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Emotional Allegri insists the time was right to leave Juventus

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Emotional Allegri insists the time was right to leave Juventus

Emotional Allegri insists the time was right to leave Juventus

"I leave a winning team" says Massimiliano Allegri as he prepares to depart Juventus

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Emotional Allegri insists the time was right to leave Juventus

SHOWS: TURIN, ITALY (MAY 18, 2019) (ESTE NEWS - ACCESS ALL) 1.

(SOUNDBITE) (Italian) JUVENTUS COACH, MASSIMILIANO ALLEGRI, SAYING: "I leave a winning team that has the potential next year to repeat its success in Italy and have another great Champions League.

This year unfortunately, some situations meant we couldn't go all the way this season." 2.

WHITE FLASH 3.

(SOUNDBITE) (Italian) JUVENTUS COACH, MASSIMILIANO ALLEGRI, SAYING: "We talked, expressed our ideas on what was best for Juventus and the future of Juventus.

After that, the club evaluated it and decided it was best that I wouldn't be the coach next season.

This changes nothing because the rapport with President Agnelli, directors (Pavel) Nedved and (Fabio) Paratici remains excellent." 4.

WHITE FLASH 5.

JUVENTUS PRESIDENT, ANDREA AGNELLI GIVING T-SHIRT TO ALLEGRI / T-SHIRT READING "HISTORY ALONE" / JOURNALISTS APPLAUDING STORY: Coach Massimiliano Allegri said on Saturday (May 18) a discussion with Juventus directors about the best way forward for the Serie A champions resulted in the club's decision to part ways with him at the end of the season.

Juventus announced on Friday (May 17) that the 51-year-old's five-year spell in charge will come to an end.

The former AC Milan coach has enjoyed great success in Turin, leading Juve to five consecutive Serie A titles, four Coppa Italias and two Champions League runner-up finishes.

"I leave a winning group that has the potential to repeat its success in Italy and have another great Champions League campaign," an emotional Allegri told a news conference on the eve of the team's final home match of the season against Atalanta on Sunday (May 19).

"Unfortunately, some situations meant we couldn't go all the way this season.

We talked, expressed our ideas on what was best for Juventus and the future of Juventus.

After that, the club evaluated it and decided it was best that I wouldn't be the coach next season." Juventus President Andrea Agnelli thanked Allegri for his work but did not comment on who could be the next Juventus coach.

(Production: Oriana Boselli, Fabiano Franchitti, Mike Brock)




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