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Filippo Inzaghi on facing Allegri, Diego Lopez and Jeremy Menez


Milan coach Filippo Inzaghi says there is no problem between himself and former Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri.

The two were involved in an animated confrontation two years ago but Inzaghi has downplayed the incident.

"No, this is Milan against Juventus," the manager said.

"There was a misunderstanding [with Allegri] in the past but it's all history now. Let's just enjoy the game."

37-year-old goalkeeper Christian Abbiati is expected to be in goal after regular keeper Diego Lopez was sidelined for at least two weeks with a thigh injury.

"Let's be serious," Inzaghi said on Lopez' unfortunate own goal conceded at Parma.

"He's doing very well, he made a mistake but it can happen to anybody. I'm not worried because we have Abbiati and other very good goalkeepers in the squad. I'm sorry for Diego, we'll be waiting for him."

One player who is expected to shine against Juventus is Jeremy Menez and Inzaghi says he was not surprised by the midfielder's top-class start to the new season.

"No, I'm not surprised, I knew he was quality," Inzaghi added.

"I had no second thoughts when I saw we could sign him, he's a true professional, one of the first to arrive to training and one of the last to leave."

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