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Is Allegri contemplating a position change for Samuel Iling-Junior?

Samuel Iling-Junior

 

 

Samuel Iling-Junior’s growth as one of Juventus’ most promising young talents continues to impress. The Englishman made his breakthrough into the first team last season, impressing with some fine performances as a substitute. As a result of his excellent displays, he earned a permanent promotion to the senior squad. .....

 

He participated in the club’s pre-season camp in the United States, displaying his commitment to his development.

 

However, despite his potential, Juventus is open to the idea of him leaving the club if a suitable offer arises. 

 

On the other hand, there is strong admiration for the player from Max Allegri, who sees great potential in Iling-Junior and is considering a potential position change for him. The manager believes that the talented youngster possesses the versatility to excel in different roles and is particularly interested in exploring his potential in the midfield. ......

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/is-allegri-contemplating-a-position-change-for-samuel-iling-junior/

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Allegri to Face Increased Pressure to Win Next Season

Massimiliano Allegri has been very influential in the transfer market decisions since returning to Juventus. The hierarchy decided to back him again.

 

 

Massimiliano Allegri has been very influential in the transfer market decisions since returning to Juventus. The hierarchy decided to back him again despite two trophy-less seasons in a row. Things won’t change with Cristiano Giuntoli at the helm despite the chatter preceding his arrival.

 

According to La giornalaccio rosa dello Sport, the Bianconeri management will keep listening to the coach’s input. However, he’ll be under pressure to win the title in the upcoming season. The Old Lady settled their off-the-pitch problems and finished restructuring their front office. All eyes will be on the pitch. ......

 

Read more -> https://cultofcalcio.com/allegri-to-face-increased-pressure-to-win-next-season/

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Aldo Spinelli drops bomb on Allegri’s future, explains why he’ll leave Juventus this summer

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With a positive pre-season and an opening-day routing of Udinese, the sounds calling for Max Allegri’s sacking have dwindled in recent days. .....

 

 

Nevertheless, former Livorno president Aldo Spinelli staunchly believes that this will be the final campaign for Allegri at Juventus.

 

The tactician returned to Turin in 2021 and still has a contract until 2025. But according to the former Livorno patron, who happens to be a close friend of Max, the latter is seeking redemption before leaving the club on a high note.

 

Spinelli explains that the 56-year-old will eventually take the most financially rewarding option and succumb to rich offers, possibly from the Saudi Pro League.

 

“Allegri wants a redemption, then he will leave,” revealed the 83-year-old ......

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/aldo-spinelli-drops-bomb-on-allegris-future-explains-why-hell-leave-juventus-this-summer/

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Journalist explains what Juventus main problem is right now

Allegri says his future at Juve to be decided after season | Reuters

 

 

Juventus is working hard to get it right at the end of this campaign and the Bianconeri want to ensure they end the term with a trophy.

 

Max Allegri got few new players in this transfer window, but the club did its best to ensure that they are one of the strongest sides in the league at the moment. ......

 

They have some top players in their ranks and just need to show they have what it takes to deliver, but journalist Xavier Jacobelli says their midfield is not good enough and Allegri does not have time. .....

 

There are three men who can make the team turn around. Locatelli, however, is struggling to return to European level, Rabiot is not yet 100% fit. Then there’s Cambiaso, who went from praise to downgrading after the match against Bologna. The real purchase Allegri is missing cannot be found on the market, it’s called time, which is essential to build a functioning median.” .....

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/journalist-explains-what-juventus-main-problem-is-right-now/

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Allegri has to get the best from the Chiesa-Vlahovic partnership

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Ex-Roma and Italy youth international Stefano Impallomeni has commented on the developing partnership between Federico Chiesa and Dusan Vlahovic.

 

Both attackers have been in impressive form at the start of the season as Allegri makes them strike partners in his 3-5-2 formation. .....

 

“By playing only once a week, the staff will be able to focus on the objective of getting the team to reach an optimal physical condition and Allegri will try to make the most of the Chiesa-Vlahovic attacking pair if possible, Juve has the potential to aim for the top but there is a need to rebuild an environmental feeling that was not seen last year.” .....

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/allegri-has-to-get-the-best-from-the-chiesa-vlahovic-partnership/

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Capello insists Juventus lacking in certain areas

Fabio Capello interview: Of course Gareth Southgate's England replacement  can be foreign

 

 

Fabio Capello has pointed out that there is a certain element missing from Juventus’ game as they strive to secure the league title in the current campaign. ...

