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Luigi Delneri backs Allegri to turnaround Juventus like in 2015/2016 season

September 22, 2022 - 10:15 pm

Former Juventus manager, Luigi Delneri, has urged the Bianconeri to keep faith in Max Allegri because he will come good for them.

Juve has been in poor form this term, which has made their manager’s future uncertain.

Allegri won five consecutive league titles, among other trophies, during his first spell as the club’s manager.

They expected him to remain that good when he was made the team’s manager again last season.

However, the last campaign ended without a trophy, and this one could be similarly poor for Juve.

Allegri knows his team needs to do better, but time is running out, and it will be surprising if Juve is not already sounding out replacements.

But Delneri believes he is the man for the job. He said, as quoted by Tuttomercatoweb:

“It is normal, when the results do not arrive the first to be put on trial is the coach. Massimiliano, however, is not a beginner and knows the environment very well. He is pragmatic, successful, in Europe he did well. . He will be able to find suitable countermeasures to overcome this period in a great way, a bit like he did with that championship he won in 2015/16. No one, after the defeat against Sassuolo, would have bet on him.”

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Allegri has not achieved success since he returned to the club, and it seems the decision to bring him back was a poor one.

If the team keeps underperforming, it would be hard to make a case for him to stay as its manager.

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    Reply frankie September 23, 2022 at 1:59 am

    For goodness sake, people like Pjianic and Del Neri – just shut the hell up and stop defending this dinosaur. The entire fanbase wants him out. There are flaws in everything he is doing (or not doing) at the moment, including playing washed up players (Sandro, De Sciglio, Bonucci and Cuadrado), not developing the young players (in fact, no player has improved under Allegri since he took over), serious injury concerns due to poor training and recovery methods of his team, terrible substitutions during games and arrogant and deflating press conferences where he throws players under the bus and never takes specific responsibility for any failure. Enough. #AllegriOut!!!!!

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      Reply Daniel Cortes September 23, 2022 at 2:06 am

      Well said FRANKIE, I think that Juventus did well in the last transfer market. Juventus need to keep looking for some new players and a coach like Conte or Zidane will put this team where it should be on the top of Italy and be one of the 4 best teams in Europe, hopefully next season.

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        Reply frankie September 23, 2022 at 11:26 am

        True Daniel, the winter and summer markets were good, however it’s almost all a waste as he is stopping the club from truly building something great. I’m starting to think it may well be Deschamps who manages Juve once the world cup is over and Zidane takes over the France team. Anyone’s better than Allegri!

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    Reply martinn September 23, 2022 at 10:11 am

    #Allegriout or we are finished

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