Andrea Agnelli: I feel ashamed and angry but Max Allegri will stay
Juventus CEO Andrea Agnelli says despite the embarrassing defeat against Maccabi Haifa will not sack Max Allegri during the season.
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elimination after a shocking 2-0 defeat against Maccabi Haifa on Tuesday. Allegri’s side also lost with two goals against their rivals AC Milan at the weekend.
Paris Saint-Germain and Benfica both have seven points after three matches in Group H. Juventus and Maccabi Haifa also both have three points after four matches.
Juventus CEO Andrea Agnelli after the game told reporters that he is angry but is not considering sacking Max Allegri.
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"It's not the coach's fault that we can't even make a tackle. Allegri will stay at least until the end of the season. I feel ashamed for what is happening, I am angry, but I also know that football is played with 11 men, you lose and win with 11.
"In a situation like this, it’s not about one person. It’s a matter to be dealt with by a whole group. We feel ashamed, we apologise to our fans, because we know they must feel ashamed to walk around at the moment."
Juventus is in eighth place in the Serie A table after nine matches with 10 points behind leaders Napoli and Allegri has been under immense pressure in recent weeks.
Juventus next will face Torino in the derby. They have to play with Benfica as well as PSG and Inter Milan within the next month.
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