Massimiliano Allegri

      Massimiliano Allegri established himself as one of Juventus’ greatest and most successful managers after leading the club to a third consecutive domestic double (Serie A and Coppa Italia) – an unprecedented feat in Italian football.
      Upon inheriting a group of players, already accustomed to winning under previous incumbent Antonio Conte, the Tuscan tactician gradually introduced his own methods on the squad and guided the Bianconeri to two Champions League finals within three seasons, whilst also winning the Italian Super Cup in 2015.
      Allegri arrived in Turin in 2014 having already proven his managerial credentials at the very highest level with Milan. His arrival in 2010 sparked a remarkable upturn in fortunes that would result in the Rossoneri ending their seven-year Scudetto drought during his first year at the helm.
      A former midfielder who enjoyed a 19-year professional playing career, the Livorno-born coach first came to national prominence in 2008, when he masterminded an historic promotion into Serie B for Sassuolo.
      His achievements with the Neroverdi attracted the attentions of Cagliari and he would lead the Sardinian side to a highly respectable ninth-place finish in 2008/09.

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