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Italian Cup: “My blood stroke? It’s normal in a final,” quips Allegri

Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri presented his spectacular bloodshed which caused him to be excluded from the Italian Cup final this Wednesday as “something normal” given the context.

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Italian Cup: “My blood stroke? It’s normal in a final,” quips Allegri

Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri presented his spectacular bloodshed which caused him to be excluded from the Italian Cup final this Wednesday as “something normal” given the context. “My blood shot? “It’s something normal in a final, in a match with so much at stake,” explained the Italian technician at a press conference.

The Italian coach, under pressure for several weeks due to his team's poor results in the league, was sent off in added time of the final won against Atalanta (1-0) after vehemently criticizing the fourth umpires a decision of the field referee.

Exasperated, he took off his jacket and tie, threw them on the ground, approached the fourth referee once again, before returning, at the request of his staff, to the locker room, still as angry as ever. “When you win a trophy, the emotion is truly unique, it was a great final in a wonderful stadium, with two great teams,” he added.

With five victories in the Italian Cup, out of the fifteen won by Juve, Allegri became the most successful coach in the history of this competition. But this final could be his last major meeting with Juventus, who could thank him at the end of the season, replacing him with Thiago Motta who currently manages Bologna.

Asked about his future, he replied with a quip: “Have I been let go?” “I was lucky to train great players, to be part of a great club (...) When I came back three years ago, we had to reform a team. A club like Juve must win trophies, we did it tonight and we are happy,” he concluded.

Regarding the future of his coach, Federico Chiesa passed the buck to his club management: “She will be the one to make the decision, she is the one to ask this kind of question ". “This title is a great reward for this group and for our fans. The season has not been easy, we will have to win even more next year,” concluded the Italian international.

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