Massimiliano Allegri admits Cristiano Ronaldo was right

Massimiliano Allegri admits Cristiano Ronaldo was right about the team spirit of Juventus

Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri agreed with the assessment made by Cristiano Ronaldo about the incredible team spirit of the Serie A giants. The Portuguese international admitted last week that Juventus felt ‘more of a family’, although Real Madrid manager Santiago Solari also refuted his claims.

Ahead of tonight’s Serie A clash against Torino, Massimiliano Allegri admitted that the team spirit is the main reason for Juventus’ success this season which was previously told by Cristiano Ronaldo himself. Juventus is now holding the top spot of the Serie A table with a huge eight-point gap with the second placeholder.

Right after the transfer of Cristiano Ronaldo ahead of the 2018-19 Serie A season, Juventus displayed their best performances. Besides dominating the Italian league, Juventus are now also a key contender of the UEFA Champions League this season as they already secured their place in the ‘Round of 16’.

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While talking about the recent assessment made by Cristiano Ronaldo, Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri said “If Ronaldo said it, I think it’s true,” and then further added “Juventus itself, as a club, is a place where you can work very well, with great organization. We don’t achieve great results just because we buy great players, or just because of a great technical organization.”

Allegri then also said, “Great results are achieved because the club is strong and solid.” The Juventus manager then further added, “You can’t have good results without a great management or club, it would be difficult for the coach and for the players.”

Cristiano Ronaldo’s side will face Torino tonight to maintain their top position in the Italian Serie A. They do have a clear advantage, although football pundits never denied any chance of unexpected results. Torino is now standing at the sixth place of the Italian league table with 22 points in 15 matches.