Antonio Conte quits from Manager of Juventus

When Antonio Conte left the managerial role of Juventus as the Italian coach decided to take charge of Italy, MassimilianoAllegri was elected as the new coach of Juventus and not all the fans of the Italian club were certain if Allegri was the appropriate man to replace Conte.

Antonio Conte guided Juventus to 3 consecutive Serie A titles before he decided to coach the Italian national football team and now MassimilianoAllegri has to follow that legacy.

So far, it has been a superb debut season of Allegri after having been in charge of Juventus during the 11 opening matches of the campaign, Juventus is located at the top of the Italian League with 28 points and As.Roma are following them closely behind with 25 points.

The most impressive performance that the players in the squad of MassimilianoAllegri have displayed occurred on November 9 a few days ago when Juventus hosted Parma at the Juventus Arena and scored 7 goals past their opponents without conceding a single goal.

Llorente, Lichtsteiner, Tevez and Morata all managed to find the back of the net in this rampaging festival of goals with Juventus claiming the overwhelming victory.
MassimilianoAllegri was pleased to see his team performing so well and the Italian manager said a few words after the conclusion of the match.

“We’ve got an excellent group of strikers, from the ‘older’ players like Tevez and Llorente, to the younger ones like Coman and Morata. We had a couple of issues in the first 15 minutes, but then we broke the deadlock and the lads read the game well. I’m very happy.” Allegri said.
As.Roma and Juventus are the favorites on winning the Serie A title of this season with only a few points being the difference and expectations are high for Allegri to claim major trophies even though it’s only his debut season as the coach of Juventus.