“I'm not surprised. To b21点官网e honest, Allegri's game is less aggressive and doesn't quite have the speed of Antonio Conte's Juve. His game is more about patience, with a little more dribbling.
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“You have to wait [to reserve judgment] because Allegri is doing a good job. The season is long and insidious, although Allegri's Juve is more suitable both nationally and internationally.”
“We were a formidable team at European level, which Juventus in recent years have failed to be, and had no controversy. But I think that in order for Juventus to reach their 1990s level, they still have to grow.
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“I do not see myself in today's football. There aren't any players with the quality and versatility that I had, along with others of [my time].
“His Juve is a little bit below Conte's Juve, but I think that it's giving them great benefits because it can win games.
The former Italy attacker represented both sides during his playing career, and he has explained that neither the international break nor contrasting form of the two outfits should impact on proceedings this weekend.
The former Bianconero youth team Coach reflected on Max Allegri’s impact at the club since his summer arrival.
“I don't think that there is a player in Lazio or Juventus' squad with the features or characteristics that I or others had.”
“At Juve we played in a 4-3-3 trident. We attacked the opponents and exerted pressure. It really was a different team, totally different. Now it's not even comparable with how it was then.
Fabrizio Ravanelli cannot pick a winner out of Lazio and Juventus ahead of Week 12's meeting between the two clubs in Serie A.
“They want to prove their worth and show that they can fight for the third place, which they're capable of.”
Ravanelli then benchmarked the current Juve side against the one he featured in during the 1990s and felt there was 'no comparison' between the two generations.
“Juve should come back [from the break] very well because it is on the back a sensational victory [against Parma] and a period in which some players have performed very strongly,” Ravanelli told Tuttojuve.