New Juve coach: Part Deux (10 Viewers)

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Osman

Koul Khara!
Aug 30, 2002
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Basically one guru says it's done, Tuesday is to pen the deal. Says SKY are getting humiliated more than during the Ronaldo saga
This Will be me all year watching our combination passes :tuttosport: instead of Benny hill music inducing counters with Matuidi and Can :sergio:

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Snobist

DareDevil
Apr 16, 2017
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Normally I would laugh at the Pep rumors but hey we did sign Ronaldo last summer so really anything is possible :boh:

and signing Pep is nowhere close to the shock that Ronaldo was.
Would you be pleased if Juve signs Pep? If no who is your favorite coach to lead Juve next season?
 

Xperd

Legendary G.O.A.T
Jun 1, 2012
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Normally I would laugh at the Pep rumors but hey we did sign Ronaldo last summer so really anything is possible :boh:

and signing Pep is nowhere close to the shock that Ronaldo was.
Ronaldo was a bigger shock I agree but his situation is still not comparable to Pep. He was in a contractual dispute with Madrid and was always expected to leave.
Pep with his oil rich millions at City is about to a create a dynasty in the PL and likewise has good chances of winning the Champions League with City. I'm not sure he is going to let go off the heavy financial backing he receives and the squad he has assembled at City just to sign up for us and go through another rebuilding process with us.
 

Mr Chocolate

Rubba Band Business
Dec 23, 2012
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Yeah i dont see Baldy coming here just yet, he wants to win the CL with city, and has an unlimited budget, plus he has already put some years into building the squad, i think he will come eventually but not for a few years.

Poch is much more realistic tbh, especially if they win the CL, they still wont compete finaincially with the big clubs but he will probably feel he has accomplished everything and will leave.
But not sure, still think we will end up with an Inzaghi/Gasperini type
 

X Æ A-12

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Sep 4, 2006
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Ronaldo was a bigger shock I agree but his situation is still not comparable to Pep. He was in a contractual dispute with Madrid and was always expected to leave.
Pep with his oil rich millions at City is about to a create a dynasty in the PL and likewise has good chances of winning the Champions League with City. I'm not sure he is going to let go off the heavy financial backing he receives and the squad he has assembled at City just to sign up for us and go through another rebuilding process with us.
I agree
 
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