In difficulty at the start of the season, Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri said he was “amused” on Saturday by the hypothesis of his dismissal.
Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri, who is having a disastrous start to the season, said he was “amused” by the hypothesis of his dismissal that some of the club’s supporters are demanding.
“I’m happy that we’re talking about the dismissal of Allegri again, I had missed it a lot, I missed it because it amuses me”, ironically the technician during a press conference in Turin before the displacement of the bianconeri at Monza on Sunday.
“Everyone makes mistakes, me first, I certainly make more than the others, but right now we need lucidity,” he added. Weighed down by injuries, Juventus are in 8th place only in Serie A and have lost their first two matches in the Champions League.
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“It is normal that we judge my work and that of the staff in the light of the results, but I am confident and serene”, also indicated Allegri, who led Juve to five Serie A titles between 2015 and 2019.
For the trip to Monza, the bottom of Serie A who has just sacked his coach, Angel Di Maria, who has returned from injury, will start. Remain unavailable Pogba, Alex Sandro, Locatelli, and Rabiot.