Juventus' Paul Pogba (R) fights for the ball with Malmo's Pa Konate during their Champions League Group A soccer match at Juventus Stadium in Turin September 16, 2014. REUTERS/Giorgio Perottino
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Juventus are likely to need a shake-up at some point this season if they are to mount a serious challenge in the Champions League.New coach Massimiliano Allegri has so far left well alone after inheriting a team which won three successive Serie A titles under his predecessor Antonio Conte, who is now in charge of the Italian national side.It has worked well enough and Juventus have won their first three games of the season without conceding a goal, against Chievo, Udinese and Malmo Tuesday.After leading Juventus to the Serie A title with a record 102 points last season, Conte made it clear that the team had peaked and needed a significant shake-up.
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