 

 

However, Capello emphasises that winning the title won’t be an easy task, as other formidable teams have also made strong preparations for the season. Juventus has started the season with two wins and no losses in their first three matches, suggesting they are a formidable force.

 

Nonetheless, Capello believes that Juve is still lacking something from their game.

 

“Juve is still a hybrid. This team lacks a bit of personality and a bit of quality. Yesterday, with Pogba and Rabiot on the pitch, we saw something more”. .....

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/capello-insists-juventus-lacking-in-certain-areas/

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Journalist says Allegri would have been blasted if he was Italy coach last night

Luciano Spalletti and Massimiliano Allegri clash after Napoli beat Juventus  - | Juvefc.com

 

 

Italy began Luciano Spalletti’s tenure with a disappointing one-all draw against North Macedonia last night, falling short of fans’ expectations. .......

 

 

Spalletti would have hoped for a better outcome, but his team failed to meet expectations, with North Macedonia pressuring them to defend in the final minutes of the match.

 

Juventus manager Max Allegri often faces criticism for his team’s defensive approach, and the Azzurri adopted a defensive stance after taking the lead.

 

Journalist Fabio Ravezzani was unimpressed and suggested that Allegri would have faced heavy criticism if he were the national team manager based on last night’s performance. .....

 

“Without a doubt, if Italy had played the same match with Allegri as coach, the usual would have arrived tsunami of: see? Even with Macedonia, he scores a goal and puts everyone on defence… And maybe the Macedonian Spalletti would have chased him with his hand outstretched to mock him…”. ......

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/journalist-says-allegri-would-have-been-blasted-if-he-was-italy-coach-last-night/

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Angelo Di Livio criticizes Allegri: “A Juventus coach can’t say that”

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After missing out on Champions League football due to legal troubles, Juventus are hellbent on finishing this season in the Top Four positions.

 

For his part, head coach Max Allegri insists that reaching the next edition of the Champions League is the club’s main objective for the season. .......

 

However, former Juventus star Angelo Di Livio isn’t pleased by Allegri’s modest ambitions.

 

The 57-year-old believes that his old club must always set the Scudetto title as a primary objective.

 

“The Juventus coach can never say that his team won’t fight for the Scudetto, it’s not something he can afford to do,” says the former midfielder.

 

“I believe that Allegri has also received some criticism from many Juventus fans. He has a good team at his disposal and they play once per week with the exception of Coppa Italia fixtures.

 

“This allows him to prepare better for every Serie A match,” explains the former Italy international. .....

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/angelo-di-livio-criticizes-allegri-the-juventus-coach-cant-say-that/

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Massimo Brambati says this is Allegri’s last season at Juventus no matter what happens

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Massimo Brambati has given a bold opinion regarding the future of Max Allegri, asserting that this will be his final season at the helm of Juventus.

 

Allegri, despite his illustrious coaching career, has faced mounting pressure since his return to the club two seasons ago and has yet to secure any silverware during his second stint in Turin.

 

Juventus is eager for him to bring an end to their trophy drought, and the coach is acutely aware that his team cannot finish the current campaign without a trophy.

 

Being Italy’s premier club, Juventus would undoubtedly attract numerous coaches should Allegri be relieved of his duties. The Bianconeri manager is well aware of this fact. However, Brambati insists that Allegri will depart at the conclusion of the season, even if he manages to secure the league title. ......

 

“I was told that he will leave at the end of the season, whatever the outcome. Even if he were to win the Scudetto and the Cup Italy, a meeting is scheduled with the company in which they will agree to end the experience early.” .........

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/massimo-brambati-says-this-is-allegris-last-season-at-juventus-no-matter-what-happens/

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Journalist says Allegri is holding Juventus back

Allegri: Draw against Atalanta 'improves Juventus' self-confidence' -  Football Italia

 

 

Juventus has traditionally been known for its pragmatic style of play, often prioritising results over flashy football. The club’s focus on winning matches and achieving results has been a key factor in their success over the years.

 

However, since Max Allegri’s return to the club, there has been a noticeable shift in their performance, and Juventus has struggled to win trophies consistently. During Allegri’s first spell in Turin, the team enjoyed tremendous success, winning the league title in every campaign under his leadership, accumulating five league titles in total. ........

