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Juventus coach Allegri upbeat about future after Fiorentina defeat

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Juventus coach Max Allegri had no complaints after their 2-0 defeat at Fiorentina for the final game of the season.

Alfred Duncan and a Nico Gonzalez penalty saw the hosts triumph.

“The first half was good, we made too many mistakes in the final third and should've done better in some situations, but there were also players who had practically not trained at all. Now we need to turn the page and prepare for next year," Allegri told Sky Sport Italia.

“I am happy because we are on the same page and many players naturally need to leave, Paulo Dybala and Federico Bernardeschi at the end of their contracts, so we just have to do everything with calm and focus to fix the squad.

“We already have five talented young players: Vlahovic, Locatelli, De Ligt, Chiesa, while Miretti had four good games. I think slowly they will improve.

“It's natural that you need a mix of youth and experience, as it's more difficult to win just with lots of young players. The veterans also help the younger players to grow and mature. We need balance when constructing the squad."

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