Antonio Conte (8 Viewers)

How would you rate Conte's (dis)appointment?

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Juve92

Senior Member
Jan 18, 2016
1,688
As much as I like Allegri, I think we need this guy back more than anything. It's a shame that we're on such bad terms with him currently. He knew how to turn even the most mediocre players like Simone Pepe into stars. Our players, with their half hearted performances, need a kick up their backside every match and this man knows how to do that. Allegri was perfect only once Conte had moulded an excellent squad out of nothing. We need to start from scratch again with this guy.
Fuck Conte!
 

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Jäger

New Member
May 2, 2021
46
Sure, he's an arrogant POS and a traitor, but speaking hypothetically I think he would have worked wonders with this current squad. His results speak for themselves. Taking 7th place Juve and 10th place Chelsea to league winners in his first season is nothing short of incredible, not to mention how he almost eliminated WC winners Germany with a team of nobodies like Eder and Pelle in that Italian 2016 squad. Yes, he doesn't have a good champions league record either but given that for the near future UCL is probably beyond our sights and no longer a priority, hiring him to bring us back to domestic success from scratch (which he's seemingly good at) would have made sense, and tbh, with a bit of luck I'm certain he'd do very well in Europe too. He's the most logical solution at the moment for us but unfortunately its impossible to see him back on our bench. Zidane and Allegri are the ideal appointments at this stage.
 

zizinho

Senior Member
Apr 14, 2013
46,855
Sure, he's an arrogant POS and a traitor, but speaking hypothetically I think he would have worked wonders with this current squad. His results speak for themselves. Taking 7th place Juve and 10th place Chelsea to league winners in his first season is nothing short of incredible, not to mention how he almost eliminated WC winners Germany with a team of nobodies like Eder and Pelle in that Italian 2016 squad. Yes, he doesn't have a good champions league record either but given that for the near future UCL is probably beyond our sights and no longer a priority, hiring him to bring us back to domestic success from scratch (which he's seemingly good at) would have made sense, and tbh, with a bit of luck I'm certain he'd do very well in Europe too. He's the most logical solution at the moment for us but unfortunately its impossible to see him back on our bench. Zidane and Allegri are the ideal appointments at this stage.
Funny narratives. You sure you're not Fake Melo?
 

Elvin

monochrome
Nov 25, 2005
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Sure, he's an arrogant POS and a traitor, but speaking hypothetically I think he would have worked wonders with this current squad. His results speak for themselves. Taking 7th place Juve and 10th place Chelsea to league winners in his first season is nothing short of incredible, not to mention how he almost eliminated WC winners Germany with a team of nobodies like Eder and Pelle in that Italian 2016 squad. Yes, he doesn't have a good champions league record either but given that for the near future UCL is probably beyond our sights and no longer a priority, hiring him to bring us back to domestic success from scratch (which he's seemingly good at) would have made sense, and tbh, with a bit of luck I'm certain he'd do very well in Europe too. He's the most logical solution at the moment for us but unfortunately its impossible to see him back on our bench. Zidane and Allegri are the ideal appointments at this stage.
His revolutions happened also thanks to not being in Europe. Conte sucks balls in cup competitions. We need to win in Europe, league is not enough.
 

Jäger

New Member
May 2, 2021
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His revolutions happened also thanks to not being in Europe. Conte sucks balls in cup competitions. We need to win in Europe, league is not enough.
Bold of you to assume that we'll even qualify for champions league let alone contend for it. Re-establishing our dominance in Italy is more important right now, winning the champions league is a secondary concern.
 

Elvin

monochrome
Nov 25, 2005
33,523
Bold of you to assume that we'll even qualify for champions league let alone contend for it. Re-establishing our dominance in Italy is more important right now, winning the champions league is a secondary concern.
Winning CL should be this club's one and only concern IMO.
 

Juve_fanatic

Second coolest member!
Apr 5, 2006
7,125
I know coaches and players are peofessionals and its their job to do what they do, but i just can not understand how Conte could have gone to inter. Its just unbelievable. He was our captain for what, 9 years? Also, im sure he was familiar with what inter and Morati did to us with Calciopolli. I just cant understand it. One of the biggest traitors ever.
 

Inglip

Senior Member
Jul 29, 2011
2,315
I know coaches and players are peofessionals and its their job to do what they do, but i just can not understand how Conte could have gone to inter. Its just unbelievable. He was our captain for what, 9 years? Also, im sure he was familiar with what inter and Morati did to us with Calciopolli. I just cant understand it. One of the biggest traitors ever.
He got caught in a ponzi scheme, he need money lol. But Im sure he would have done it without that
 

K.O.

Senior Member
Nov 24, 2005
12,836
I know coaches and players are peofessionals and its their job to do what they do, but i just can not understand how Conte could have gone to inter. Its just unbelievable. He was our captain for what, 9 years? Also, im sure he was familiar with what inter and Morati did to us with Calciopolli. I just cant understand it. One of the biggest traitors ever.
Let's be honest, that 2019 summer he would've jumped at the opportunity to rejoin us but we went for freaking Sarri. And a lot of deluded Juve fans actually wanted Sarri over Conte because they were still butthurt over the "100 euro restaurant" comments he said ages ago.
 
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Let's be honest, that 2019 summer he would've jumped at the opportunity to rejoin us but we went for freaking Sarri. And a lot of deluded Juve fans actually wanted Sarri over Conte because they were still butthurt over the "100 euro restaurant" comments he said ages ago.
I remember rumors of the club considering Conte and Agnelli vetoing his return.
 
May 17, 2019
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Yep. The idea back then was to change our skin and become more of Pep Guardiola side. It surely would've sounded stupid at the time to move from Allegri back to Conte again. But choosing Sarri to start that transformation was a destructive move.
The team had lost a lot of grittiness post Cardiff, Conte coming in to fire the squad up and resolve the fitness issues made perfect sense at the time (at least for me). Sarri lacked a lot in man-mgmt, it seemed that the only player he got through to was Dybala, the rest never fully bought in. Maybe Pipita did, but even that guy continued to fade away from pro footie under Sarri.
 

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