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juve123

Senior Member
Aug 10, 2017
15,578
Cassano attacking Allegri:

“Since he relies on results and hasn't won anything in these 3 years, he should step back.”

“Juventus has 17 internationals and spent 160mln€, yet they play terribly, unable to complete three passes.”

“When he says Juventus should aim for fourth place, he's mocking everyone. Look at Bologna, playing wonderful football with just 1.50€ spent.”

“Pioli has been crucified because he's not friendly with journalists, yet he won a Serie A title and reached a Champions League semifinal. Allegri is always well-regarded despite his total failure.”
 

Amer

Senior Member
Feb 13, 2005
9,933
Realistically - Atalanta are probably out.
Juve vs Bologna vs Roma
Consistency is key and Roma arent the most consistent.
We are still more likely than unlikely to achieve top 4 but Roma and Bologna are still in this.
Yes, but our game-plan is still the main problem. I mean the lack of even the basic game-plan.

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Cassano attacking Allegri:

“Since he relies on results and hasn't won anything in these 3 years, he should step back.”

“Juventus has 17 internationals and spent 160mln€, yet they play terribly, unable to complete three passes.”

“When he says Juventus should aim for fourth place, he's mocking everyone. Look at Bologna, playing wonderful football with just 1.50€ spent.”

“Pioli has been crucified because he's not friendly with journalists, yet he won a Serie A title and reached a Champions League semifinal. Allegri is always well-regarded despite his total failure.”
OMG this guy is a complete idiot and I always hated him, but he's like totally right.
 

Badass J Elkann

It's time to go!!
Feb 12, 2006
66,628
25% possession against this Fiorentina at our own home, of course our young players aren't going to grow and develop. Even if we miraculously won a real treble despite playing like this for a full season, it would still be a valid reason to label the coach as a fraud and to sack him after the last trophy got collected.
Some thinks he deserves another year in charge :lol:
 

Badass J Elkann

It's time to go!!
Feb 12, 2006
66,628
BREAKING NEWS : Max Allegri
clash and tension with the club and some of the players after the match against Fiorentina. He does not feel protected by society.


[Luca Momblano]

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Fuck knows what protection allegri is expecting. 3 years in charge shit football, no progress. He's been more than protected for not being sacked sooner. Anyways good riddance, I expect something official to be announced in the next week or 2 regarding his future.
 

Orgut

Senior Member
Dec 31, 2002
18,319
Yes, but our game-plan is still the main problem. I mean the lack of even the basic game-plan.

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OMG this guy is a complete idiot and I always hated him, but he's like totally right.
Ok so taking the last 6 games as form for the remaining 7 games.
Currently 31 games for all but Atalanta on 30 games:
Juve 62
Bologna 58
Roma 55
Atalanta 50

Lets add 6 games form in terms of points per game (Why 6 because the website allow me to see a quick last 6 games):
Juve - 1.33
Bologna 2.16
Roma 2.33
Atalanta 0.83

Table after calculations:
Bologna 73
Juve 71
Roma 71
Atalanta 57

Now this is pretty much worst case scenario since Roma have been quite on fire lately and Juve got everything against them lately (except for this last game)

Results against Roma in H2H: Win in Turin and we still have the away game against Roma.
What I mean - Even in this kind of worst case scenario we should be going to at least head to head against Roma.

In truth - I believe we will achieve a bit better but yeah we need to replace him once the season is over.

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Cassano attacking Allegri:

“Since he relies on results and hasn't won anything in these 3 years, he should step back.”

“Juventus has 17 internationals and spent 160mln€, yet they play terribly, unable to complete three passes.”

“When he says Juventus should aim for fourth place, he's mocking everyone. Look at Bologna, playing wonderful football with just 1.50€ spent.”

“Pioli has been crucified because he's not friendly with journalists, yet he won a Serie A title and reached a Champions League semifinal. Allegri is always well-regarded despite his total failure.”
Unfortunately I agree with the fisherman
 
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Akshen

Senior Member
Aug 27, 2010
8,325
Bologna has tricky games :
H Monza (11)
A Roma (5)
H Udine (15)
A Torino (9)
A Napoli (7)
H Juve (3)
A Genoa (12)

Atalanta has the easiest set of games when it comes to the standind of the opposition:
H Hellas (17)
A Monza (11)
H Empoli (16)
A Salernitana (20)
H Roma (5)
A Lecce (14)
H Torino (9)

Roma:
A Udine (15)
H Bologna (4)
A Napoli (7)
H Juve (3)
A Atalanta (6)
H Genoa (12)
A Empoli (16)

And now Juve:
A Torino (9)
A Cagliari (13)
H Milan (2)
A Roma (5)
H Salernitana (20)
A Bologna (4)
H Mozna (11)

Its hard to say who has the easiest schedule. Sometimes those bottom table teams play one of their best football at the end. And sometimes the team who are fightinh for nothing, with out pressure, shine like a top team.
 
