(corrects 'third' to 'sixth', 4th graf). Turin, June 14 - Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri said Wednesday he had thought of quitting after the Bianconeri's 4-1 defeat to Real Madrid in the Champions League final at Cardiff, only to rethink and decide to "start again". "I had to reflect, look inside myself, and I decided to continue, I spoke to the club," Allegri said. "There are all the premises to play another great season, even though it will be very hard after the last three years". Juve did the league-cup double for a record third consecutive time last season and notched up a record sixth (RPT sixth) straight scudetto. Allegri last week extended his contract with Juve, who lost the 2015 Champions League final to Barcelona, up to 2020. Goalie and skipper Gianluigi Buffon said yesterday he might play on for another season if Juve lift the Champions trophy next year.
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