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Badass J Elkann

It's time to go!!
Feb 12, 2006
65,032
Once we extended his contract , I think it was already curtains for Bonucci.

Club picked Allegri over Bonucci. Time will tell whether this turned out to be a good decision or a bad decision.

I don't know why, but I'm getting vibes of how this same Allegri let Pirlo go to us. And it bit Milan like real hard.

Let's hope this doesn't happen to us.
And when results start to go against us guess who will be in the firing line? Allegri.
 

Stephan

Senior Member
Nov 9, 2005
16,376
Lets say hypothetically that we dont win the league next season, nor CL, will Allegri be actually here long term? Meanwhile Bonucci could be playing for Milan 6-7 years. Barzagli is 6 years older than Bonucci, so BonBon still has 5-6 good years in him.
 
Mar 10, 2009
8,098
Alex Ferguson also sold the players he fell out with; Stam, Beckham, Van Nistlerooy etc.
I guess if Bonucci really caused those issues in the CL then he deserves to go.
 

Badass J Elkann

It's time to go!!
Feb 12, 2006
65,032
Lets say hypothetically that we dont win the league next season, nor CL, will Allegri be actually here long term? Meanwhile Bonucci could be playing for Milan 6-7 years. Barzagli is 6 years older than Bonucci, so BonBon still has 5-6 good years in him.
The board won't care they will not admit to their mistakes just put it down to allegri's incompetence
 
Mar 30, 2006
3,747
Big tough guy Allegri will sell anyone that questions him. Giant pussy. He only wants "good little soldiers".
I take Allegri over Bonucci all day. The coach is boss and Bonucci can be replaced rather easily but Rugani or Benatia.

Allegri is the one who makes the team compete at the highest level. Bonucci was a liability for his first 2 or 3 years and now that he has peaked he thinks he boss around people. HE forgets Barzagli covered for him for years
 

K.O.

Senior Member
Nov 24, 2005
13,883
If the Cardiff half-time story is true, I salute Allegri for getting rid of Bonucci and coming out for the defense of Dybala and Barzagli.

The blame should be placed on Marotta for not milking the Chinese for some more money... and Bonucci the snake.
 

Bufi

Senior Member
Dec 21, 2010
659
Allegri does what he did in Milan.. When he offload Pirlo and many players.. He is doing that here now ! How can we sell Bonnuci when we know Chiellini and Barzagli have more than 33 years... Last year we had completely new midfield and now we will have new defence, and we want to win CHL? HOW? Does Real sell their best players?Barca? Bayern ? FUCK
 

Cronios

Juventolog
Jun 7, 2004
27,410
The owners did impose strict transparency rules on our higher management!
Marotta was hired with that in mind, he wasn't the best manager we could get, but they respected him for his transparent behavior. After calciopoli, it was considered a priority to be an example of fair sportsmanship conduct, so that we cleared any dark shades that still stained our image.
We are not keeping anyone against his will and Juventus never tolerated vedetism.
No player was above the team, even if that player was R Baggio or ZZ

I believe that this is what the fans should do too, the ones who support Juventus will keep supporting Juventus, the ones who have a mancrush on Bonucci can follow him at Milan.

Allegri did tried to keeo Bonucci in line and even after the first grave incident, he came forward and said that there is no bad blood between them and that Bonucci was the victim of an exemplary discipline sanction that was bound to happen, so that order is preserved.
But Bonucci was so lost in his arrogance, that just wouldn't cooperate, even when the CL final was at stake...
 

pitbull

Senior Member
Jul 26, 2007
11,045
If the Cardiff halftime story is true and Bonucci really slapped Dybala because he didn't like his performance in the first half and then stated that Barzagli needs to get subbed, it's fucking hilarious, because Bonucci was among our worst players that day
 

da_ledgeaun

The Juve Freak
Jun 2, 2007
6,576
This guy and marotta are poisoning this club's future.
What if it was Bonucci and Alves who potentially could have poisoned our future? For me Bon Bon was never indispensable, only Buffon,Dybala and Alex Sandro are right now.. and we're getting 40Million from a 30 year old, yes, we should have gotten higher but he wouldnt move unless it was in Italy, and its better to get some money while we can, and no he won't strengthen Milan more than any other good cb Milan would have gotten..
 

Stephan

Senior Member
Nov 9, 2005
16,376
If the Cardiff halftime story is true and Bonucci really slapped Dybala because he didn't like his performance in the first half and then stated that Barzagli needs to get subbed, it's $#@!ing hilarious, because Bonucci was among our worst players that day
Very unprofessional behaviour from Bonucci if true. You cant really criticize anyone else here. He is 30 year old man now, not some 22 year old punk and should lead by example, not attack his teammates or question his manager tactics. Schoolboy level behaviour.
 

Cronios

Juventolog
Jun 7, 2004
27,410
Now that he left, I can reveal to the ones yet not know, that there were more that words exchanged that day in the half time, rumors say that there was a fistfight. Bonucci and Dances have a big mouth, soon or later more will be revealed.
At any case, it is unacceptable to show such disrespect on your coach and Bonucci did that more than once.
Allegri, before taking the last decision to stay, demanded order in the locker room and so order has come!
 

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