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    Main signing of this summer is tying down this guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gep View Post
    Main signing of this summer is tying down this guy.
    apparently we are close to renewal

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    Quote Originally Posted by Osman View Post
    Fiorentina is last time we started with a 3-5-2 (or 4-3-1-2), but I doubt it was the first time he thought of the new change. Its not something that happens overnight and probably had considered as alternative /contigency plan prior to that. Just Fiorentina loss was final straw in terms of how easily our midfield was dominated.


    Its bizzare to think we used to bench both Cuadrado and Mandzukic lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by il brutto View Post
    Brilliant

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lion View Post
    How many formations has he gone through with juve?

    3 5 2. Then 4 3 1 2 . Then 4 2 4.

    In Milan he had his 4 3 1 2 and his 4 3 3.

    He can be stubborn with personnel choices sometimes (remember picking Llorente over morata?) But $#@! does he love formation changes

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    3-5-2 when he 1st arrived, gradualy moved towards the 4-3-1-2. then the season after started with 4-3-1-2, moved to 4-3-3 and 4-4-2, back to 3-5-2, played 4-4-2 and 4-5-1 vs Bayern, started this season again with a 3-5-2, tried a 4-3-1-2 and 4-3-2-1, then a 3-4-3 or 3-4-2-1 few times, and finally this 4-2-3-1. tactical genius

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    Quote Originally Posted by il brutto View Post
    aw sheeiiit, best one i've seen yet, perfection
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lion View Post
    can we even count mandzukic as a forward? He spends so much time tackling the $#@! out of other players in our own half and intercepting like crazy.

    He might as well play as lb and sandro as a left winger lol

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    Good point lol.

    Juventus only club in the world where the striker plays further back than the left back
    Grinta

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azzurri7 View Post
    Depends, can you dine with 10-15 euros in 5 star hotel in London?
    Be careful, you might get a warning for such talk about a "legendary" coach.

    Well you might be immune to them warnings
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    Quote Originally Posted by JuveJay View Post
    He'll be coaching Al Sadd or some random NT next, really unimpressive coach. Hopefully he dies off like Gullit.
    Would see it happening but not right away. Rijkaard is another one who reached the heights and fell down heavily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Afghan_juventus View Post
    Good point lol.

    Juventus only club in the world where the striker plays further back than the left back
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    More pertinently the only club where such play is appreciated
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    The best tactician ATM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rakib567 View Post
    TURIN - Although it is no longer a player of Juventus , Patrice Evra never ceases to devote words to his former Juventus world. For the back of Marseille , now, it's time for Massimiliano Allegri . " He knows a lot of football and is a wonderful person - his statements to Premium Sport -. I have a memory that serves to explain. Max would play against Dortmund , we had won the first leg 2-1 and we still had to play the return in Germany. What he said? "Rest assured, it will be like a friendly." I remained puzzled, then showed us a video showing us the weaknesses of the German defense and space that we had to attack. It happened all, was how to move within a film. We won 3-0. From there I always had a great respect for Allegri and in every game of the Champions asked him: "Mister, what do we have on the menu?". I waited for his insights, is a very intelligent person . "

    Source: Tuttosport

    Max gives me so much feels!

    Boss!
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    Allegri: 'Genoa decisive for Scudetto'
    By Football Italia staff

    Max Allegri respects Monaco in the Champions League semi-final, but warns Juventus that “the Scudetto is going to be decided” against Genoa.

    It kicks off on Sunday at 19.45 UK time (18.45 GMT), click here for a match preview.

    Naturally, the opening questions in today’s Press conference were about the Champions League semi-final draw against Monaco.

    “I would not have preferred Real Madrid in the draw. Monaco reached the semi-final and to achieve that they clearly have quality. They have young talents, maybe not the history of Juventus, but it certainly won’t be easy for us to reach the Final.

    The objective is to reach the Final in Cardiff and win the Champions League, but we can only think about that after the Serie A game with Atalanta.

    “Tomorrow we play in Serie A and getting three points against Genoa would give us an important cushion at the top, basically allowing us to get two games wrong.

    “From Friday onwards, we’ll be playing every three days, so the points tomorrow are fundamental. The Scudetto is going to be decided.”

    Allegri earned plaudits for the performances that knocked out Barcelona 3-0 on aggregate, but he is not finished yet.

    “We can still improve, for example in the second half against Barcelona we were too hasty. We need to improve individually in the way we deal with the game overall.

