Former Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri discussed his football philosophy in an interview with the Polish newspaper Przeglad Sportowy from Warsaw, where he is attending a conference on the fight against cancer "You can't do everything by yourself and my principle has always been to surround myself with clever people. A coach has to create a positive working evironment, share responsibilities with others and solve problems together. I listen more than I talk."
Allegri was also asked about his future, but was quite elusive on this topic: "I don't speak English well yet, but I'm learning", the coach said to the reporters asking him about a possible future at Manchester United, should Solskjaer be sacked. "I love to test myself and when I joined Juve after Conte, many people thought that I would fail".
Finally, Allegri was asked about one of the main players during his tenure with Juventus, Mario Mandzukic, who doesn't seem to be part of the Bianconeri new course: "He is a special player. He changed many clubs in the past, but now he reached his fifth season with Juventus and that is one of my biggest achievements", concluded the coach.