Allegri: We'll have to turn the switch back on

Allegri: We'll have to turn the switch back on
Allegri: We'll have to turn the switch back on
Allegri: We'll have to turn the switch back on

Tomorrow the Bianconeri will be back in action against Roma at the Allianz Stadium, and ahead of the big clash, the Coach spoke to the media where he previewed the forthcoming game.

Here’s what he had to say:


Tomorrow is an important match - until the next break, we will have seven games in which it will be essential to collect points in order not to stray from the top positions. Roma have technique and physicality, you have to prepare well and turn the switch back on immediately. Tomorrow we will have even more fans with us and this is another positive thing! There will be the same level of support as there was against Chelsea, where there was a desire to support the team at all times.


Today I'll see the team altogether and we'll see what needs to be done: I'll decide the line-up tomorrow morning because I'll have to see everyone's condition is first. Kean is fine, I still have to decide who will play. If Alvaro Morata is not there, the choice could fall on him, Chiesa or Kaio Jorge, who is a very interesting, good and smart guy. De Ligt has rested and should play, the others are fine too. McKennie has goals in his legs and I have great faith in him. He played a good match against Torino. He came back on Thursday, however, I don't know if he will start or come on during the match tomorrow 


Ramsey is a player I count on a lot, I don't know if he will play from the start tomorrow, but I do rely on him. Morata should train today with the team. Dybala will not be there, he is further behind Alvaro, but I think he will be available within a week, maximum ten days. I'm happy with Bernardeschi. He is doing well, however, he must find that continuity of performance that depends only on the mental aspect. I'm sorry not to have Rabiot available because he was doing well and was growing. It just means that he will rest and be even more ready for the next matches. There is no problem with Dybala, he is respecting his recovery time. It was thought he could gain a few days, but when it comes to muscular problems, it always depends on how the situation evolves


It is useless to argue about the calendar: all matches must be faced with serenity. When there are problems, solutions must be found. We will have many important matches and in November we will see where we will be in the standings and, above all, if we have already progressed through to the next UCL round.

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