Allegri: “It’s Not a Simple Period, We Lack Experience”


In a disappointing turn for Massimiliano Allegri’s Juventus, the team suffered a 0-1 defeat against Udinese, with Lautaro Giannetti securing the winning goal in the first half. Following the match, the Bianconeri coach addressed the media, offering insights into the team’s performance and the challenges they face.:

“During the season, there are these negative moments. Udinese is a physical and technical team, not easy to play against. It’s not an easy period for us, but we must remain calm and reset everything to focus on the next game.”

Allegri highlighted a significant issue within the team, emphasizing the lack of experienced players: “Our team has many players with little experience to win a championship. Being nervous serves no purpose; we need to focus on working and performing. Now we must reach the Champions League spot and think about the Coppa Italia semifinal.”

Regarding the second-half substitutions, Allegri noted missed opportunities and emphasized the importance of introspection and hard work: “There were chances, but now we must stay silent and focus on working. I am disappointed because we earned only one point in three matches. It was a slow game, and when opportunities arose, we should have scored.”

In his final remarks, Allegri commented on Federico Chiesa’s performance, recognizing his efforts but also expressing the expectations placed on him: “Federico had a good game tonight, but it’s normal to expect important things from him. I am pleased with the whole team; from these defeats, we must emerge stronger.”


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