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Post Ironic

Senior Member
Feb 9, 2013
39,373
Im confused,

You did a 180 on allegri? just curious.

if so, when that happened? i think you were one of his most fervent defenders
Said the same thing last year. He had the entire season to right the ship, and should be on a short leash this season. Results need to come first and foremost, and preferably alongside improved performances like those seen in his first ~4 years here. If he can’t get us results over the next couple months he should be gone before winter mercato.
 

Hydde

Minimiliano Tristelli
Mar 6, 2003
38,446
Said the same thing last year. He had the entire season to right the ship, and should be on a short leash this season. Results need to come first and foremost, and preferably alongside improved performances like those seen in his first ~4 years here. If he can’t get us results over the next couple months he should be gone before winter mercato.
Yeh i was confused dont mind me.
 

Karim30

Allegri is back, life is back.
May 6, 2012
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Said the same thing last year. He had the entire season to right the ship, and should be on a short leash this season. Results need to come first and foremost, and preferably alongside improved performances like those seen in his first ~4 years here. If he can’t get us results over the next couple months he should be gone before winter mercato.
By November so that the new coach gets to work with the not going to the world cup part of the squad (not a small number of our players are not going).
I would also sack him if we lose against Benfica next Wednesday.
 
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Post Ironic

Senior Member
Feb 9, 2013
39,373
Allegri in his first 3 seasons at Juve sure. Lost that magic touch post Cardiff.
Oh please. 2017-18 was one of his best seasons at the club. 95 pt domestic double. Most goals scored (86) in modern Juve history, biggest goal differential. Smashed Milan 4-0 in Coppa final. Knocked out of CL QFs on a last second goal by eventual winner who won three straight titles.

2018-19 was the season it fell apart. Not 2017-18. That was a great season.
 

Strickland

Senior Member
May 17, 2019
4,065
Oh please. 2017-18 was one of his best seasons at the club. 95 pt domestic double. Most goals scored (86) in modern Juve history, biggest goal differential. Smashed Milan 4-0 in Coppa final. Knocked out of CL QFs on a last second goal by eventual winner who won three straight titles.

2018-19 was the season it fell apart. Not 2017-18. That was a great season.
What I meant is that in 17-18 that switch in February/March didnt happen, we grinded our way through the season and had good results, but didnt reach our potential like we did in spring 2016 or winter/early spring of 2017
 

Vlad

In Allegri We Trust
May 23, 2011
21,183
To his credit if reports are to believe Allegri wanted complete squad overhaul after Cardiff.

If Paratici had of listened then we would probably of cleared out Dybala, Sandro, Rugani etc years ago and could of been in a much healthier position now.
Ifs... maybe we wouldnt have won then the next 2 titles... Then eventually we would have won the last season or the season before. Pure guesswork. But right now he has a very strong squad that is underperforming and he has to act now and fix it. The option to replace him mid season are underwhelming though so Im afraid unless we completely implode hes gonna stay until the end of season. Huge fan of his previous work but since he returned he cant seem to find a fix.

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Im not a fan of stats in football but this is so fucking bad.
 
Oct 17, 2005
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To his credit if reports are to believe Allegri wanted complete squad overhaul after Cardiff.
It means he wanted to have a squad full of old experienced has been that would do part of his job for him to mask his deficiencies as a coach.

Allegri hasn't changed or improved his coaching style since then, let's be real here, there are system coaches even at amateur level, so for Allegri to be completely inept at implementing a system while being one of the highest paid coach in the world can only mean he is either simply not capable or he refuses to do so, either way don't make it looks any good on him.

Don't blame people who has started to think that Allegri chickened out from coaching Madrid and fleeced JJ to get his last big salary because he knew he would get exposed at other teams.

As a professional trained on the highest level and who is expected to compete on that level, it should not be excused that any coaches like Allegri couldn't implement any kind of system that can make a group of one of the highest paid athletes in the sports play their game decently and not looking worse than amateurs at their job.
 

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