Allegri’s Juventus future: three reasons why the Bianconeri should/shouldn’t sack their boss

epa10162165 Juventus' head coach Massimiliano Allegri attends a press conference at the Parc des Princes stadium in Paris, France, 05 September 2022. Juventus will play PSG on 06 September 2022 in their UEFA Champions League group H soccer match. EPA-EFE/YOAN VALAT

Lorenzo Bettoni and Apollo Heyes analyse Massimiliano Allegri’s situation at Juventus with different opinions on what the Bianconeri should do with their under-fire boss.

The Serie A giants have had a terrible start to the season with just two wins in nine games across all competitions this season.

They suffered back-to-back defeats against Benfica in the Champions League and Monza in Serie A, slipping seven points behind table leaders Napoli and Atalanta and six below Benfica and PSG in the Champions League Group H.

Apollo explains why the Bianconeri should sack the Tuscan tactician before it’s too late: “Whilst it’s incredibly easy to point the finger of blame to the coach, it’s also true that Allegri has looked more like Brachiosaurus than Tyrannosaurus rex, and now seems like the right time to say goodbye to the 55-year-old Italian.”

Lorenzo, on the other hand, believes the Bianconeri should stick to their coach, giving him one more chance to turn things around, mainly because he hasn’t been able to work with the full squad due to the many injuries suffered by Juventus stars in the first part of the campaign.

Click here to read why Juventus should sack Allegri and here for the arguments in defence of the Old Lady’s boss.

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7 Comments on “Allegri’s Juventus future: three reasons why the Bianconeri should/shouldn’t sack their boss”

  1. PhD plonker is not the main culprit. Blame the borderline illiterates above him for going back into the well of all things slow. The old zombie will not get Tuchel or Zidane. They are serious people who will not ruin their reputations even if they could find the money. Look at Cafu Danilo. A brick layer at Real and City, but picked up by the 7/9 and is now a main leader in the dressing room. Sums it up.

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