Allegri: ‘Juventus have done a good job this season’

by | May 21, 2022 19:19

Max Allegri insists Juventus ‘did a good job’ this season, even though they are empty-handed. ‘It’s inevitable that run has to end at some point.’

The final match of the campaign is against Fiorentina at the Stadio Franchi at 19.45 UK time (18.45 GMT).

You can follow all the build-up and action as it happens from that game, Atalanta-Empoli and Lazio-Verona on the LIVEBLOG.

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“Our season has already concluded, but it’s a fiery atmosphere, Fiorentina still have the chance to qualify for the Conference League,” Allegri told Sky Sport Italia.

“We want to play well, enjoy our football and get a good result, because nobody likes to be embarrassed.”

It is a reshuffled defence with Matthijs de Ligt, Leonardo Bonucci and departing Giorgio Chiellini all together.

“I brought everyone along, but Alvaro Morata has a problem with his tooth and can’t play. Vlahovic and Cuadrado aren’t in great shape, so with everyone else out, I had to use De Ligt as a full-back.”

This is the first season that Juventus have ended empty-handed since the 2010-11 campaign, losing the Coppa Italia and Supercoppa Italiana Finals, both to Inter.

“I think we’ve done a good job this season. We didn’t win the Scudetto, but we knew that was going to be incredibly difficult,” added Allegri.

“The club coming off 10 years of victories, it’s inevitable that run has to end at some point. The main objective was always that Juventus have to qualify for the Champions League and we achieved that. For example, Inter and Milan were out for many years, so it’s not to be taken for granted.”

There are multiple reports in the media today that Paul Pogba has accepted a return to Juventus as a free agent from Manchester United, with Angel Di Maria also set to arrive from PSG.

“Naturally, people in the media are saying all sorts of things about the transfer market. Now we’ve got time once this game is over to sort the team out.”


  1. Brian

    Says who ?

  2. Rob



  3. italboy

    Allegri doing his usual spin ,trying to make real bad season sound good.
    Everyone knows this is the worst season for years. Luck to be in champions and still have a job. I can not see a next season being any better with his negative tactics. I will pray for a miracle but even that would not be enough to improve the way Allegri


    CALMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. Put some respect on a 5 time Scudetto winner with no competition and a ready built team. Also a 2 time winner of the runners up CL finals not too long ago. Medieval Max returned the soul and grinta to this club. 9 teams scored more goals. A whopping 37 goals conceded. Out of the title race in round 4, zero titles (1st in 10 years) and Chiesa ruined. No wins against the top 3, 4/4 matches with Inter and zero games won. Next season is the dawn of a new slower ball. Anchored by the Dutch Phil Jones, Eat More Pasta and Tik Tok megastars, another glorious 4th place tripleta awaits. The pantyhose fan girls are already salivating at the Pogback. He will do nothing combined with Loca and Tik Tok McKennie and Rabiot this is light years away from the best.

  5. martinn

    Insanity. agnelli and allegri want us to be the italian arsenal the last years under wenger. happy with top 4 and champion`s league humiliation.

  6. Mahsoud

    I wish the best transfers for allegri fangirls, I pray they will get all those nearly expired and pensioners their master wants. and then they will see that even with that, they will still get humiliated next season. just like this season, logical fan will always have the last laugh.

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