Published On: Mon, Oct 7th, 2013

AC Milan coach under threat

Max AllegriMassimiliano Allegri’s position as AC Milan coach is being considered by president Silvio Berlusconi following his side’s 3-2 defeat away to Juventus.

Two goals from Sulley Muntari were not enough for the Rossoneri who had Philippe Mexes sent off, with the result leaving them in 12th position in Serie A.

Milan have now conceded thirteen goals in seven games, and only Bologna and Sassuolo have conceded more this season.

Tuttomercatoweb.com report that Berlusconi will soon make a decision regarding Allegri’s future and this could be dependent on the games against Udinese and Parma following the upcoming international break.

Vice-president Adriano Galliani has also commented on Milan’s defensive record, as reported by Tuttosport.

“The 13 goals conceded are [too] many, only Sassuolo and Bologna have conceded more than us, but we have the fifth best offense. We must work on defense, but we are scoring a lot of goals,” stated Galliani.

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