Juventus have confirmed Massimiliano Allegri has returned as their new head coach, taking over from Andrea Pirlo. (More Football News)
Rookie coach Pirlo could only manage a fourth-placed finish in Serie A in 2020-21, and a Coppa Italia triumph was not enough for the club legend to keep his job.
It is Allegri â who guided Juve to five straight Serie A titles and two Champions League finals between 2014 and 2019 â who Juve have turned to.
Using Opta data, Stats Perform analyses the key numbers and statistics from Allegri's first, trophy-laden spell in charge of the Old Lady.
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Juve's two highest-scoring seasons dating back as far as 1930 have both come under the stewardship of Allegri.
In fact, Allgeri is responsible three of the seven Juventus seasons during which they have netted 100 goals or more â alongside his predecessor Pirlo, Antonio Conte and Jesse Carver.
Allegri guided Juventus to 26 home wins in 2016-17 â the highest total produced by the club in a single campaign dating back to at least 1930 â while his 2017-18 season (which was also the campaign in which Juve netted 112 goals) saw the Bianconeri record 18 away wins, the most in any season since 1930.
TOP OF THE CHARTS
Only one coach in Juve's history, Giovanni Trapattoni, hasÂ overseen more league games than Allegri's 190.
Juve amassed 142 victories, giving Allegri a win percentage of 74.74, clear of second-placed Conte (72.81), who managed 83 triumphs from 114 matches.
During his five seasons with Juve, Allegri suffered just 20 league defeats, with his team scoring 380 goals and conceding 125 in return, averaging 2.39 points per game.
HEAD-TO-HEAD: ALLEGRI V CONTE
Allegri succeeded Conte at Juve in 2014, with the latter â who has just left Inter having guided the Nerazzurri to their first Serie A title in 11 years â taking over as Italy coach.
Conte spent three seasons with Juve, starting their title streak thatÂ Allegri and subsequently Maurizio Sarri would go on to continue.
In total, Allegri was in charge of Juve for 271 games in all competitions, overseeing 191 wins (a 70.48 success rate), 43 draws and 37 defeats.
Conte had 151 matches at the helm, recording 102 victories â 67.55 per cent â and 34 draws. However, his Juve team lost on just 15 occasions, at an average of five per season.