 

Journalist Luca Calamai said this:

“I wonder how much Allegri is worth in this Juventus team? He can win the Scudetto if he goes back to being the creative, proactive player he was in his first Juventus experience. I see Allegri as very managing, conservative, I don’t see his hand in this team, which in any case is in full Scudetto fight. The leap in quality cannot come from Vlahovic, from Chiesa but from the coach.” .......

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/journalist-says-allegri-is-holding-juventus-back/

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Adani lashes out on Allegri: “Juventus a provincial club, Gianni Agnelli would have never allowed it”

Juventus Only Draw Against Atalanta, Allegri's Statement Makes Tifosi  Emotions

 

 

Following the hollow performance in Bergamo, Juventus coach Max Allegri seemed satisfied with the point earned from the goalless draw against Atalanta.

 

Unsurprisingly, his comments added insult to injury, further enraging a large section of the fanbase who were already irked by the team’s display.

 

For his part, Daniele Adani has been chastising the Juventus manager almost since his return to the club in 2021. ........

 

“Juventus has become small, dear Juve fans. At the moment you are rooting for a small team, but it’s not due to the value of the players,” ......

 

 

“In my opinion, Allegri is the one who is least to blame, he understood everything.

 

“Massimiliano Allegri is the most perfectly positioned person in this country. Because last year, he got everything by offering nothing and now he does even less. He’s getting everything without making any effort.

 

“Why are you [Juve fans] allowing yourselves to be taken as fools? Allegri makes you believe that Juve in Bergamo must stay the entire match in their own half and you believe it.

 

“Juventus now look like a provincial team. Some people have been telling you this for four years, but you attack them when you win 1-0. .......

 

“I have in front of me the effigy of the L’Avvocato Gianni Agnelli who appears in front of me and says: ‘Please, tell the truth, do something for this country, say something.’

 

“Agnelli would never have allowed a draw in Bergamo to be passed off as a good result by choice.”

 

Adani also urged new Juventus technical director Cristiano Giuntoli to start acting.

 

“I would say to Giuntoli: ‘You have been given a five-year mandate, so when does it start?!’

 

“The draw in Bergamo being considered a good result is one of the greatest embarrassments in Juventus history.”

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/adani-lashes-out-on-allegri-juventus-a-provincial-club-gianni-agnelli-wouldnt-have-never-allowed-it/

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Report argues Allegri will leave Juventus at the end of the season: The three clues

Atalanta-Juventus 0-0, Allegri: "Soddisfatto del punto fatto. Classifica?  Pensiamo a stare attaccati"

 

 

Since his return to the club in 2021, Max Allegri hasn’t been able to recapture the magic of his vastly successful first stint in Turin. ........

 

 

But although his deal runs until the summer of 2025, ilBianconero tips Allegri to cut his time short and leave Juventus at the end of the 2023/24 campaign.

 

The report backs its claim by citing three clues.

 

First, the source argues that the manager is unlikely to enter into his final contractual year without at least having a verbal promise of a renewal.

 

Until now, the management is yet to offer any guarantees on this regard, leaving the coach’s long-term future up in the air.

 

The second clue, as the source explains, comes from Allegri’s statements, currently referring to Juventus in third person rather than the term “we”. This detail might suggest that the coach is distancing himself from the club and its hierarchy.

 

Finally, several persons close to Allegri have been talking about a “decisive season” for the coach. This implies that those around him know that this could well be his final year at the helm.

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/report-argues-allegri-will-leave-juventus-at-the-end-of-the-season-the-three-clues/

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Curva Sud support vs Social media chastisement: The Max Allegri paradox

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In recent years, Max Allegri has gradually become the most debated character at Juventus.

 

The Livorno native enjoyed great success in his original tenure at the club between 2014 and 2019. However, his second stint is proving to be less rosy, to say the least.

 

Aside from the results on the pitch, a large section of the fans have been displeased by the uninspiring brand of football displayed by the club. Nowadays, the team tends to leave the initiative to the opponent while adopting a reactive stance.

 

Since last season, Juventus fans on social media have been loudly and vigorously voicing their objection to the manager’s old-fashioned ways, bombarding the club’s social accounts with the #AllegriOut hashtag.

 

But the mood at the Allianz Stadium is strikingly different, especially amidst the return of the Curva Sud Ultras who decided to show up for the Derby della Mole.

