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Fabio Capello reveals he urged Juventus coach Max Allegri NOT to return to the club

Fabio Capello reveals that he urged Juventus coach Max Allegri NOT to return to the club … insisting that they would make him a ‘scapegoat for all troubles’ because his ‘winning DNA’ is missing

  • Massimiliano Allegri returned to Juventus after firing Andrea Pirlo
  • Juventus achieved a fourth place, but finished well behind Inter Milan
  • Their struggles have continued, having already lost four Serie A games this season.
  • Fabio Capello has now revealed that he urged the 54-year-old to refuse a return


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Fabio Capello claims that he advised Massimiliano Allegri to reject a dramatic return to Juventus because they would make him a ‘scapegoat’ for all his troubles.

The 54-year-old returned to the Serie A giants in May, two years after his departure, following the firing of former midfielder Andrea Pirlo.

Juventus got Allegri back after finishing in the top four last season, losing their nine-year dominance at the Scudetto and exiting the Champions League in the round of 16.

Former England boss Fabio Capello

Max Allegri returned to Juventus in May

Max Allegri returned to Juventus in May

Fabio Capello says he advised Massimiliano Allegri to snub a dramatic return to Juventus

Allegri rejoined the Serie A giants following the firing of Andrea Pirlo (center) in May

Allegri rejoined the Serie A giants following the firing of Andrea Pirlo (center) in May

Allegri rejoined the Serie A giants following the firing of Andrea Pirlo (center) in May

But the Italian, who has won five Serie A titles with the club, has struggled to turn his fortunes so far, as the club has suffered four losses in the league this season.

And former England boss Capello revealed that he told Allegri to decline a return to Allianz Stadium, believing he would have to bear the brunt of criticism for current player failures.

“I told him that he would have become the scapegoat for all problems,” Capello said. told Radio Anch’io, quoted by Calciomercato.com.

I told him not to come back. Juventus has winning DNA, but right now it can’t be seen.

But Juventus' struggles have continued, having already lost four league games this season.

But Juventus' struggles have continued, having already lost four league games this season.

But Juventus’ struggles have continued, having already lost four league games this season.

‘The players are not doing what they should. Everybody thinks it’s the coach’s fault, but it’s not like that, it’s not easy to turn the situation around ”.

Juventus’ current form in the league has placed them ninth in the table, 16 points behind leaders Napoli and AC Milan.

Recently, they have suffered back-to-back defeats at home to Sassuolo and away from home at Hellas Verona.

However, the Italian team is now back in Champions League action and host Zenit Saint Petersburg in Turin on Tuesday night.

Juventus top Group H, having won all three of their group matches so far.

Capello said he warned Allegri that he would be a scapegoat for the shortcomings of the players.

Capello said he warned Allegri that he would be a scapegoat for the shortcomings of the players.

Capello said he warned Allegri that he would be a scapegoat for the shortcomings of the players.

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