Outgoing Juventus manager Max Allegri feels they have an ’80 percent’ chance of retaining the Scudetto without him
Allegri signed off with a 2-0 loss to Sampdoria on Sunday evening, and he is optimistic the Old Lady will remain the team to beat in Italy.
The former AC Milan boss clearly stated he is leaving behind a formidable team that could still retain the title.
La mia quarta stagione in ⚪️⚫️. Un’altra stagione in cui abbiamo vinto, e in cui ho imparato qualcosa: grazie a tutti i tifosi , sempre vicini. E grazie ai compagni, allo staff, a chi lavora nel club! #finoallafine pic.twitter.com/aXsBysC7f3
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“I leave behind a winning team, who next season have an 80 percent chance of winning the Scudetto and will do well in the Champions League,” he said after the game via Sky Sports Italia.
“This winning cycle is certainly not over yet; Juventus will be ready to win again next season. I don’t have any regrets about leaving as I came to this decision together with the club.
“I would like to thank everyone at the club, from the kit-men to the physios, the doctors, my staff and all the fans who have been close to us and gave us such passionate support.
“I want to thank the club, especially as they allowed me to work with great players and gave me a strong squad to coach.
“I leave behind a winning team, who are stronger than then other teams and will again be the team to beat. Maybe with a little bit more luck, they can win the Champions League.
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“I was lucky that we came to the decision to part ways when we did because, if we chose to wait until after the last home game of the season against Atalanta, we wouldn’t have been able to say our goodbyes.
“For that, I thank President Andrea Agnelli who gave me the chance to say farewell to the fans.”