If we want to create controversy we are all free to do so, however, it does not help anyone to talk about Dybala against Allegri and vice versa, and who does it is clearly seeking to destabilize the environment.
Obviously everyone expected a different ranking in the league while in the Champions League with two wins from three games no one can complain but when you change so much definitely you put in preventive to have difficulties.
Juventus tried to take the right players to excel in the standings and win again, definitely an investment was Dybala, one of those players that Juventus believes, however it takes time, it takes time to integrate it takes time to to put him in the centre of the rose and is a young player and like all young players should be assayed, understood, supported and not burned.
We believe that Allegri with young players he knows what to do, remember El Shaarawy? He launched Coman at 17 years and was not considered by many, he waited and managed at best Morata and certainly contributed in the past year to further growth of a player like Pogba, so you have to give confidence to Massimiliano Allegri in the management of the youth.
The “best thing” that we have heard these days is that Allegri would not play Dybala because he wants to take a revenge with the company for not having taken the playmaker he wanted, we consider this the biggest whopper that we could hear because the coach tries to do good of his team, Allegri is a good coach, smart, a person trying to win. Maybe not everyone likes him but last year he won, the real fans hope he does well this year because what counts is that then.
A Dybala case at Juve? We think not, we expect him in the starting elven with Atalanta and possibly a great protagonist.
adapted an article from tuttojuve.com