 

Throughout the 2-0 win over Torino, the Ultras chanted their support for the Juventus manager, calling him “One of us”. .........

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/curva-sud-support-vs-social-media-chastisement-the-max-allegri-paradox/

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“Without logic,” Journalist slams Allegri despite Juventus win

PRESS ROOM | Comments after Juventus-Torino - Juventus

 

 

Despite securing a 2-0 victory against Torino in their recent match, Juventus did not display their best form, leading to criticism of Max Allegri for what are perceived as fundamental mistakes in his coaching. ..........

 

Nevertheless, Juventus managed to emerge victorious, thanks in part to strong performances from the players available. However, journalist Tony Damascelli contends that Juventus didn’t win because of their excellence but rather due to Torino’s poor performance. .........

 

 

“Allegri won by making the wrong initial choices . Miretti’s idea behind the lone striker Kean was without logic, the result of the parsimonious football of the Livorno player. Capital increases are useless if human capital is then used in such a foolish way. 

 

“The insertion of Milik, immediately in the second half, in place of the twenty-year-old Piedmontese, was the admission of the mistake. […] The boredom, shaken by the two goals of the solid Juventus, was favoured by the absolute poverty of the Chained Bull , the grenade softness is summed up in the only yellow card, Bellanova: once upon a time there was the derby.” ...........

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/without-logic-journalist-slams-allegri-despite-juventus-win/

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Man City boss Pep Guardiola: “Juventus never contacted me, Allegri always wants to win”

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Over the past 15 years, Pep Guardiola has established himself as one of the most successful coaches in the modern era.

 

The Spaniard won a plethora of titles at Barcelona, Bayern Munich and his current club Manchester City, including three Champions League trophies. ..........

 

“Juventus never contacted me,” revealed the Barcelona legend while attending an event at the Cuneo sports hall.

 

“In Italy, you eat very well. I like it a lot and I often come here on holiday.” ..........

 

“Allegri wants to win, as does any coach who prefers tactics. I have never met a manager who doesn’t want to win or who doesn’t want to play well.

 

“There are different ways of seeing football, but in the end everyone plays to win,” concluded Guardiola. .........

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/man-city-boss-pep-guardiola-juventus-never-contacted-me-allegri-always-wants-to-win/

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Paolo De Paola insists Juventus is getting better despite constant criticism

Max Allegri to reject Saudi League offer, set to stay at Juventus |  OneFootball

 

 

Juventus has faced significant criticism, especially in Serie A, where they have been questioned for their perceived lack of progress and playing style.

 

Under the management of Max Allegri, Juventus has gone through two trophyless seasons at the Allianz Stadium, leading to calls for his dismissal, as there has been a perception that the team has not made significant strides forward since his return.

 

Despite these challenges, Juventus has chosen to maintain faith in their manager, believing that it’s only a matter of time before they regain their status as the top team in Serie A. ...........

 

Journalist Paolo De Paola has commented on Juventus’ progress and suggests that the club is indeed making strides toward improvement.

 

“They gave positive signs, they played well, especially in the second half, but frankly, without Chiesa and Vlahovic I don’t think so that he could have done better than what he did. In general, that air of change that can be felt in Juventus continues to be confirmed week after week.” ........

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/paolo-de-paola-insists-juventus-is-getting-better-despite-constant-criticism/

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Conte explains why he changed his formation when coaching Juventus

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Antonio Conte is one of the best managers Juventus has had in the last decade, and he has recently revealed some alterations made during his tenure as the Bianconeri’s head coach.

 

Conte is currently without a managerial position following his tenure with Tottenham and has been linked with a potential return to Juventus. Although he recently declined an offer to become Napoli’s next manager, he remains one of Italy’s top coaches, having secured Serie A titles with both Juventus and Inter Milan. .............

 

“I won at Bari using the 4-2-4 system, then I started that with Juventus too, but then seeing the characteristics of Andrea Pirlo and also Giorgio Chiellini who didn’t feel up to covering the whole left flank, I switched to 4-3-3 and then the three-man defence”. .............

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/conte-explains-why-he-changed-his-formation-when-coaching-juventus/

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Pirlo discusses his relationship with Allegri at Juventus and AC Milan

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Andrea Pirlo, who played alongside Max Allegri at AC Milan and Juventus during his playing career, has shared his experiences of working with the Bianconeri manager. ...............

