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Saturday July 20 2019
Allegri: ‘Luck matters in football’

Massimiliano Allegri emphasises the importance of luck in football, as he takes a sabbatical year following the end of his Juventus reign.

The Tuscan parted ways with the Bianconeri at the end of last season, having won five Scudetti in a row and also delivered three Coppe Italia and reached the Champions League final twice.

He’ll now take a year off before returning to the bench, and is spending time in his hometown of Livorno.

“Before dissolving things with Juventus, I came home for three days,” Allegri explained to LivornoSera.it.

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Thursday June 13 2019
Allegri: 'I'm taking a year off'

Max Allegri has confirmed he will “take a year off to recharge the batteries and take my personal life back in hand” after the Juventus dismissal.

The tactician was speaking at an event on leadership in Milan this evening when he answered a question on his future.

“I am going to take a year off to recharge the batteries and take my personal life back in hand, rediscover after many years the affection of my family, children and friends.

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Sunday May 26 2019
Allegri's ever-changing Juventus XI

Max Allegri is set to achieve a remarkable record today, as he’ll use his 38th different Juventus starting XI in 38 Serie A games.

The final trip to Sampdoria kicks off at 17.00 UK time (16.00 GMT), click here for a match preview.

The tactician has embraced the idea of squad rotation this season more than ever and will end the campaign having not repeated his choices once.

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Sunday May 19 2019
Allegri: 'I don't want a year off'

Max Allegri revealed when he was told that his Juventus career was over. “I will only take a year off if I have to, but the plan is to find a project that convinces me.”

Today’s 1-1 draw with Atalanta was the final home game of the season and saw the Bianconeri presented with the Serie A trophy.

The club announced on Friday afternoon that he would not remain on the bench next season, even though his contract ran until June 2020.

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NEWS
Sunday May 19 2019
Allegri to Spurs or Bayern?

Max Allegri is being linked with the Tottenham Hotspur bench – in an exchange with Mauricio Pochettino to Juventus – and Bayern Munich job.

It was announced on Friday that the tactician would not be seeing out the final season of his contract in Turin, as Juve decided to go in a different direction.

There are now mixed reports on his next destination, but despite interest from Roma, it seems unlikely he’d remain in Serie A after five consecutive Scudetto trophies.

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Sunday May 19 2019
Roma ask after Allegri?

Max Allegri has emerged as a surprise candidate for the Roma bench, as President James Pallotta has reportedly asked after the Juventus Coach.

According to both Il Messaggero and the Corriere dello Sport, Allegri is the hot name on the list of potential candidates to take over at the Stadio Olimpico this summer.

Allegri will be a free agent, as he agreed to terminate his Juventus contract by mutual consent on Friday.

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Sunday May 19 2019
Underappreciated Allegri

Max Allegri arrived under a hail of abuse and leaves with some fans celebrating, but Emmet Gates feels Juventus owe the Coach a debt of gratitude.

It will take the passing of time to fully analyse and appreciate the true measure of the Max Allegri era, to comprehend what he brought to the club during his five-year stint.

Let’s start with the statistics: five consecutive Scudetti, four consecutive Coppa Italias, four consecutive domestic doubles, two Champions League finals and two Italian Supercups. That’s 11 trophies in total, which puts him third in the pantheon of Juve managers, behind Giovanni Trapattoni and Marcello Lippi. If basing it on one spell, he would be second behind Trap.

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Saturday May 18 2019
ADL: 'Sarri to Juve not surprising'

Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis “would not be surprised” if Maurizio Sarri joined Juventus. “Nothing surprises me after Gonzalo Higuain…”

The reports are spreading fast through several newspapers and Sportitalia that Chelsea manager Sarri has been contacted to replace Max Allegri next season.

Sportmediaset asked De Laurentiis today if he could see the ex-Napoli Coach going to take over their main rivals.

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Saturday May 18 2019
Could Juventus appoint Zidane?

Zinedine Zidane might not be out of the running for the Juventus job after losing his temper in a Real Madrid Press conference. “I decide here or I’m leaving.”

It was announced on Friday that Max Allegri would not be on the Juve bench next season and he held a joint Press conference with President Andrea Agnelli today.

Zidane had been linked with the role several months ago, before accepting a return to Madrid in March, signing a contract to June 2022.

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Saturday May 18 2019
Allegri: 'Winners are better!'

Max Allegri used his farewell Juventus Press conference to hit out at critics. “Those who win regularly are better than the others, that’s all there is to it. I’d like to give an example…”

It was announced on Friday that Allegri would not be on the Juve bench next season and he held a joint Press conference with President Andrea Agnelli.

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