Tuesday 8 March 2016

Massimiliano Allegri Wins Serie A Best Coach Award

Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri has being named Serie A's best coach for the 2014-15 campaign and speaking after his award the former AC Milan manager appears to have ruled out the possibility of taking over the reins at Chelsea next season by insisting he will remain at Juventus. Allegri has been linked with the managerial post at Stamford Bridge along with fellow Italian Antonio Conte but has stated he has no desire to leave the Serie A champions.

He said “Next year, I will still be the coach of Juventus because I have another year on my contract. There's never been anything with other clubs”. I'm fine here and there are no problems. Now we're thinking of a fifth Scudetto in a row and the Coppa Italia. We work to improve every year

The 48years old led Juventus to the Serie A title last season, with his side finishing an impressive 17 points above second-placed Roma. His achievements at The Old Lady have led Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri to heap praise on his fellow Italian. Ranieri, speaking at the Serie A awards ceremony, said of Allegri: “I agree with the award for Allegri”. Former Manchester United and Everton manager David Moyes also made an appearance at the awards ceremony, which were held in Florence. 

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