Sacking Massimiliano Allegri will be expensive, but may be best for Juventus

What happened to the coach capable of making smart choices and improving the players? Allegri is no longer the man who twice led Juventus to the Champions League final. 

Little hair on his head, few ideas on the pitch: Massimiliano Allegri spent a lot of time touching his forehead and neck without being able to bring out the best in his players on Wednesday night against Benfica. Just 34,015 spectators at the Allianz Stadium attended one of the worst matches in recent years. 

In the second week of September, the Bianconeri are in an identity crisis. Allegri has always preached to the media that he wants to be judged only on the basis of the results: with this algorithm the judgment on his work would be catastrophic.

Massimiliano Allegri didn't know how to turn the game in Juventus' favour against Benfica

Massimiliano Allegri didn’t know how to turn the game in…

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