 

 

“It wasn’t that unusual, even though many things have been said about it. I had two years with Allegri, the first at Milan with my only real serious injury and during that time he had found other options. He thought that I was no longer an important player for that Milan team.

 

“I had a very good year with him at Juventus and that was the icing on the cake to end my time there. I did not want to be a burden on anyone, or to sit out the important games, so I preferred to leave Juve even if I still had a year left on my contract.” ...............

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/pirlo-discusses-his-relationship-with-allegri-at-juventus-and-ac-milan/

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Journalist slams Allegri for his approach against AC Milan

🤣 Massimiliano Allegri Crazy Reaction in the touchline during AC Milan vs  Juventus - YouTube

 

 

In the match against AC Milan yesterday, Juventus brought in Dusan Vlahovic and Federico Chiesa as substitutes, with the expectation that both players would contribute to improving the score. .............

 

 

Interestingly, after their substitutions, the Bianconeri appeared to adopt a more defensive approach to the game. Instead of actively seeking to extend their lead, Allegri seemed more focused on preserving their one-goal advantage, which meant that Chiesa and Vlahovic had to contribute defensively as well.

 

This did not go down well with Paolo De Paola, and the journalist said:

 

“We need to be pragmatic, for Juve this is a very important victory because it allows the team to remain close to the top and It instils confidence. 

 

“Having said that, I think what Allegri did yesterday was a clown, you can’t put Chiesa and Vlahovic on the field and expect the team not to attack, with the two of them it’s clear that they’re looking to double their lead, this short-faced mentality must absolutely be changed , also because the Juventus squad is the highest paid in Serie A as is its coach, I would say that it would be reasonable to expect something better.”.............

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/journalist-slams-allegri-for-his-approach-against-ac-milan/

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Allegri’s pragmatic Juventus is back and (probably) here to stay

You might not like it, but the circumstances mean ugly football is back for Juventus.

 

Massimiliano Allegri, head coach of Juventus FC, reacts...

 

 

Juventus’ scintillating 3-1 win over Lazio happened less than one month ago, although the game that many fans thought would be a tactical harbinger of things to come for Max Allegri’s latest feels like it could’ve occurred more than two months ago. The Old Lady’s tedious 1-0 victory against AC Milan over the weekend at the San Siro — in which the hosts played with 10 men for more than half the game — was an approach much more familiar to last year’s campaign: ugly, pragmatic, wrought with consternation.

 

Against Lazio, there were beautiful cross-field passes from Weston McKennie and Manuel Locatelli that sparked goals, a high-flying Dušan Vlahović, and a buzzing, relentless energy. Against Milan, there was structure, hesitation to throw men forward, and not a whole lot of creativity in the final third.

 

For better or worse, Juventus will likely play the latter hand for the rest of the Serie A campaign. ................

 

Juventus v Torino FC - Serie A TIM

 

Juventus’ midfield consists of Rabiot, Locatelli, McKennie, and Fabio Miretti. There’s definitively not the right ingredients for a double pivot here, and there also seems to me not enough technical and distributive qualities to play a free-flowing, high-press style that many Juventus fans so desire. Or, in fewer words: without Pogba and Fagioli, we don’t have a good enough midfield for pretty football that also wins. ................

 

Even against Milan — Milan with several key players out because of injury, Milan with 10 men for 60 minutes and stoppage time — Juventus could not finish the game with a majority in possession. If you were hoping for a different year than last in terms of style, I’m sorry to be the bearer of bad news.


As he has always done, Allegri is going to approach every game in the way he thinks gives the team the best chance to win three points (or, in some cases, one). Given all the recent circumstances and the veritable maelstrom of off-field chaos the club has faced, I reluctantly find myself agreeing that, perhaps, there might not be a better way to try to eek out a top-four finish. ................

 

The time has come (again) to embrace the ugly, because at this juncture it might be the best chance we have of securing a top-four finish and, piece by piece, reconstructing a roster that can win in more aesthetically pleasing ways.

 

Read more -> https://www.blackwhitereadallover.com/2023/10/26/23931945/juventus-max-allegri-tactics-midfield-2023-serie-a-team-management-analysis-opinion

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Timothy Weah becomes the latest Juve player to be sidelined due to injury

Juventus v Hellas Verona FC - Serie A TIM

 

 

At a time in which the depth on Juventus’ roster is already being tested for multiple reasons, the last thing Max Allegri needed to see happen was another one of his players suddenly set to miss game time because of an injury.

