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Adrian

Senior Member
Jan 31, 2003
6,372
Almost at the end of this horrendous few years. Good to win a trophy again..even if it is a trophy that was icing on a cake once upon a time.

Will be interesting to see which players stay, leave, join...I still believe many of the underperforming players are not as bad as they have looked under Allegri.
 

Akshen

Senior Member
Aug 27, 2010
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IF I HAVE SOMETHING WITH GIUNTOLI - "Nothing happened, I was celebrating with the team and the curve. I respect the club and the men a lot. Did I want to push anyone away? Absolutely not, I just wanted to celebrate with my boys who had an extraordinary season. I leave these objectives achieved to Juventus, given that they are already leaving me out of the club."
 
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Seven

In bocca al lupo, Fabio.
Jun 25, 2003
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Brny44

Senior Member
Aug 24, 2020
1,315
Well...conte in 3 years 5 cups, allegri in 8 years 12 cups...with a team we had and as the league was back then, conte would have won more. One started from the bottom, the other received great team. Conte>allegri. But as I said previously thank you both for what you did, now dont ever come near torino again.
 

Zzak

Senior Member
Sep 11, 2014
529
Well...conte in 3 years 5 cups, allegri in 8 years 12 cups...with a team we had and as the league was back then, conte would have won more. One started from the bottom, the other received great team. Conte>allegri. But as I said previously thank you both for what you did, now dont ever come near torino again.
The difference is that one rejected Real Madrid for Juve, while the other left Juve because he wanted to eat in a 100 dollar restaurant.
 

s4tch

Senior Member
Mar 23, 2015
29,263
He deserves to stay if he qualifies for CL next year. That was our objective. The cup is a bonus. I don't care if we lose to Sassuolo or Monza, if the man gets the job done he should stay.
we already qualified for the cl, and he's already out

and it's fine like that. he should have been fired after the maccabi loss, or after the udinese match when he visibly lost the ability to shake up the team. btw based on the reports and the clips of the celebration, he clearly has a good chemistry with the players, but it isn't enough if he can't influence them

and of course it's not that jj only has a coaching problem. this club has issues with the ownership, the management above all, the squad, the political environment, everything. still, allegri's cycle is over, much more obviously so than it was after his first 5 years here
 

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