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Wednesday January 17 2018
'Allegri fit Juventus profile'

Beppe Marotta explained how Juventus went about replacing Antonio Conte with Max Allegri when pre-season training had already begun.

Conte had just won back-to-back Serie A titles when he decided to walk away in the summer of 2014 in a dispute over transfer strategy.

“It was a pretty difficult moment for us, because we terminated the contract with Conte by mutual consent in the second day of pre-season training,” director Marotta told Sky Sport Italia.

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Sunday January 14 2018
Cassano: 'I wouldn't join Napoli'

Antonio Cassano “wouldn’t want to be trained” by Maurizio Sarri at Napoli, insisting Paulo Dybala and Philippe Coutinho “are not champions.”

Fantantonio is looking for a way back into the football world after going into semi-retirement, but has lost none of his biting wit.

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Sunday January 14 2018
Capello: ‘Juve have mental edge’

Fabio Capello believes Juventus’ ‘winning habit and mentality’ make them favourites to win the Scudetto again.

The Old Lady are a point and a place behind Serie A leaders Napoli as they go in search of a seventh straight League title.

But despite acknowledging the ‘danger’ posed by Maurizio Sarri’s Partenopei, Capello is tipping his former club to win through.

“Napoli, with no more Champions League, are dangerous,” the former Real Madrid and England boss told Tuttosport.

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Friday January 12 2018
Atalanta: 'Juventus like Cristante'

Atalanta CEO Luca Percassi confirms Juventus Coach Max Allegri “likes Bryan Cristante, but we haven’t received Liverpool offers for Papu Gomez.”

The Orobici impressed over the past 18 months, finishing fourth in Serie A, while this season they have won their Europa League group and reached the Coppa Italia semi-finals, where they’ll face Juve.

Percassi spoke to Tuttosport and was asked about reports Inter, Roma and Juve were targeting midfielder Cristante.

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Friday January 12 2018
Zidane on Juventus wish-list?

Zinedine Zidane, Simone Inzaghi and Roberto Mancini are all candidates for Juventus should Max Allegri move on next season.

There have been multiple reports that Antonio Conte is ready to quit Chelsea and return to Italy in the summer, with Allegri being a prime contender to replace him.

Allegri has also been linked with the roles at Paris Saint-Germain, Arsenal and even Real Madrid, so Juve have to consider their own options for the future.

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Saturday January 6 2018
Allegri: 'Cagliari deserved more'

Max Allegri admits Cagliari “didn’t deserve to lose, but people have to accept the referee’s decision” after a controversial Juventus victory.

The Bianconeri remain within a point of leaders Napoli and extend their lead from third-placed Inter to eight points thanks to a Federico Bernardeschi tap-in.

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Wednesday January 3 2018
Allegri: 'Objectives are clear'

Max Allegri ignored VAR questions after the 2-0 victory over Torino, but made it clear their “objective” is to retain the Coppa Italia.

“We reached the Semi-Final for the fourth year running and the lads took the right approach to this game,” said the Coach in his Press conference.

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Sunday December 31 2017
Allegri: ‘A year of satisfaction’

Juventus boss Max Allegri describes 2017 as a year full of satisfaction for his side.

The Old Lady signed off the calendar year with a 3-1 victory over relegation-threatened Verona yesterday, with Paulo Dybala scoring twice.

And Allegri has taken to social media to reflect upon a 12-month period that has seen the Bianconeri win a sixth-straight Scudetto, clinch a third consecutive Coppa Italia and reach the final of the Champions League.

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Saturday December 30 2017
Allegri: 'Not a good Juve game'

Max Allegri gave Paulo Dybala advice after his brace against Verona, but “we all know it was not a good Juventus performance.”

Blaise Matuidi had given them the lead at the Bentegodi after just six minutes, but Martin Caceres equalised from distance and Dybala then scored twice in five minutes for the 3-1 result.

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Saturday December 23 2017
Juve sail through Scudetto challenges

On paper it seemed as if this month would be a minefield, but Adam Digby saw the Bianconeri squeeze the life out of their title rivals.

When the Serie A fixture list was revealed back in the summer, Juventus supporters were rightly concerned about their run of games during December. As the 2017-18 campaign got underway, their fears about facing Napoli, Inter and Roma during the final month of the year grew greater still, the three clubs emerging as genuine threats to the Old Lady’s dominance of Italian football.

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