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Monday November 12 2018
Matuidi: “I need a holiday!”

Juventus midfielder Blaise Matuidi admits “I’d gladly take a week’s holiday by the sea” but "it's not possible" right now.

The 31-year-old helped France to win the World Cup in the summer, and he’s already played 16 games for the Bianconeri this season.

Now he will join up with Les Bleus for the international break, leaving very little time to recharge his batteries.

“I’d gladly take a week’s holiday by the sea, if only I could,” Matuidi admitted in an interview with La Repubblica.

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Monday November 12 2018
Chiellini: ‘Country over club’

Juventus and Italy captain Giorgio Chiellini admits playing for the latter means even more “because you’re representing your nation”.

The centre-back will win his 100th cap if he plays against Portugal or the U.S.A, only the seventh man in history ever to achieve that feat.

“It’s an honour, beyond any dream you could have as a child,” Chiellini confirmed to Sky.

“You dream of being a football, of playing in Serie A and for the national team, but getting 100 caps is something else.

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Monday November 12 2018
Conte: 'Never say never' to Serie A

Antonio Conte will ‘never say never’ to coaching in Serie A again and claims he was not a good fit for Real Madrid.

Conte witnessed Max Allegri defend the Panchina d’Oro award at Coverciano on Monday, and the former Juventus, Chelsea and Italy Coach spoke after the ceremony to Calciomercato.com.

“Do I see myself in an important dugout soon? I see myself at home today,” revealed the 49-year-old.

“I’m recharging my batteries at the moment, watching a few games and following some of my colleagues.

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Monday November 12 2018
Allegri defends Panchina d'Oro

Max Allegri affirms ‘I hope to stay at Juventus for a long time’ after winning the Panchina d’Oro award for best Italian Coach of 2018.

Allegri beat off competition from Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri and Lazio’s Simone Inzaghi, who finished third and fourth respectively, while he becomes the Coach with the most Panchina d’Oro victories on four.

“Like I always say, the less damage we do the better,” he said upon receiving the accolade at Coverciano, which was his second in succession.

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Monday November 12 2018
Ancelotti: ‘Too many insults’

Napoli Coach Carlo Ancelotti reiterates his beliefs about the atmosphere in Italian football - “abroad it’s unlikely you’ll be insulted, in England it’s impossible”.

The three-time Champions League winner said last week that there are too many insults in the stadiums, and he expanded on that at the FIGC’s symposium today.

“The thing that’s most lacking abroad is definitely the tactical aspect,” Ancelotti said.

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Monday November 12 2018
Szczesny: ‘Higuain always kicks like that’

Juventus' Wojciech Szczesny knew exactly where Milan’s Gonzalo Higuain would put his penalty - “last year, as second goalkeeper, I always trained with him”.

The Polish international saved Pipita’s spot kick last night, diving low his right to push it onto the post.

“I know him, because he was one of the penalty takers last year,” Szczesny told JTV.

“Last year, as second goalkeeper, I always trained with him on penalties and of course we’d studied them.

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Monday November 12 2018
Conte: ‘A Coach is a tailor’

Antonio Conte believes “every Coach must be a very good tailor”, and explains English football has a “beautiful” atmosphere with fewer insults.

The former Chelsea, Juventus and Italy boss was among the tacticians speaking at the FIGC’s symposium today, and he outlined his philosophy.

“Every Coach must be a very good tailor and adapt his beliefs to the human material he has available,” Conte explained.

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Monday November 12 2018
Allegri: ‘Italian teams more tactical’

Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri believes foreign teams “are not yet at our level” tactically, but play with more freedom.

The Panchina d’Or for the best tactician of last season will be awarded today, and ahead of that the FIGC is hosting a symposium for some of Italy’s best Coaches.

Fabio Capello, Antonio Conte and Carlo Ancelotti were in attendance, as was the Juve boss.

“In the Champions League many teams have improved tactically but they are not yet at our level,” Allegri said.

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Monday November 12 2018
Higuain: ‘It won’t happen again’

Gonzalo Higuain assures Milan fans “I’ll do everything possible” not to repeat his sending off against Juventus last night.

The striker was booked for a foul on Medhi Benatia, and utterly lost his head, being shown a second yellow for screaming in Paolo Mazzoleni’s face.

“I want to apologise to everyone for my behaviour on the pitch yesterday,” Higuain wrote on Instagram.

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Monday November 12 2018

Gasperini: ‘Atalanta tough for everyone’

Gian Piero Gasperini believes “it’s difficult for anyone” to face his Atalanta side in Bergamo.

The Orobici thrashed Inter 4-1 yesterday, a shock result after Luciano Spalletti’s side had won seven in a row.

“We have a special attentiveness when the big teams come to Bergamo,” Gasperini confirmed on Radio Anch’io Sport.

“It’s difficult for anyone against us at home. It’s a very difficult and very balanced league, the table is very tight.

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