Juventus Manager Massimiliano Allegri jokingly wishes “good luck to all Coaches for the end of the season but a little less to Sarri”.
The Bianconeri Manager has won the Panchina d’Oro award for his achievements with La Vecchia Signora in 2017.
The Panchina d’Oro is awarded to the best Manager in Serie A over the course of a season.
Allegri won the award for the third time, beating Atalanta’s Gian Piero Gasperini in second and Napoli’s Maurizio Sarri in third.
Upon receiving his award Allegri made a speech.
“First of all I’d like to thank my players, who are giving me and the club extraordinary satisfaction.
“I dedicate this award to my staff, who allow me to be here today, but also to the club which allows me to sit on such a prestigious bench.
“I wish good luck to all Coaches for the end of the season. Sarri a little bit less!
“It will be Juventus-Napoli until the end. We have three head-to-head games, with Napoli and home and with Roma and Inter away.
“We have to approach the end of the season calmly, it will be a great experience.
“We have this Quarter-Final against Real Madrid and the Coppa Italia final, while we’re back in League action on Sunday against a Milan side that is doing good things.
“We need to be ready, we hope to get some players back and experience this season finale in the best way”.
Milan are sixth in Serie A after a poor start but since Gennaro Gattuso has taken over the Rossoneri have turned their season around as Il Diavolo are still unbeaten in the league in 2018.
“It’s always Juve-Milan, and since Gattuso has been on the bench they’ve been getting excellent results.
“It will be a tough game but we have to try to win to stay top of the League, then we’ll prepare for Real”.