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Akshen

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Aug 27, 2010
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yeah, Immobile also shines at Lazio, but thats their level, we can see how they are setting world apart in NT. Add to that that Berardi is injury prone, already old and lacks discipline. He also is a pussy who already choose Sass over Juve and also confirmed interista, good luck in adding him to this already uninspired squad.
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Feb 9, 2013
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:agree:

Hating Beppe as a Juve fan must be the most inane thing around. Directly responsible for one of the most successful eras in club history while operating on a budget for his entire tenure.

It’s understandable to have wanted to move on and get someone new in hopes of making that final step to CL winners, or to not want to bring him back but get someone fresh instead. But hating him, saying fuck Beppe, etc… beyond stupid :lol2:
 

DanielSz

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Sep 6, 2014
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yeah, Immobile also shines at Lazio, but thats their level, we can see how they are setting world apart in NT. Add to that that Berardi is injury prone, already old and lacks discipline. He also is a pussy who already choose Sass over Juve and also confirmed interista, good luck in adding him to this already uninspired squad.
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the NT is such a completely different environment that it shouldn't even be factored into a players evaluation on a club level imo. The injuries are a fair argument, but that doesnt make him less of a player.
 

Stevie

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Mar 30, 2003
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:agree:

Hating Beppe as a Juve fan must be the most inane thing around. Directly responsible for one of the most successful eras in club history while operating on a budget for his entire tenure.

It’s understandable to have wanted to move on and get someone new in hopes of making that final step to CL winners, or to not want to bring him back but get someone fresh instead. But hating him, saying fuck Beppe, etc… beyond stupid :lol2:
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The googly eyed fuck destroyed his legacy with us when he helped Inter end our Scudetto run...

So why would it be "the most insane thing" for a Juve fan to hate him ? Especially while he is still at Inter. It's perfectly reasonable.

Unless you either 1. Are stuck in the past or 2. Are a closet Inter fan.

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Seven

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Jun 25, 2003
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The googly eyed fuck destroyed his legacy with us when he helped Inter end our Scudetto run...

So why would it be "the most insane thing" for a Juve fan to hate him ? Especially while he is still at Inter. It's perfectly reasonable.

Unless you either 1. Are stuck in the past or 2. Are a closet Inter fan.
It says you joined the forum in 2003, but you have the mindset of a toddler.
 

Post Ironic

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Feb 9, 2013
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The googly eyed fuck destroyed his legacy with us when he helped Inter end our Scudetto run...

So why would it be "the most insane thing" for a Juve fan to hate him ? Especially while he is still at Inter. It's perfectly reasonable.

Unless you either 1. Are stuck in the past or 2. Are a closet Inter fan.

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Says the Jewbinco fanboy :lol:

And yeah, Beppe owed Juve a lot after they fired him for the incompetent twat Paratici
 

Bianconero81

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Jan 26, 2009
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I'm no fan of Magotta but to dismiss his accomplishments (even if it was a team effort, he was still a part of that team) is asinine. We have only regressed since his departure- the proof is in the pudding. We've been progressively worse with every passing season since his departure.

Was it time for a change? Absolutely.

Did we bring in the right people? Fuck no.

Is it ok to wish him the worst at this present moment? Definitely.

It remains to be seen how Giuntoli will perform, but he needs to put his foot down and establish himself, and that begins by not catering to the whims of a pseudo coach on borrowed time.
 

Knowah

Pool's Closed Due to Aids
Jan 28, 2013
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Giovinco is a great example of the blinders we can have as fans of a club and the youth prospects at that club.

Giovinco looked way better than Iling or Rovella imo. More destined for greatness.

It's just a great reminder that as we see these deals for young players come about maybe don't blow a gasket thinking we just sold the next star because maybe we just sold the next Giovinco.
 

Stevie

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Mar 30, 2003
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Giovinco is a great example of the blinders we can have as fans of a club and the youth prospects at that club.

Giovinco looked way better than Iling or Rovella imo. More destined for greatness.

It's just a great reminder that as we see these deals for young players come about maybe don't blow a gasket thinking we just sold the next star because maybe we just sold the next Giovinco.
Correct. I haven't got excited about a young player since. At the 2008 Toulon tournament Giovinco looked like he would become the new Messi . He didn't come close to fullfilling even half of his potential. Lesson learnt.

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@Osman was the leader of the Giovinco brigade back during the 2009 UEFA European Under-21 Championship lmao :grin:
The hype was justified though. It wasn't just Juve fans who thought he would become the next best thing either.
 
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