Breaking: Juventus sack manager Massimiliano Allegri

Juventus have parted ways with head coach Massimiliano Allegri just days after winning the Copa Italian against Atlanta. The former Sassuolo, Cagliari and AC Milan coach was dismissed in the early hours of Friday morning with news from Juventus official website stating Paolo Montero will be Juventus interim coach until the end of the season. Juventus keep working to seal Thiago Motta deal as new head coach for next season after formal proposal already began with the Bologna coach.

Juventus made it known that Massimiliano Allegri has been fired due to “the exemption follows certain behaviors held during and after the Coppa Italia final that the club considered not compatible with our values”. Allegri had been in charge of Juventus in 2014 replacing Antonio Conte and that season won Juventus their fourth successive league title which happens to be Allegri second league title having won it with AC Milan in 2011. On the 13th of May 2019, Allegri won his fifth successive Seria A title and it was announced Allegri would leave Juventus at the end of the season. He left Juventus with a 70.48 win percentage. He would then return for his second stint at Juventus in 2021 replacing the sacked Andrea Pirlo. On 15 May 2024, Allegri was sent off in Juventus’s 1–0
victory over Atalanta in the 2024 Coppa Italia final, which happens to be his last match in charge of Juventus. Paolo Montero will be Juventus interim coach until the end of the season to replace Allegri.

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