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Juventus has already decided the future of Allegri

September 20, 2022 - 8:15 am

Juventus has deliberated on the future of their embattled manager, Max Allegri.

Most of the club’s fans are now calling for his sacking after his team lost its fear factor and they could kick the Italian gaffer out.

In another club, Allegri could have been sacked long before now and it is surprising that he still has a job to do.

A new report on Calciomercato has opened up on the club’s internal decision-making and claims the Bianconeri executives have discussed firing or keeping the former AC Milan man.

They concluded he has to remain their manager for now despite the discontent from its fans.

The report claims one reason for that is the money it would cost to sack him.

Also, the Bianconeri do not believe there is a manager who can replace him, achieve a top-four finish and reach the next round of the UCL.

Juve FC Says

Replacing a manager after just nine games is not the hardest thing in the world and Juventus should be able to achieve that with minimal effort.

The Bianconeri seem to be making excuses because of the money involved as well as the fact they are tired of changing managers every other term.

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    Hamed Mahsoud September 20, 2022 at 8:58 am

    “…Also, the Bianconeri do not believe there is a manager who can replace him”

    Really? If this is their mindset, please don’t get qualified for any UEFA tournaments next season. Please just go and compete in Serie B.

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    martinn September 20, 2022 at 9:36 am

    they know there is they want it to blow over and be happy with fourth. corporate strategy. allegri didn`t think the players would react to him throwing them under the bus every week. he is poison

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    JuveFella September 20, 2022 at 11:00 am


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      Abe September 21, 2022 at 6:56 am

      Allegri has never truly achieved anything in Juve. 2014-2019 was already a winning team developed and nurtured by Conte. He just took all the credit. Knowing how difficult to sack him due to high salary contract, to the very least Juve should consider breaking apart Allegri coaching staffs and put him out of comfort zone. Heck we bargaining so much on dybala contract yet we give it all to a coach who can’t coach.

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    Maxwell September 20, 2022 at 4:28 pm


    Im going to fkn boycott till they sack this piece of sht ALLEGRI

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    Adam September 20, 2022 at 8:23 pm

    embarrassing. Zidane wouldn’t make the team better?

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    Timothy September 20, 2022 at 8:45 pm

    Thomas Tuchel is the best substitute for Allegri
    at present.