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Massimiliano ALLEGRI
Out of Contract
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Full name Massimiliano Allegri ---
Date of Birth August 11, 1967
Birthplace Livorno, Italy
Nationality Italian
Team Out of Contract (since July 1, 2019)
Coach debut * Age 35 (July 1, 2003 - Aglianese Calcio, ITA)
*) As head coach at senior level
PLAYING CAREER
Position Central midfielder
Clubs Livorno (ITA - 1985-88), Pisa (ITA - 1988-89), Livorno (ITA - 1989-90), Pavia (ITA - 1990-91), Pescara (ITA - 1991-93), Cagliari (ITA - 1993-95), Perugia (ITA - 1995-97), Padova (ITA - 1997-98), Napoli (ITA - 1998), Pescara (ITA - 1998-00), Pistoiese (ITA - 2000-01), Aglianese (ITA - 2011-03)
Int. caps 0
Int. goals 0
World Cups 0 matches

 

COACHING CAREER
Season
Team
--
Lvl
No
Gms
2020-21
-
?
?
?
2019-20
-
-
-
-
2018-19 Juventus
1
-
38
2017-18 Juventus
1
-
38
2016-17 Juventus
1
-
38
2015-16 Juventus
1
-
38
2014-15  Juventus
1
-
38
2013-14 Milan
1
-
19
2012-13 Milan
1
-
38
2011-12 Milan
1
-
38
2010-11 Milan
1
-
38
2009-10 Cagliari
1
-
33
2008-09 Cagliari
1
-
38
2007-08 Sassuolo
3
-
34
2006-07 Grosseto
3
-
-
2005-06 Grosseto
3
-
-
2004-05 SPAL
3
-
34
2003-04 Aglianese
-
-
-
Lvl = League Level // Gms = Games in League //
No = Finishing spot in League


 

 

 

 

 

 


Massimiliano Allegri, coach of Milan in August 2012.
Credit: Creative Commons - cropped
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Teams coached (central column) +
TFR Coaches Rankings (right column)
2020-21 -
?
2019-20 -
-
2018-19 Juventus
8
2017-18 Juventus
8
2016-17 Juventus
4
2015-16 Juventus
13
2014-15 Juventus
8
2013-14 Milan
-
2012-13 Milan
19
2011-12 Milan
14
2010-11 Milan
12
2009-10 Cagliari
-
2008-09 Cagliari
-
2007-08 Sassuolo
-
Ass. = Assistant - Yth. = Youth




DID YOU KNOW ?

After spending the earlier part of his playing career in the lower leagues, Massimiliano Allegri was an outstanding performer for Pescara in Serie A. Despite the side's relegation in last place, there was no shortage of goals, and Allegri scored an impressive 12 goals from midfield.

He was banned for one year in 2001 with others six Italian footballers for match-fixing following a Coppa Italia tie in 2000.

In 2009 he was awarded the Panchina d'Oro (Golden bench), a prize given to the best Serie A football coach according to other coaches' votes.