The former Bianconeri and Italy goalkeeper believes the team didn’t win the Champions League because of “unfortunate physical condition for that moment.”
Dino Zoff played for Juventus from 1972 to his retirement in 1983.
He also played for the Italy national team from 1968 to 1983 and even managed the Bianconeri from 1988 to 1990.
And now he has talked to Calcio Mercato about the good season the team had, and how they will only get better the next.
“A good season? Absolutely. Massimiliano Allegri had a good season. He deservedly won the Scudetto, the eighth in a row,” he said.
“Of course, the Champions League has not arrived and this is something to be taken into account.”
“But the failure is dictated by a non-optimal and unfortunate physical condition for that moment. But a team that wins the championship never disappoints,” he added.
“Allegri has achieved extraordinary results. He has incredible numbers. His balance is undoubtedly positive.”
He continued: “It remains the neo of the Champions because he had arrived twice in the final, but second place is still a good result. It is not easy to win in Europe.”
“Cristiano Ronaldo? Surely it was a positive debut. He proved to be a great champion.”
“Dybala? It only takes time. It is difficult to find the perfect agreement immediately. It will take time and patience, but I’m sure that the results will come slowly in this sense too,” he concluded.