Former Juventus coach Fabio Capello has said he believes Antonio Conte was wrong to order Juve's players in for training on Monday as punishment after they threw away a two-goal lead to draw with Hellas Verona.
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Conte scrapped his side's day off after they let their advantage slip to draw 2-2 in Verona. He showed them a video of the game, picking out all the points that had not impressed him.
But Gazzetta dello Sport reported Capello as saying: "I've never been one to do this kind of thing.
"I've never dealt out any such punishment. It's not my way of thinking. I like to reason, talk and find solutions."
Conte has warned his players that the title race is not over. He put them through a light workout and spent most of the morning analysing what had gone wrong after Carlos Tevez put the Serie A leaders two goals ahead.
Giorgio Chiellini was only involved in the analytical part of the session, however, with a calf strain preventing him from training.
A scan showed the defender had not torn a muscle and, although he is unlikely to feature against Chievo at the weekend, he should be fit for the Europa League last-32 tie with Trabzonspor on Feb. 20.