Massimiliano Allegri is pleased with his players response


Juventus manager, Massimiliano Allegri, has recently expressed his pride in his players reaction to a difficult run of results but remains coy on their chances of qualifying for the Champions League.

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The Italian champions have had a tough season, with a string of poor results leaving them struggling to qualify for next season’s Champions League. However, Allegri has praised his players for their ability to bounce back from these setbacks and fight for a place in Europe’s elite competition.

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“I am very proud of my players’ reaction to the difficult run of results,”

said Allegri.

“They have shown great character and determination to fight for a place in the Champions League. They have never given up and have always kept pushing for a positive outcome.”

Despite this, Allegri remains coy on their chances of qualifying for the Champions League, stating that there is still a long way to go in the season and that anything can happen.

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What did Allegri say?

“We still have a lot of games left to play and anything can happen,”

said Allegri.

“We will just have to wait and see what happens. I am confident that we will be able to qualify for the Champions League, but we will have to work hard and give our all in every game.”

Juventus currently sit in fourth place in the Serie A table, with a six-point gap separating them from fifth-placed Napoli. However, with only a few games left in the season, the race for the final Champions League spot is still very much alive.

Allegri’s men will need to continue their recent good form if they want to qualify for the Champions League, with a tough run of fixtures against some of the top teams in Italy. They will face off against AC Milan, Inter Milan, and Lazio in the coming weeks, all of whom are fighting for a place in Europe’s elite competition.

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