Jun 16, 2020
11,300
Bologna has tricky games :
H Monza (11)
A Roma (5)
H Udine (15)
A Torino (9)
A Napoli (7)
H Juve (3)
A Genoa (12)

Atalanta has the easiest set of games when it comes to the standind of the opposition:
H Hellas (17)
A Monza (11)
H Empoli (16)
A Salernitana (20)
H Roma (5)
A Lecce (14)
H Torino (9)

Roma:
A Udine (15)
H Bologna (4)
A Napoli (7)
H Juve (3)
A Atalanta (6)
H Genoa (12)
A Empoli (16)

And now Juve:
A Torino (9)
A Cagliari (13)
H Milan (2)
A Roma (5)
H Salernitana (20)
A Bologna (4)
H Mozna (11)

Its hard to say who has the easiest schedule. Sometimes those bottom table teams play one of their best football at the end. And sometimes the team who are fightinh for nothing, with out pressure, shine like a top team.
I’m confident that we’ll reach a CL spot, not stressing too much about that to be honest.
 

juve123

Senior Member
Aug 10, 2017
15,578
Bologna has tricky games :
H Monza (11)
A Roma (5)
H Udine (15)
A Torino (9)
A Napoli (7)
H Juve (3)
A Genoa (12)

Atalanta has the easiest set of games when it comes to the standind of the opposition:
H Hellas (17)
A Monza (11)
H Empoli (16)
A Salernitana (20)
H Roma (5)
A Lecce (14)
H Torino (9)

Roma:
A Udine (15)
H Bologna (4)
A Napoli (7)
H Juve (3)
A Atalanta (6)
H Genoa (12)
A Empoli (16)

And now Juve:
A Torino (9)
A Cagliari (13)
H Milan (2)
A Roma (5)
H Salernitana (20)
A Bologna (4)
H Mozna (11)

Its hard to say who has the easiest schedule. Sometimes those bottom table teams play one of their best football at the end. And sometimes the team who are fightinh for nothing, with out pressure, shine like a top team.
Atalanta also have a game in hand against Fiorentina at home so can't count them out just yet.
 

Akshen

Senior Member
Aug 27, 2010
8,325
I wouldnt be suprised if we miss out on CL in the end, looking at this schedule, the team is so fragile that one loss with Torino could ruin all the other games.
 

s4tch

Senior Member
Mar 23, 2015
29,263
Bologna has tricky games :
H Monza (11)
A Roma (5)
H Udine (15)
A Torino (9)
A Napoli (7)
H Juve (3)
A Genoa (12)

Atalanta has the easiest set of games when it comes to the standind of the opposition:
H Hellas (17)
A Monza (11)
H Empoli (16)
A Salernitana (20)
H Roma (5)
A Lecce (14)
H Torino (9)

Roma:
A Udine (15)
H Bologna (4)
A Napoli (7)
H Juve (3)
A Atalanta (6)
H Genoa (12)
A Empoli (16)

And now Juve:
A Torino (9)
A Cagliari (13)
H Milan (2)
A Roma (5)
H Salernitana (20)
A Bologna (4)
H Mozna (11)

Its hard to say who has the easiest schedule. Sometimes those bottom table teams play one of their best football at the end. And sometimes the team who are fightinh for nothing, with out pressure, shine like a top team.
inda is by far the best team of the league, salernitana are hopeless, the others can beat each other depending on form and especially motivation. roma lost to genoa, empoli beat napoli and fiorentina, cagliari just beat atalanta the other day, milan lost to monza and udinese, etc. it's a messy and weirdly competitive league.

a draw or a bologna win at roma vs bologna could help us big time. if we beat toro, cagliari (forza ranieri though, i hope they stay in serie a) and salernitana then we're probably fine. yesterday's win was undeniably ugly as fuck, but at the same time it was equally vital
 

BetterCallSaul

Senior Member
Aug 27, 2023
856
Bologna has tricky games :
H Monza (11)
A Roma (5)
H Udine (15)
A Torino (9)
A Napoli (7)
H Juve (3)
A Genoa (12)

Atalanta has the easiest set of games when it comes to the standind of the opposition:
H Hellas (17)
A Monza (11)
H Empoli (16)
A Salernitana (20)
H Roma (5)
A Lecce (14)
H Torino (9)

Roma:
A Udine (15)
H Bologna (4)
A Napoli (7)
H Juve (3)
A Atalanta (6)
H Genoa (12)
A Empoli (16)

And now Juve:
A Torino (9)
A Cagliari (13)
H Milan (2)
A Roma (5)
H Salernitana (20)
A Bologna (4)
H Mozna (11)

Its hard to say who has the easiest schedule. Sometimes those bottom table teams play one of their best football at the end. And sometimes the team who are fightinh for nothing, with out pressure, shine like a top team.
We might have a chance against Salernitana to have possession over 35% and over 200 passes
 

juve123

Senior Member
Aug 10, 2017
15,578
As of today there have been no contacts between the management of Juventus and Max Allegri over his contract renewal, nor will there be until the end of the season (all renewals have been postponed until then).

In case of a separation with Allegri, Juventus will pursue Thiago Motta who is appreciated for his football ideas and already considered to be able to manage an important locker room because of his winning past as a footballer (@_Morik92_)
 

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