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In the Press Conference before Juventus – Verona of tomorrow, the first game of the 2016, Max Allegri has left some interesting things, here are his words reported by the clubs official tweeter account.

“Good afternoon and Happy New Year to everyone, it’s been a while since we last saw each other!”

“We can’t afford to go into tomorrow’s match with the wrong approach. Verona have played well in their last two games.”

“#JuveVerona will be a tough game. It’s a little like the first match of the season and we’re duty bound to win.”

“The boys have come back in decent condition and trained well over the last week. The rest did us good.”

“The toughest thing after the break is to get right back into the swing of things from a psychological point of view.”

“Rugani or Caceres, Morata or Zaza? I still need to decide on both of those.”

“Who will play out wide? I could go with Lichtsteiner and either Alex Sandro or Evra.”

“Wishing the very best of luck to #Zidane at the start of his new career.”

“Barzagli’s the one who’s most behind in terms of his recovery, we’ll look how Mandzukic is for Sunday.”

“We’ve got four quality strikers and they each need to fight for a starting berth.”

“We already have a competitive squad. There aren’t many players who are capable of improving it.”

“There are 21 games to go & 63 points up for grabs. We’ve made up ground, the toughest challenge now is to keep on going”

“We need to remember the last three minutes of the Carpi game. They need to be a lesson for us.

“We must keep Toni and Pazzini out of our penalty area. They can cause problems for anyone in the box.”

“Hernanes performed well against City and Torino. He will be a useful player for us in the second half of the season.”

“We’ve already paid the price against so-called ‘smaller’ teams. Time to cut out the mistakes and push down on the pedal”

“I think this year’s Scudetto title will be decided in the final six games of the season.”

“Number of points required to win the title? I think this year it will be around the 82 mark.”