 

The start of a new work week brought us the news that one half of Juventus’ American contingent is set to miss some time due to a muscle injury he picked up during Saturday’s win over Hellas Verona. That American is Timothy Weah, who is set to miss an undefined amount of time with a low-grade thigh injury, it was announced Monday. While Juventus have not laid out an amount of time that Weah will be out for, many in the Italian media believe that this new muscle injury will likely keep him out until at least the international break, which means he will miss the first two games of November against Fiorentina and Cagliari. ...............

 

Without Weah for the next couple of weeks in all likelihood, Allegri now has the dilemma of what to do with his starting lineup.

  • Does he shift McKennie back out wide on the right and have one of his few remaining midfielders, Fabio Miretti, step into the lineup?
  • Or does he take one of his few fullbacks/wingbacks in Andrea Cambiaso and play him in a much more unnatural spot on the right wing?

Considering McKennie has been very good in his handful of starts as a wingback this season, bringing Miretti into the starting lineup probably seems like the more logical option. But the fact that starting Miretti would leave the only Hans Nicolussi Caviglia as the only senior midfielder on the bench, it might not be as simple of a decision as you might think. ...............

 

Read more -> https://www.blackwhitereadallover.com/2023/10/31/23939960/official-timothy-weah-injury-juventus-usmnt-2023-serie-a-team-news-max-allegri

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Journalist compares Allegri to Trapattoni and gives his reason

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Juventus manager Max Allegri has drawn comparisons to Giovanni Trapattoni for his ability to make the most of the resources he has in Turin to achieve the desired results. ................

 

Journalist Ivan Zazzaroni compares him to Trapattoni and said:

 

 

“Considered a sort of Trapattoni of the Third Millennium, Allegri has the flaw of only thinking about scoring points with the resources at his disposal: when he worked with Buffon, Ronaldo, Chiellini, Bonucci, Marchisio, Mandzukic, Dani Alves and Higuaìn, he struggled much less; with Alex Sandro, Miretti, Locatelli, Gatti, Weah and Kostic, he is condemned to overcome natural laziness.”

 

Adding: “He lost Di Maria, Cuadrado, Pogba, Fagioli, Soulé, Bonucci and I also add Barrenechea – Weah and Cambiaso the entrances. Also unchanged the September formula: if Max places fifth he has failed; if fourth, he has done his thing; third and he did well, second very well. First, saint immediately.” ................

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/journalist-compares-allegri-to-trapattoni-and-gives-his-reason/

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Juventus Boss Allegri Not Enthused over January Targets

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While the Juventus management is hard at work to find a new midfielder, coach Massimiliano Allegri isn’t so eager to bring in new players despite losing Paul Pogba and Nicolò Fagioli. They are after two Premier League options in particular, Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg and Kalvin Phillips.

 

The Bianconeri would need to empty their coffers to acquire the Dane. Instead, the Manchester City outcast is gettable on loan. Their directors haven’t accelerated for either after a trip to England. ...............

 

Allegri won’t put pressure on the Juventus brass for an acquisition. ...............

 

While there’s some logic with his reported stance, they are one injury away from fielding very unproven players. His reservations might also come from the lack of Serie A experience of their primary targets. It’s hard to imagine he wouldn’t sign off on acquiring Rodrigo De Paul, for instance.

 

Read more -> https://cultofcalcio.com/juventus-boss-allegri-not-enthused-over-january-targets/

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Max Allegri being considered for the England job after Euro 2024

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Max Allegri has been a prominent figure in European football management for the past decade. Since his return to Juventus in 2021, however, he has faced challenges in making a significant impact or securing additional trophies for the club.

 

Juventus is actively working to change this narrative in the current season, aiming to end the trophy drought under Allegri’s leadership. Interestingly, rumours suggest that Allegri is being considered a potential manager for the England national team.

 

If England does not perform well at Euro 2024, there’s speculation that Gareth Southgate might leave his role as the team’s manager. In such a scenario, England has reportedly compiled a list of potential candidates to replace Southgate, including Allegri. ............

 

Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/max-allegri-being-considered-for-the-england-job-after-euro-2024/

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