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Monday August 3 2020
Inter: Conte out, Allegri or Pochettino in?

Reports are growing rapidly that Antonio Conte’s furious outburst has created an irreparable split at Inter, with Max Allegri or Mauricio Pochettino the alternative options.

Conte should’ve been celebrating the 2-0 victory away to Atalanta on Saturday evening, which secured second place on 82 points, equalling the 2009-10 tally under Jose Mourinho.

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Sunday August 2 2020
Mediaset: Allegri alternative to Conte at Inter?

Following Antonio Conte’s furious tirade against ‘weak’ Inter for ‘giving zero protection’ to players or coach, Sport Mediaset report Max Allegri is next in line.

The Nerazzurri finished second in his debut Serie A season, just one point shy of Scudetto winners Juventus.

However, Conte was raging in last night’s post-match interviews, complaining the club gave “zero protection” to him or his players from criticism.

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Sunday July 26 2020
Italian coaches dominate for a decade

For the first time in Serie A history, the Scudetto has been won by an Italian coach for 10 consecutive seasons.

The last foreign coach to lift the trophy in the Peninsula was Jose Mourinho during the Treble campaign of 2009-10.

He was followed by Max Allegri at Milan in 2010-11, then the Juventus streak took hold from 2011-12.

Antonio Conte was at the helm for Scudetto celebrations in 2012, 2013 and 2014.

Allegri then picked up where he left off, becoming the first coach to win five consecutive Serie A titles from 2015 to 2019.

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Saturday July 18 2020
Not much Sarri in this Juventus

Maurizio Sarri has failed to make Juventus more than the sum of their parts, writes Owen Diana, but the Champions League could save him.

When Maurizio Sarri arrived at Juventus last summer, it marked the end of an unconventional climb to the top of the coaching pyramid. By hiring the former banker, Italy’s most powerful club hoped that they could finally reach the summit of the Champions League, a tournament that had tormented them for decades. When the Champions League resumes in August, Sarri will have the chance to lead The Old Lady to an elusive third title.

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Saturday July 11 2020
Reports: Inter could turn to Allegri

Reports this morning claim Inter are ready to turn to Max Allegri if they part with Antonio Conte at the end of the season.

Inter are all-but-assured of a Champions League place, but their title challenge has crumbled in recent weeks, dropping points against Sassuolo, Bologna and Verona.

Now, SportMediaset and Tuttosport warns Conte could walk out on the club if he is not sufficiently backed in the transfer market this summer.

With Allegri still out of work and available for hire, he is considered the strong favourite to replace the 50-year-old.

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Monday July 6 2020
Allegri ready 'to compete' again

Former Juventus and Milan coach Max Allegri has ‘recharged’ and looks for a new project ‘to compete and win’.

The six time Scudetto winner has finished his sabbatical and revealed ‘it’s not important where’ he ends up next.

“I have rested, recharged my batteries and stayed with my family in Livorno,” he told Marca.

“It’s not important where, I’m looking for a club that wants to share a project and have the ambitions to compete and win.”

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Tuesday June 30 2020
Allegri no longer tied to Juve

Max Allegri is free to return to football after his Juventus contract officially expired today.

Allegri left Juve last summer, making way for Maurizio Sarri, but still had one year left on his deal with the club.

Now, the 52-year-old is no longer bound to the Bianconeri, who in turn have been relieved of his €7m salary.

That means he is free to talk to other clubs, without the need to negotiate a severance package.

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Saturday June 20 2020
Cobolli Gigli: 'Sarri's Juve unacceptable'

Former Juventus President Giovanni Cobolli Gigli blasted coach Maurizio Sarri after the Coppa Italia defeat. ‘It’s unacceptable the team still doesn’t have an identity.’

The Bianconeri are one point clear at the top of the Serie A table, but lost the Italian Supercoppa to Lazio and Coppa Italia Final to Napoli.

“They had a good performance against Inter three months ago, but with both Milan and Napoli there was lots of possession and few shots on goal,” Cobolli Gigli told Radio Sportiva.

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Friday June 19 2020
ADL: 'I called Allegri first'

President Aurelio De Laurentiis has revealed he contacted Max Allegri before he appointed Gennaro Gattuso and believes Napoli can advance in the Champions League.

After a difficult start to the campaign, Gattuso was appointed as Carlo Ancelotti’s successor in December and has slowly helped revitalise the Partenopei.

On Wednesday, the coach picked up his first trophy in the Coppa Italia Final against Juventus but the President has revealed that he had initially contacted the former Bianconeri coach Allegri about the job.

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Sunday June 14 2020
Chiellini: 'Guardiola, Conte and Allegri special'

Juventus captain Giorgio Chiellini confesses he’d love to work with Pep Guardiola, learned so much from Max Allegri and Antonio Conte, relishing battles with Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

He spoke to Martina Colombari, the wife of ex-Milan defender Billy Costacurta, on an Instagram Live chat. You can read the rest of his comments here.

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