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Allegri

Gregorio. 1582--1652, Italian composer and singer. His compositions include a Miserere for nine voices
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But Allegri is worried that he could pay a heavy price if he brings the striker (below) back too early.
It's important that Paulo found the net again," said Allegri.
Allegri said: "After 15 days with the national team they spent a notable amount of physical and, above all, mental energy.
Allegri said: "Winning the Champions League can't be an objective, it's a dream.
Allegri steered his side past the Spaniards in the quarter-finals of last season's competition but despite that, and Barca's loss of forward Neymar to Paris St Germain for a world record fee, he believes the Catalans remain tough opponents.
Juventus fans did not want a former AC Milan manager to succeed Antonio Conte and yet Allegri has become the man who would be king.
The Italian champions will face the LaLiga winners and European Cup holders in Cardiff this weekend, two years after they lost to Barcelona under Allegri in the Berlin final.
Commenting on the appointment of Allegri, Oetker Collection CEO Frank Marrenbach said: "Luca has such a wealth of experience - for instance as managing director hotels at Societe des Bains de Mer, Monte Carlo - that we did not want to miss the opportunity to have him not only contribute to the growth of the Collection but also to guide our operations and develop synergies between hotels, such as Le Bristol Paris and The Lanesborough in London.
With Napoli and Roma being the only two chief dangers to Juve's title supremacy, Allegri should uphold the motto 'if you can't stop them, sign them'.
Malgre la victoire contre l'Atalanta avec la Juventus (0-2), Massimiliano Allegri n'etait pas totalement satisfait en conference de presse.
Juventus manager Max Allegri added: "Heysel will always be one of the dark pages of football history - and not just for Juventus but all football.
Turin, Italy: Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri has warned against the "deadly" ball-passing of Barcelona as the Italian champions turn their focus to the Champions League final following their final home game of the season on Saturday.