Would you bring Allegri back to Juve?


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Juventinoo

Ertuğrul Oğlu Osman
Oct 20, 2004
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Commiserations @Snobist @Juventinoo
Today was not your day.
Why you drag me to the mud :p...

Every time am standing by Allegri and said we need to be patient until end of November ... i think you mistaken me with someone else ....

This win , even with Malmo, is the basic block going forward ....

boy shifting from Sarri’s and Pirlo’s is too hard :lol2:

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Beating Malmo away is such an accomplishment. The bar has gone the lowest i guess :(
Thanks for the win. After a terrible start in serie a
We need this win to gain confidence, momentum, memorize the movements, .... it is not a low bar , our team mentality really winded out for two years now ... by December the bar will rise again
 

Hist

Founder of Hism
Jan 18, 2009
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  • Hist

    Hist

First of all, i dont think that will happen. He is here for the long run.

Secondly, if that wasnt the case, i would give him until december, i think is pretty fair.

If in december we are still struggling super bad, i think the street is the only option. But that applies to any coach, not only him.
December is too soon. We know we have a good coach. We disagree on how good he is but I don't think anyone thinks that he is a bad coach or any worse than the other coaches in Serie A.

If December comes around and we are still really poor and Zidane or Conte are available then maybe. If the alternative are some unknowns or the likes of gasperini then we might as well stick with him because they won't do better than him.
 
May 11, 2004
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    JCK

December is too soon. We know we have a good coach. We disagree on how good he is but I don't think anyone thinks that he is a bad coach or any worse than the other coaches in Serie A.

If December comes around and we are still really poor and Zidane or Conte are available then maybe. If the alternative are some unknowns or the likes of gasperini then we might as well stick with him because they won't do better than him.
You should read more posts to see that there are many who think so.
 
Mar 6, 2003
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December is too soon. We know we have a good coach. We disagree on how good he is but I don't think anyone thinks that he is a bad coach or any worse than the other coaches in Serie A.

If December comes around and we are still really poor and Zidane or Conte are available then maybe. If the alternative are some unknowns or the likes of gasperini then we might as well stick with him because they won't do better than him.
Btw, i was talking about december as a final line if we maintained the trend of our first 3 serie A games.... AKA being in the middle of the table or worse by december.

If that happened, i think a sacking is inevitable. But i dont think that is even possible to be honest. Very unlikely
 

Bianconero_Aus

Beppe Marotta Is My God
May 26, 2009
70,397
First clean sheet since March!
Hopefully this is the start of the De-Pirlofication.
More boring 1-0 and 2-0 wins please.

Just need our defensive stability back ASAP and then we can worry about how many we score down the other end.

Our defence has been a disgrace over the past two seasons and I have no doubts that Max’s number one priority is to shore up our backline again. Without Szczesny’s 3 fuckups our defensive record this season would already look much better.
 
May 17, 2019
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December is too soon. We know we have a good coach. We disagree on how good he is but I don't think anyone thinks that he is a bad coach or any worse than the other coaches in Serie A.

If December comes around and we are still really poor and Zidane or Conte are available then maybe. If the alternative are some unknowns or the likes of gasperini then we might as well stick with him because they won't do better than him.
We have switched around too much, from Allegri to Sarri to Pirlo to Allegri, it wouldn't make sense to switch again unless the situation is really, really dire. As you said everyone knows Max is a quality coach (unlike Pirlo), so I hope we give him some continuity even if he doesn't win the Scudetto this season, we won't get anywhere if we start a new project every year.
 
Aug 10, 2017
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We have switched around too much, from Allegri to Sarri to Pirlo to Allegri, it wouldn't make sense to switch again unless the situation is really, really dire. As you said everyone knows Max is a quality coach (unlike Pirlo), so I hope we give him some continuity even if he doesn't win the Scudetto this season, we won't get anywhere if we start a new project every year.
Obviously this is being treated as a transition year with money being saved for next year
 

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