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Massimiliano Allegri: We're fully concentrated on the next challenges


Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri says his side is eager to register their first win of the season in the Serie A.

The reigning champions suffered two defeats in their first two games of the season and desperately need all three points against Chievo to kick start their campaign.

"We need to bring home a first win of the season against a team that sits top of the table and is playing well," Allegri told reporters.

"In contrast to previous years, they will come to Turin to play without pressure and may even look to get a victory themselves.

"Starting from tomorrow, we enter a busy run of a match every three days, every one of which is important and needs to be dealt with the utmost, undivided attention.

"We need to be realistic about the two losses. We know that we need to win tomorrow, but we should not be tense or play with fear. The name of the game is to play with a clear head and confidence of getting the points.

"At Juventus there's no such thing as a transitional period. We always play to win and that's the right way of going about it.

"We're fully concentrated on the next challenges and will work towards being in a stronger position in the league as well as having kicked off our Champions League campaign in positive fashion."

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