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Juventus boss Max Allegri storms out of interview 1 week 5 days ago #3164

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Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri angrily walked out of his postgame television interview in anger despite his side's 4-0 victory over AC Milan in the Coppa Italia final on Wednesday.

Allegri watched his side pull away with four second-half goals to win the trophy for the fourth straight season, while they can also win a seventh straight Scudetto by securing the Serie A title this weekend.

But the night ended on a sour note after Allegri was asked by Rai Sport if this could be the end of an era with goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon likely to retire, Stephan Lichtsteiner set to depart and others like Giorgio Chiellini and Claudio Marchisio also on the wrong side of 30.

"You have to look at the positives. At times we get stuck in these conversations, but football is very simple, you have to deal with the various moments of the season," Allegri said, after having already acknowledged that "people take our victories for granted."

"You always talk about tactics, but you should make it clear to young coaches that football is also practice and not just theory. I grew up with Giovanni Galeone as my coach. There are those who explain football and those who talk about football.

"A team that wins seven titles in a row has no issues. Football is like Monopoly, you don't know what card you're going to draw. I have a completely different view of football to you."
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