Caught by Spezia, AS Roma eyeing the former coach of Juventus and AC Milan

Losing embarrassingly from Spezia in the Coppa Italia, AS Roma is considering recruiting former Juventus and AC Milan coach, Massimiliano Allegri as a new tactician.

INDOSPORT.COM – Losing embarrassingly to Spezia in the Coppa Italia, AS Roma considered recruiting the former Juventus and AC Milan coach, Massimiliano Allegri as a new tactician.

Appearing in the last 16 of the Coppa Italia, AS Roma seeded advance to the next round. The reason is, they only met Spezia, who is now ranked 13th in the Italian Serie A standings.

Even so, a surprise occurred. AS Roma had to bear the shame of losing 2-4 to Spezia in extra time so they could not continue the steps to the quarter-finals.

The shocking defeat also made the children foster Paulo Fonseca failed to win in the last 3 matches in all competitions. Previously, in the last two matches in the Italian Serie A they were slaughtered by city rivals Lazio with a score of 0-3 and drew 2-2 with Inter Milan.

After losing to Spezia in the Coppa Italia, AS Roma management claimed coach Paulo Fonseca would still lead Edin Dzeko et al in the Italian Serie A this weekend. Moreover, in the match they will again meet Spezia so that the match has the potential to become an arena for revenge.

However, according to Italian football expert Gianluca di Marzio, the Rossoneri management will start eyeing a new coach if Paulo Fonseca fails to revive the team’s performance. One name included in the hunt is the former Juventus coach and AC Milan, Massimiliano Allegri.

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As is known, after leaving Juventus at the end of the 2018/2019 season, Massimiliano Allegri was still unemployed.

However, bringing in Allegri will not be an easy task for AS Roma. The reason is, the Italian man is also being shot by Chelsea who are starting to consider sacking Frank Lampard due to the Blues’ poor appearance in the Premier League.

The name Massimiliano Allegri himself became known when he coached AC Milan in 2010/2011 and immediately led the Rossoneri to win the Scudetto in its inaugural season.

However, Allegri achieved great success together Juventus which he coached after he left the Rossoneri in 2014. Together with the Old Lady, he won 5 consecutive Italian Serie A scudettos.

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