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Unhappy John Elkann calls Allegri and the manager’s future is now in doubt

May 25, 2023 - 8:44 am

Juventus manager Max Allegri could be on the brink of the sack after he was called by John Elkann earlier in the week.

This has been a few turbulent weeks for the Bianconeri after they crashed out of the Europa League and were docked ten league points.

Allegri was one of the club’s most successful managers during his first spell, however, his return has been a disaster and he is bound to the Bianconeri by a lengthy contract.

Conflicting reports have been spreading in the media about his future, with some claiming he will remain at the helm regardless, while others claim he will be sacked.

Football Italia reveals an unimpressed Elkann called up the gaffer on Tuesday and the call leaves Allegri on the brink.

Elkann is clearly unhappy with how things have gone at the club lately and will likely look for a new manager in the summer.

Juve FC Says

Allegri should have been sacked long ago because his team showed signs of not being aligned with him for quite a while.

However, the club decided to care about it less than it should and now we are paying the price with an unhappy fanbase, owner and players.

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    Reply JohnG May 25, 2023 at 11:24 am

    Wait a minute! How many comments have been made by fans, and people who are supportive of Juventus over the past 8 months to get rid of this guy as a coach, and yet you have always been about let’s give the outclassed, out coached, out of touch, out managed gaffer a chance! Now you want to finally stop being a spokesperson for Agnelli and that corrupt and out of touch board and say let’s get rid of Allegri? Well, this supporter of Juve thinks it’s 24 months too late. Lesson to be learned, be objective when posting opinions!

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      Reply Ringo May 30, 2023 at 5:22 am

      Totally agrre with John..posting unknowingly backfires…the guy who posts this is the one who says “Allegri would be fine soon…give him a chance..and so on and so on”

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    Reply frankie May 25, 2023 at 11:52 am

    JohnG – I totally agree. Some of the opinions on this site a very contradictory. Comments like ‘the gaffer has done well this year’, ‘Allegri is a top coach’, etc. have been recycled many times in these articles. Everyone who knows football could see it was a mistake after round 3 last season to bring Allegri back.

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    Reply Uncle Petter May 25, 2023 at 12:39 pm

    “Allegri should have been sacked long ago because his team showed signs of not being aligned with him for quite a while.”
    Welcome to the club man but don`t you say that the gaffer could do good job for us next season when he grunts out a 1-0 away victory against a Udinese with nothing to play for.

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    Reply JT May 25, 2023 at 8:48 pm

    I give Allegri credit. Despite all that has happened this year, without the points penalty we are not in a bad spot. I thought he was the issue, but most of the players have no passion. Now, Juve is at a crucial pivot. A new progressive coach along with a sporting director can herald a new era for the team. I feel the change is necessary to rebuild an identity that can have lasting impacts. I just hope we can win the last couple games so I can leave the season on a positive note.

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