Why Massimiliano Allegri is not ideal for Arsenal

When Antonio Conte chose to leave Juventus in 2014, the fans were left devastated.

They just lost their former captain and revolutionary coach, a man who took them from the depths of seventh place and turned them into champions. They went unbeaten in their first season under him but more than results, Conte created a culture of winning, demanding nothing but perfection.

But after three years, Juventus weren't enough for him anymore. Conte had set his sights on higher targets, wanting better players and bigger challenges to contend with. Juventus couldn't satisfy his demands and in his words, didn't have what it takes to win the coveted Champions League trophy.

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