Juve’s Massimiliano Allegri still bitter over disallowed goal vs Roma

Juventus are in the midst of a rough stretch of results with most fingers in the Italian media being pointed at their manager, Massimiliano Allegri.

The veteran technician spoke ahead of Juve’s final engagement before the international break with Monza, and when asked about his main regrets in this season so far, Allegri pointed to Locatelli’s disallowed goal in the 1-1 draw with Roma.

“My biggest regret is Locatelli’s disallowed goal that would have allowed us to go up by two goals with Roma,” Allegri told Corriere della Sera.

“I don’t think about Salernitana, I just wanted those two extra points with Roma. We deserved them. We would have had a different place in the standings, we would have been very close to the others even with all the problems that we’re facing.”

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