Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri gestures towards his team during the Champions League quarterfinal second leg soccer match between Monaco and Juventus at Louis II stadium in Monaco, Wednesday, April 22, 2015. (AP Photo/Lionel Cironneau)
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When Massimiliano Allegri arrived in Turin last July, Juventus' ownership had set two goals for him – win a fourth straight "Scudetto" and reach the Champions League quarterfinals.The former AC Milan manager is set to do much better as Juve hold a 15-point lead in Serie A with seven games to play, are into the semifinals of Europe's most prestigious tournament and face Lazio in the Coppa Italia final, a trophy they have not won in 10 years.Allegri can easily switch from a three-men defense to a four-men one depending on who they face and the type of game they wish to employ.Juventus would probably need a miracle to win the Champions League, something they have failed to do for 19 years, but for now they would be more than happy to avoid one team.
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