Massimiliano Allegri was so furious after Juventus’ 1-1 draw against Milan that he left the pitch swearing and yelling at his players.
The Old Lady picked up a draw against the Rossoneri last night, so, for the first time in 60 years, they are without a win in the first four Serie A games.
Allegri was unhappy with his players’ attitude and didn’t hide his disappointment, neither leaving the pitch nor during his post-match interviews.
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A video that is becoming viral on social media shows the moment Allegri stormed off the pitch, swearing in Italian and allegedly saying: “They even want to play for Juventus”. A few media outlets in Italy suggest the coach said: “You are playing for Juventus,” but it doesn’t change the fact that Allegri was clearly upset with his men.
In his post-match press conference, Allegri urged his players to understand that the Juventus jersey is ‘heavier’ than the ones of other clubs and during his interview with DAZN, he said young players, including Federico Chiesa, must understand what it means to play for the Bianconeri.