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    Bad transfer from the beginning. Wasn't even a free agent. Decent in his first season, a complete liability afterwards.
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    Ironic when you think about it. Allegri for such a long time started him ahead of Sandro. Finally, Sandro after consistently out-performing Evra, he becomes first choice and now Evra wants out.

    Honestly, if his heart is not there, let him go. If he wants to stay, he has to accept being 2nd string or perhaps not being on the CL list.

    My gut feeling is that Allegri may have told him that he won't be included on the CL list. Hence why I think he may want to leave.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle View Post
    whats the point in letting him go midseason? It's not like we will get any money for a 35 yo, even if he sucks overall he's experienced and decent defensively might as well keep him to his contract expires as a backup option since we won't be signing anyone better in january
    what if we plan to exclude him from cl list? Alves is injured, so Allegri could be planning to include Licht this time around, he might do it at the expense of Evra, since Assamoah in theory can play both left side and centre. someone has to make space and imo Licht is more important than Evra at this point. would you sign a new lb to play only Serie A games?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Catenaccio View Post
    Ironic when you think about it. Allegri for such a long time started him ahead of Sandro. Finally, Sandro after consistently out-performing Evra, he becomes first choice and now Evra wants out.

    Honestly, if his heart is not there, let him go. If he wants to stay, he has to accept being 2nd string or perhaps not being on the CL list.

    My gut feeling is that Allegri may have told him that he won't be included on the CL list. Hence why I think he may want to leave.
    That's not ironic at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pitbull View Post
    what if we plan to exclude him from cl list? Alves is injured, so Allegri could be planning to include Licht this time around, he might do it at the expense of Evra, since Assamoah in theory can play both left side and centre. someone has to make space and imo Licht is more important than Evra at this point. would you sign a new lb to play only Serie A games?
    Huh? No and obviously that wouldnt happen if a new one was signed
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    I have to say, since last season I heard there were issues about his behaviour and clashes with some players and Allegri. If that was the case, should have been sold like Pereyra, that's the rule at Juve, you misbehave you are out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tanu_Mz View Post
    I have to say, since last season I heard there were issues about his behaviour and clashes with some players and Allegri. If that was the case, should have been sold like Pereyra, that's the rule at Juve, you misbehave you are out
    Im I missing something, was Pereyra sold because he misbehaved?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhRoZeN View Post
    Im I missing something, was Pereyra sold because he misbehaved?
    to my knowledge, yes. The south american trio Vidal-Caceres-Pereyra started to go a bit over the top with their personal life excesses. They all got fined several times till they went way too far over the decency line and went on the selling list

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhRoZeN View Post
    Im I missing something, was Pereyra sold because he misbehaved?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tanu_Mz View Post
    to my knowledge, yes. The south american trio Vidal-Caceres-Pereyra started to go a bit over the top with their personal life excesses. They all got fined several times till they went way too far over the decency line and went on the selling list

    Thanks, well its a tad shame, his upset but anyone would be if they didn't want to leave.

    I wonder if Alves is the next one to go..
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    What they do off the pitch shouldn't matter, as long as they perform on it. Vidal was always the consummate professional, and both Caceres and Pereyra were reliable when called upon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tanu_Mz View Post
    to my knowledge, yes. The south american trio Vidal-Caceres-Pereyra started to go a bit over the top with their personal life excesses. They all got fined several times till they went way too far over the decency line and went on the selling list
    Any examples? With Evra too? Unless they were repeatedly late
    , I hope the issue wasn't simply just partying at times. Tho Vidal had quite the rep for drinking, and Caceres wrecked sports cars for breakfast while drunk. It wouldn't be stretch if Pereyra was acting out in similar way if they hang together, minus the part of wrecking prized assets, which you had gotten as gift for winning scudetto.

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    Yeah, I am so glad our midfield is weaker and without grit and physicality, and having to resort to starting someone like Sturaro these days
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bianconero81 View Post
    What they do off the pitch shouldn't matter, as long as they perform on it. Vidal was always the consummate professional, and both Caceres and Pereyra were reliable when called upon.
    Of course it matters what they do off the pitch. We're Juventus. We're not thugs. I'm not saying a player should get sacked for nothing, but being sold because you repeatedly crash cars drunk does somewhat make sense.

    I won't judge Vidal or Caceres, we are all people, but as a club it's normal that facts that damage your reputation are taken into account.
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    Pretty sure vidal wanted out rather than vice versa. Its a difficult one because whilst this is ethically and morally a good rule, it does mean if some our best players end up like that and you want them out then it will not only bring the players value down when selling but also the fact that on the other side of the fence it leads to a stigma of Juve being a church or something and preventing us from attracting some of the quality players.

    And like Osman said, how do we class a player to be a douchebag off the pitch?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tanu_Mz View Post
    to my knowledge, yes. The south american trio Vidal-Caceres-Pereyra started to go a bit over the top with their personal life excesses. They all got fined several times till they went way too far over the decency line and went on the selling list
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bianconero81 View Post
    Yeah, I am so glad our midfield is weaker and without grit and physicality, and having to resort to starting someone like Sturaro these days
    Nice example

    btw, Rico the Mestico >>>> Drunkturo. We finally got a good South American warrior in midfield
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    Quote Originally Posted by Osman View Post
    Any examples? With Evra too? Unless they were repeatedly late
    , I hope the issue wasn't simply just partying at times. Tho Vidal had quite the rep for drinking, and Caceres wrecked sports cars for breakfast while drunk. It wouldn't be stretch if Pereyra was acting out in similar way if they hang together, minus the part of wrecking prized assets, which you had gotten as gift for winning scudetto.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhRoZeN View Post
    Pretty sure vidal wanted out rather than vice versa. Its a difficult one because whilst this is ethically and morally a good rule, it does mean if some our best players end up like that and you want them out then it will not only bring the players value down when selling but also the fact that on the other side of the fence it leads to a stigma of Juve being a church or something and preventing us from attracting some of the quality players.

    And like Osman said, how do we class a player to be a douchebag off the pitch?
    Drinking and driving is a crime. I think that most ethics guidelines would require our players not to commit crimes. I mean, that's pretty much basic stuff, no?
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