The majority of our readers are of the opinion that the 45-year-old's poor run of form as coach of the Serie A giants is enough reason for him to be shown the doorMassimiliano Allegri is no longer the right man for AC Milan following the Rossoneri's disappointing start to the 2012-13 campaign.
The San Siro outfit have collected only three points from four Serie A games so far as Sampdoria, Atalanta and Udinese proved to be too strong for Milan in the opening weeks of the season. Additionally, Milan were held to a scoreless draw by Anderlecht in their Champions League opener, and the majority of Goal.com readers believe Allegri should be held responsible.
An impressive 1884 out of a total 2781 votes that came in since the opening of our poll after Sunday's loss want the former Cagliari boss to get the sack, whereas 897 people feel Allegri deserves more time to get Milan back on track.
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani assured on Sunday that Allegri's job is not in danger yet, while the beleaguered coach himself has also insisted that he is determined to turn things around.