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BIOGRAPHY
Massimiliano Allegri (Livorno, August 11, 1967) is manager of Juventus FC and former italian footballer, midfielder. Among his trophies he boasts 1 Scudetto (ACMilan 2010/11), 1 Italian Supercup (ACMilan 2011) and individual awards as “Panchina d’oro” (Gold Bench) in 2009 and “Miglior Allenatore” (Best Manager) at Gran Galà del Calcio AIC (AIC Football Grand Gala) in 2011. Since July 16, 2014 he trains Juventus FC.
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CAREER
Key dates in the career of Massimiliano Allegri
  • 2014
  • Coach of Juventus FC

    juventus_logo_hd_png_by_mastagraphic-d4o0lqlJuly 16, 2014 he becomes coach of Juventus FC, succeeding Antonio Conte.

    16 July 2014
  • 100 wins as a coach in Serie A

    CALCIODuring 2013-2014 season Allegri, thanks to the home victory on 6 January 2014 by AC Milan vs. Atalanta, has reached 100 wins as a coach in Serie A.

    6 January 2014
  • 2012
  • Prize “Golden Bridle”

    On 14 May 2012 he was awarded by the Section of Siena Italian Soccer Coaches Association with the prize "Golden Bridle"

    14 May 2012
  • “Scopigno Award” and “Trophy Maestrelli”

    In March, he won the "Premio Scopigno" and "Maestrelli Trophy" as the best coach in the 2010-2011 season.

    10 March 2012
  • Best coach AIC 2011

    CALCIOOn 23 January 2012, he was awarded the prize for Best AIC coach of the year 2011.

    23 January 2012
  • 2011
  • Win the Italian Super Cup

    CALCIOOn 6 August 2011 he won the Italian Super Cup with Milan (sixth in the history of the Milanese club), beating Inter Milan 2-1 in Beijing.

    6 August 2011
  • Winning the “Scudetto” with Milan

    CALCIOOn 7 May 2011 he won the league title two match days ahead thanks to a 0-0 draw vs. AS Roma. Allegri, as well as granting the Scudetto to Milan after 7 years, it has also became, in the 3 points victory era, the third youngest coach to win this competition after Roberto Mancini and Antonio Conte.

    7 May 2011
  • 2010
  • Prize “Golden Bench”

    On 1 February 2010, was awarded with the prize "Golden Bench", awarded by the vote of fellow Serie A and Serie B, as the best coach of the 2008-2009 season.

    1 February 2010
  • 2008
  • “Golden Bench” Lega Pro Prima Divisione

    In November 2008, he was awarded the prize "Golden Bench" as the best coach of Lega Pro Prima Divisione after the great job at the helm of Sassuolo.

    10 November 2008
  • Promotion to Serie B and Serie C1 Super Cup Victory

    In the 2007-2008 season, he was named to coach the Sassuolo in Serie C1 bringing it to the first promotion to Serie B in its history, won thanks to the first place in Group A of the 2007-2008 Serie C1, and the victory of the Super Series C1 against Salerno obtained on penalties after a 1-0 defeat in Sassuolo and success with the same score in Salerno.

    15 May 2008

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