9 January, 2013 - 14:48

Massimiliano Allegri:”Juve does not have an Achilles' heel”

Massimiliano Allegri:”Juve does not have an Achilles' heel”

Milan coach admits Juventus is at the peak form

Juventus and Malan clash in the quarter-final of the Italian Cup on Wednesday. Before the match Massimiliano Allegri held a press-conference where he claimed: “Fishing around for an Achilles’ heel in this Juve is a bit pointless to me.” The Italian coach said that he still has hopes to return to the Scudetto race, stating Milan “can gradually catch up with the teams ahead”, yet the Italian underlined: “Juventus are still the most effective team and you can see that from how stable they are”.

Allegri made comments on Boateng incident, claiming: “This is history now and I reckon the appropriate organizations will put the right decisions to change the situation. The players are much more relaxed now, they were a little stressed for a couple days after that”.

The Rossoneri coach also admitted the club’s president Silvio Berlusconi is watching very closely the situation in the team:“I talked to the president yesterday. We interact openly, Berlusconi knows perfectly what goes on in the dressing room.”

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