Massimiliano Allegri wants Juve to bounce back

Massimiliano AllegriJuventus coach Massimiliano Allegri and many price per head agents want to see the Turin giants qualify from Group A of the UEFA Champions League even though Greek side Olympiacos beat them on Wednesday.

The champions of the Serie A lost 1-0 for a second time in a row in this competition due to a goal scored by Pajtim Kasami at the Karaiskakis Stadium in the first half of the game.

Olympiacos turned to keeper Roberto, who was able to make a great performance in the second half to beat Juve.

In Group A, the Turiun side are now sitting in third place behind Atletico Madrid and Olympiacos, but Allegri, the team’s coach, wants to see them advance.

“I’m full of optimism and I’m convinced we’ll manage to go through.” said the coach, and many fans are also very optimistic that they’ll see the team make it far in this competition.

But Allegri knows that Juve must improve if they want things to change for the better.

Loic Remy hopes to be fit enough to take on United

Loic Remy-ChelseaLoic Remy, France international who is very famous with sports software services around the world, believes that he will be fit and ready in Sunday’s clash between Chelsea and Manchester United.

On Tuesday, the striker was the one to score the opening goal when the Blues gave Maribor a thrashing of 6-0 in the UEFA Champions League, but the player’s joy came to an abrupt end as he had no choice but to leave the game due to an injury to the groin, leaving many mans that follow Chelsea very concerned.

The player ended up being replaced 16 minutes into the game, and, as the very talented Diego Costa is dealing with a hamstring problem, it seemed as if Didier Drogba would turn out to be the Blues’ only striker with enough fitness before the team visits United.

Remy, who is a former frontman for QPR, is very hopeful of being fit enough to take on United, as this season, the leaders of the Premier League will try to keep their excellent start, and advance even more.

Mata said that Mourinho didn’t speak to him during his time at Chelsea

Juan Mata-ChelseaOn Monday, Juan Mata, who is very well known with pay per head agents all over the world for his talents on the pitch, said that at Chelsea there was “no relationship” between himself and Jose Mourinho.

In January, the Spanish midfielder left the Blues and joined the ranks of Manchester United as the Portuguese manager apparently froze him out. Mourinho joined Chelsea at the beginning of the 2013-2014 season of the Premier League.

Last season, Mata was only able to play in 13 of the Blues’ first 22 Premier League games, and the coach said many times that the player was not putting enough effort into the game.

And even though the 26-year-old still doesn’t have a starting position, the player believes that he’s better off with United.

“For better or for worse, we had no relationship, there was no dialogue,” said Mata.

“I was not happy, but always gave the most and respected my colleagues. You never know what will happen in life.”