to think about scoring,” he added.

 

“We’re lucky to have all our defenders and midfielders here, except Matuidi and Bentancur. It won’t be a problem to find an understanding.”

 

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Allegri ‘sorry’ to lose Caldara

 

 

https://www.football-italia.net/125642/allegri-‘sorry’-lose-caldara

 

 

Aug 2, 2018

 

Juventus Coach Max Allegri admits he is ‘sorry’ to lose Mattia Caldara to Milan but adds the transfer market ‘obliged’ the Old Lady to let him go.

 

Despite a highly-promising two-year loan spell at Atalanta, the 24-year-old will leave the Serie A champions without having made a senior competitive appearance.

 

The Rossoneri will sign the young defender as part of the deal to also bring in Gonzalo Higuain for a fee totalling €54m.

 

Leonardo Bonucci will return to Turin after just a year away, with the Bianconeri boss happy to have an ‘important’ player back.

 

“Leonardo Bonucci is coming back to us after a year,” Allegri told reporters after Juve’s pre-season friendly against the MLS All-Stars.

 

“He is an important player and he hasn’t changed much in six months.

 

“Caldara, though, is a young player who along with Rugani and Romagnoli is part of the best young trio of defenders we have in Italy.

 

“I am sorry to lose him, but the market obliged us to let him go.”

 

Allegri also thanked Higuain for his efforts in Bianconero during his two seasons at the club.

 

“Higuain gave everything in his two years with us and we thank him for that.

 

“Milan have certainly got themselves a great forward.”

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Allegri: No more signings

 

 

https://www.football-italia.net/125756/allegri-no-more-signings

 

 

Aug 5, 2018

 

Max Allegri has confirmed that there will be no more incomings at Juventus this summer. “We’re already competitive as we are.”

 

Juve have already brought in the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Leonardo Bonucci and Joao Cancelo, and Allegri asserted Juve’s squad was good enough to compete at the highest level in 2017-18, despite their 3-1 defeat to Real Madrid on Saturday.

 

“The club did what it had to do,” the Coach said after the Bianconeri’s final International Champions Cup friendly.

 

“More signings? We’re already competitive as we are and I can’t wait to start the season with everyone available.

 

“It’ll be a pleasure to coach Ronaldo, he’s the best player in the world with Messi. With the arrival of Bonucci, we have five players for two positions.

 

“It’ll be a very tough season, so we’ll need everyone. Some young players have showed a lot in the US, so they could also find space with us.

 

“The match was a great test for us, between two great teams. We were happy to be involved in the four games played here, ahead of the new season.

 

“It was a great experience for us, since we were able to measure up against a team with particular quality.”

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Allegri: Honoured by Madrid, but…

 

 

https://www.football-italia.net/125936/allegri-honoured-madrid-but

 

 

Aug 9, 2018

 

Max Allegri admits he was ‘honoured’ to be considered by ‘biggest club’ Real Madrid but insists ‘I made the right decision’ to stay at Juventus.

 

Allegri was one of the names tipped to fill the Madrid vacancy after Zinedine Zidane’s shock departure, but the Juve Coach made it clear he was a man of his word.

 

“I said ‘no’ to Real Madrid because I made a commitment with the President,” he told Stile Mese.

 

“Therefore, my maximum respect for Juventus and given word were why I rejected the call of Real Madrid, the biggest club in the world and the dream for every Coach.

 

“I’d be a hypocrite if I said I wasn’t honoured by their consideration, but I’m absolutely convinced that I made the right decision.

 

“Am I a ‘bandiera’ like Buffon or Del Piero? I absolutely don’t want to be equated with them because they’re players who wrote Juventus’ history, whereas I’ve only been here for four years.”

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Allegri: 'Juve want Champions League'

 

 

https://www.football-italia.net/126082/allegri-juve-want-champions-league

 

 

Aug 12, 2018

 

Max Allegri confirms that with Cristiano Ronaldo in the side, Juventus “have even more ambition to win the Champions League.”

 

CR7 made his debut in this evening’s traditional pre-season in-house friendlybetween Juve and their youth team at Villar Perosa and found the back of the net within eight minutes.

 

He was in a starting XI with Paulo Dybala, Douglas Costa, Emre Can, Federico Bernardeschi, Leonardo Bonucci and Alex Sandro.

 

“On paper a team is important, but above all what happens on the field matters. The club has improved the squad over the summer, but we must play well and win games, otherwise none of that counts,” the Coach told Sky Sport Italia.

 

“We have even more ambition than in previous years to win and that includes the Champions League. The proof was given by the lads in this game, as they took it seriously. It’s a matter of intelligence and mentality.

 

“It’s only natural after the arrival of players like Ronaldo, Emre Can, Bonucci and Leonardo Spinazzola that there is excitement and dreams, but we have to make the quality count with our team performances on the pitch.

 

“Naturally, we have a higher ambition of winning the Champions League than in previous years, just as we want the Scudetto, Coppa Italia and Italian Super Cup.

 

“Ronaldo has above all brought experience at international level and acts as extra motivation for the younger lads to aim higher. You don’t win five Ballon d’Or trophies for nothing and you can see how hard he works to get there.

 

“However, Real Madrid have won four of the last five editions of the Champions League and they did that through hard work.

We’ve got to work too and this is the first time I’ve really seen the whole squad play together.”

 

This summer also saw the return of centre-back Bonucci after his one-year spell at Milan.

 

“Leo is an important player with experience and he increased the quality level of the defence.”

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