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    Juventus
      27.10.2017 14:48 - in: Serie A S

      "Juve-Milan always a game of great charm"

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      Allegri preaches importance of team balance as squad travels to San Siro

      It's the third Serie A match in seven days for the Bianconeri on Saturday as Massimiliano Allegri's side travels to the San Siro to face AC Milan. With ten goals scored and six points from their last two matches, things have certainly gone well for Allegri, but he's preaching balance across the pitch to his team as they visit a tough Milan side. 

      "Wednesday night I was angry because we lacke a lot, and instead we have to be careful not only in the defensive phase, but als  about making fewer mistakes during the game. A team like Juventus, with players who have such high technical quality, has to make less mistakes. The team understands it and we are working on this."

      ALWAYS EXCITING AT SAN SIRO

      "Juventus-Milan is always a game of great charm and we go to San Siro to play a nice match and take the three points," said Allegri. "We're against a team that comes from an important victory on Wednesday and has quality players. They are a little bit down in the standings, but they'll challenge for the top four by the end of the season. "

      BALANCE ACROSS THE FIELD

      "Scoring six goals in any game is difficult, however, we need to find a balance because big games at the top are won with great defense," said Allegri. "Over the last three years, we have changed eight or nine players. It is normal then that at first a bit of work is done. For example, Napoli for three or four years always plays with the same team and it is notan insigificant thing, because inserting new elements will change the game."

      BONUCCI'S ABSENCE

      "He has done great things at Juventus," said Allegri. "It was seven very important years for him. I'm sorry he's not available tomorrow because in big games it's better when everyone is available."

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