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Allegri’s words after Atalanta defeat

Max Statman



Massimiliano Allegriʼs words at DAZN after Juventusʼ 1-0 defeat against Atalanta on Saturday:


“A performance along the lines of Rome with Lazio, with Fiorentina, with Milan. We little capitalize on what we create. Zapata. Normally you have to score because the goal difference is what counts. There is a bit of anxiety, in a hurry, when you don’t score there is worry. The only thing is to keep working. Trying to win a game and then continue.”



“Excellent team, with values. Moments where things are less well and we don’t score. Juventus, when they say it’s the strongest squad, I think there are errors in evaluation.

“A team that can fight for the top 4 positions. I have my evaluations, I have confidence. After tonight only congratulations to the boys, you can’t say anything.”

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“I think we have to be realistic about the standings. If we are there we are worth this, from the coach to the rest. The performances we missed are with Verona,

“Sassuolo and Empoli, not tonight. You have to be realistic to take the pressure off and work with serenity. Juventus does not necessarily have to win the championship, the numbers say so.

“Morata, Chiesa, Dybala, McKennie, we have people who score goals and know how to score them. There are people who have now lost serenity, normal when you do not score.”



“He’s fine, he has a problem with his teeth. We had many attacking players, we also want respect for our opponents. It is useless to think about what we could do, we have to reset everything and start again, think of Salerno.”


“When we suffer and the opponent has more ball possession and attacks us, we have to do what we did tonight, it is a qualitative leap we have to do. We are doing very well and we are happy to have obtained this result in a great game , now we continue to work and we try to achieve positive results.”



I am seasoned senior correspondent at Forza Juventus, where I specialize in providing in-depth coverage of transfer news, insightful analysis, and everything related to the world of Juventus.