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3 reasons Juventus won’t sack Allegri even without a…

3 reasons Juventus won’t sack Allegri even without a trophy this season

Allegri

This season has been quite a disappointing season for Juventus. Together with coach Massimiliano Allegri, the Bianconeri failed to win a trophy.

In Serie A, Juventus can no longer compete in the race for the Scudetto. In the Supercoppa Italiana final, Juventus were defeated by Inter Milan 1-2 in extra time. In the Champions League, Juventus were eliminated by Villarreal in the round of 16. In the Coppa Italia final, Juventus were also defeated by Inter in extra time with a score of 2-4.

Juventus director Pavel Nedved has reportedly complained to club president Andrea Agnelli about Allegri’s incompetence. Nedved’s disappointment is also in line with the majority of Bianconeri supporters.

However, Agnelli is said to not be sacking Allegri. He will continue to manage Juventus next season.

Reported by Football Italia, there are at least three reasons underlying Agnelli’s decision.

Still Believe Allegri

Still Believe Allegri

The first reason is that Agnelli still believes in Allegri. Agnelli believes that Allegri is still the most suitable person to handle the Bianconeri.

As is known, Juventus left by Cristiano Ronaldo to Manchester United at the beginning of the season. Losing a goalscorer like Ronaldo has put Juventus in quite a difficult situation.

In a transitional period like this, the work of the coach who had brought Juventus to 11 championship titles was also considered not entirely disappointing.

Expensive

Massimiliano Allegri

This season is the first of Allegri’s second spell at Juventus. By the club, he is contracted until 2025.

Juventus gave Allegri €7 million per season plus bonuses. The contract is quite expensive.

If Juventus sack Allegri after only one season, then the compensation they have to pay is quite large.

Qualify for Champions League

Qualify for Champions League

Juventus‘ journey this season has encountered many obstacles. Apart from being left behind by Cristiano Ronaldo, even though Juventus did not prepare a replacement, they are also often hit by a storm of injuries.

One of the players whose injury made Juventus lose a lot is Federico Chiesa.

These situations have a major impact on Allegri’s work in concocting teams to get optimal results. However, even so, Allegri is still able to bring Juventus to a confirmed top four finish in Serie A and qualify for the Champions League next season.

It’s natural that Agnelli still believes in his abilities.

Update of 16 Teams That Have Definitely Qualified Champions League

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Update of 16 Teams That Have Definitely Qualified for the 2022/2023 Champions League Group Phase: Don’t Expect MU Yes

Update of 16 Teams That Have Definitely Qualified

Let’s look at the updated list of 16 teams that have officially qualified for the Champions League group phase for the 2022/2023 season. There will be no Manchester United (MU) in the Champions League next season. Because, MU has no chance of finishing in the top four of the Premier League standings.

United no longer have a chance to be in the top four of the Premier League standings after losing to Brighton in week 36. The Red Devils lost 4-0. With 58 points, MU can not catch Arsenal who are now in fourth position.

MU’s absence certainly gets more attention. Because, the Champions League lost one of its legends, namely Cristiano Ronaldo. If he doesn’t move from Manchester United, then the all-time top scorer will be absent from the Champions League.

MU is absent, but that doesn’t mean the 2022/2023 Champions League isn’t interesting. There are still many other top clubs who have definitely qualified for the Champions League. So far, there have been 16 teams that have qualified for the Champions League group stage.

Like the Premier League, which sent two representatives to the Champions League semifinals for the 2021/2022 season. Liverpool then qualified for the final. The Reds will return to compete in the group phase of the Champions League for the 2022/2023 season.

Besides Liverpool, Man City will also appear in the Champions League next season. This will be another chance for Pep Guardiola to dispel the notion that he can win without Lionel Messi in the team he coaches.

The Premier League will send two other representatives in the Champions League. The two representatives will be contested by Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham and West Ham. Manchester United has no chance of qualifying for the Champions League.

Representatives of Spain and Italy

Representatives of Spain and Italy

Like the Premier League, La Liga will also send four representatives in the 2022/2022 Champions League season. Real Madrid, finalists for the 2021/2022 season, will definitely compete in the Champions League next season.

Madrid are La Liga champions this season and will automatically qualify for next season’s Champions League group stage. Apart from Madrid, Barcelona has also definitely qualified for the Champions League. Barcelona will try to improve the record of this 2021/2022 season which failed in the group phase.

The other two Spanish representatives will be contested by four teams: Sevilla, Atletico Madrid, Real Betis and Real Sociedad. However, there will be no Villarreal in the Champions League next season after having impressed this season.

Unlike the Premier League and La Liga, the four representatives of Serie A who will play in the Champions League have been determined. AC Milan and Inter Milan who are competing for the Scudetto title are sure to qualify.

Napoli, who are now in third place, will also appear in the Champions League. The fourth team from Serie A to qualify for the Champions League is Juventus. With two games remaining, Juventus are seven points clear of Lazio who are below them and are impossible to overtake.

16 Teams Qualify for Champions League 2022/2023

Update of 16 Teams That Have Definitely Qualified

  1. Manchester City (England)
  2. Liverpool (England)
  3. Real Madrid (Spain)
  4. Barcelona (Spain)
  5. AC Milan (Italy)
  6. Inter Milan (Italy)
  7. Napoli (Italy)
  8. Juventus (Italy)
  9. Bayern Munchen (German)
  10. Borussia Dortmund (German)
  11. Bayer Leverkusen (German)
  12. PSG (France)
  13. Porto (Portugal)
  14. Sporting CP (Portugal)
  15. FC Salzburg (Austria)
  16. Shakhtar Donetsk (Ukraine)
Meeting Inter Milan in the Coppa Italia Final, Juventus Has Fulfilled This Season's Goals Coppa Italia

Meeting Inter Milan in the Coppa Italia Final, Juventus…

Meeting Inter Milan in the Coppa Italia Final, Juventus Has Fulfilled This Season’s Goals

Meeting Inter Milan in the Coppa Italia Final, Juventus Has Fulfilled This Season's Goals

Juventus managed to swing into the Coppa Italia final this season and met Inter Milan. Juve coach, Massimiliano Allegri, said his team had fulfilled their goal by penetrating the top of the Coppa Italia party.

Playing at home, Juventus had trouble serving the I Viola game.

Federico Bernardeschi scored a pair of I Bianconeri goals in the 32nd minute and Danilo’s 90+4 minutes.

Achieving goals

Achieving goals