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IlCapitano

Senior Member
Dec 16, 2012
5,614
the moment khedira, sarri and ramsey got acceptable offers they signed their termination of contract.

allegri won't be able to get any other jobs if and when he's still contracted to juventus. either he wants to retire (and there's an article in circulation quoting allegri he'll retire around 2024 or something) or he'll look for an other job and will be forced to terminate his contract with juve when he gets an acceptable offer. that's why i want inda/marotta to the rescue.
Please explain how this would be a good thing for us?

You think Max is finished to the point he'd make Inter worse? You don't think Marotta would build him a team to win Scudettos there too?

Or you just want him gone no matter what?
 

Hist

Founder of Hism
Jan 18, 2009
10,948
They are not sacking him
He is not resigning
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They only thing we can hope for is to get better soon
4th place and qualification to CL
I think its the max this team with Allegri can achieve
3 years without challenging really cements the lowered expectations. We still went into this season with the objective of winning the title. Next season we won’t have that.

And if we exit the CL which now looks very likely, that takes us from being a big team that’s struggling for consistency in the league but could bounce back to team that is grateful to feature in CL at all and if they’re lucky they qualify to r16

We still have much more financial power and pull in the market to attract and afford big names and to do big mercatos with lots of new incoming players. That won’t be true if we drop out and have another 4th finish.

It’ll get increasingly harder to bounce back when we can’t make signings like Vlahovic and Di Maria anymore. Not to mention not being able to pay big salaries for top coaches. We’ll be back to trying with relative unknowns like Ferrara and Del Neri hoping we’d stumble into a Conte.

We are not United. Our finances take a massive hit with every new low on the pitch and our brand doesn’t benefit from being in the EPL. We’d be more like the fallen Milan of the last decade. Big name, but poor, can’t afford nor attract top coaches or top players and playing in a shit league no one wants to go to
 
Apr 12, 2004
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How has Montero been performing for our U19.. no need to sack Allegri but put him as U19 coach and get Montero to our First team..

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Yea, that's how it works....

If you had a job as an accountant and they were like, okay, you're now our janitor, would you be down with that? Be smart. Often times these are different entities.
 

s4tch

Senior Member
Mar 23, 2015
22,577
Please explain how this would be a good thing for us?
simple: if they sack inzaghi and would hire allegri for next season, and max would agree to join, then he can't do that without ending his juve contract.

at this point i don't give a shit about max's potential impact at inda or anywhere else. he's not the same coach anymore, that's why we're in deep shit.
 

DanielSz

Senior Member
Sep 6, 2014
10,317
How has Montero been performing for our U19.. no need to sack Allegri but put him as U19 coach and get Montero to our First team..

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They lead the league in goals and are in second place. Seems hes gotten good reviews for his work, but I haven't watched any of their games so idk anything about his style of play, etc.
 

juve123

Senior Member
Aug 10, 2017
13,347
How has Montero been performing for our U19.. no need to sack Allegri but put him as U19 coach and get Montero to our First team..

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We have scored the most number of goals for u-19 team and there are clear attacking patterns visible so could be short term option till Italiano becomes available in June next year with his release clause.
 

Ronn

#TeamPestoFlies
May 3, 2012
18,341
the moment khedira, sarri and ramsey got acceptable offers they signed their termination of contract.

allegri won't be able to get any other jobs if and when he's still contracted to juventus. either he wants to retire (and there's an article in circulation quoting allegri he'll retire around 2024 or something) or he'll look for an other job and will be forced to terminate his contract with juve when he gets an acceptable offer. that's why i want inda/marotta to the rescue.
I thought there's a rule that you can't coach 2 Serie A clubs in one season.
 

DanielSz

Senior Member
Sep 6, 2014
10,317
bonucci is public enemy number one despite being among the best players of all time for juve, but no one cares cuz he sucks now.

but allegri gets a pass cuz 3-0 barca. it's unbelievable how much the fans think the coach is bigger than the club
its always been like that though, Conte had an army even after he quit. He still has one now actually (I wouldnt be against it fwiw, but I still hated him for years for quitting + choking in Europe)
 

Leendiz

Junior Member
Feb 14, 2018
362
I would of thought he would of been gone today if it was going to happen.. seems to me we all better strap ourselves in and watch this shit show until the world Cup or longer
 

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