    “Juventus need to get accustomed to playing this sort of game, because it’s the growth process started in the first year of Andrea Agnelli’s Presidency. This is the Juve DNA.

    “We have made a journey, both as a team and a club. The important thing is to face matches with humility and the right spirit, so I want to remind everyone that Juventus haven’t actually won anything. Let’s limit the euphoria here. Enthusiasm helps you train better, but with euphoria you can slip up.

    “Everyone is just waiting for Juventus to fall down, but tomorrow is decisive for the Scudetto and we need a tough performance.”

    He is also not holding back when it comes to tomorrow’s encounter with Genoa and squad rotation.

    “The usual four will start in attack. The only doubt is Juan Cuadrado, because we have to see what condition he’s in. His understudy is Mario Lemina. For the defence, everyone is so good that there isn’t an issue.

    “Claudio Marchisio is fine now and he will play tomorrow. He was out in Barcelona after a knock to the calf and I didn’t want to risk having a player on the bench who couldn’t play.

    “The team needs to face Genoa with the right attitude and fortunately I have a great squad that sets aside personal objectives to work for the greater good. Everyone knows what they have to do.

    “I don’t deserve the credit for this season. I took on a group that was already successful in Italy and I wanted to help them grow in Europe, just as they helped me to grow.”

    No Allegri Press conference is complete without a question about whether he’ll stay at Juventus next season.

    “The priority is not my contract, as I have a contract with Juve. The most important thing is to see this season through to the end.”



    Goddamn max. How can you be so perfect @Azzurri7
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    Quote Originally Posted by mukumsplau View Post
    TURIN - Although it is no longer a player of Juventus , Patrice Evra never ceases to devote words to his former Juventus world. For the back of Marseille , now, it's time for Massimiliano Allegri . " He knows a lot of football and is a wonderful person - his statements to Premium Sport -. I have a memory that serves to explain. Max would play against Dortmund , we had won the first leg 2-1 and we still had to play the return in Germany. What he said? "Rest assured, it will be like a friendly." I remained puzzled, then showed us a video showing us the weaknesses of the German defense and space that we had to attack. It happened all, was how to move within a film. We won 3-0. From there I always had a great respect for Allegri and in every game of the Champions asked him: "Mister, what do we have on the menu?". I waited for his insights, is a very intelligent person . "

    Source: Tuttosport

    Max gives me so much feels!

    Boss!
    It really is amazing how some teams at a supposedly elite level are so tactically naive that a good coach could confidently make such a comment. It's almost embarrassing for Dortmund.
    Fool enough to almost be it
    Cool enough to not quite see it

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    Quote Originally Posted by mukumsplau View Post
    TURIN - Although it is no longer a player of Juventus , Patrice Evra never ceases to devote words to his former Juventus world. For the back of Marseille , now, it's time for Massimiliano Allegri . " He knows a lot of football and is a wonderful person - his statements to Premium Sport -. I have a memory that serves to explain. Max would play against Dortmund , we had won the first leg 2-1 and we still had to play the return in Germany. What he said? Rest assured, it will be like a friendly."I remained puzzled, then showed us a video showing us the weaknesses of the German defense and space that we had to attack. It happened all, was how to move within a film. We won 3-0. From there I always had a great respect for Allegri and in every game of the Champions asked him: "Mister, what do we have on the menu?". I waited for his insights, is a very intelligent person . " To which he replied "Now you listen up you little hobbit. Come the 91st minute at the Allianz you're going to (and I literally mean) you.are.going.to $#@! about will the ball on the edge of our box hoping to get dispossessed. Then the ball should be sent out wide to be crossed in by saaaaaay? $#@! it Kingsley. Who will whip the ball straight onto Mullers head. You got that??

    ..

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    Max gives me so much feels!

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    Sounds about right.

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    I honestly don't think i'll ever get over that Evra brainfart. For such an experienced player to make a schoolboy error and cost us the game is absolute terrible play.

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    Evra was pretty bad against Barca in 2009 and 2011 CL finals. But I don't recall specific brainfarts that cost your team those games. Y'all just got badly outplayed. Don't blame Evra.
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    + he scored a goal in 2014 vs Bayern, but they couldnt hold onto the lead
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    Quote Originally Posted by Post Ironic View Post
    Evra was pretty bad against Barca in 2009 and 2011 CL finals. But I don't recall specific brainfarts that cost your team those games. Y'all just got badly outplayed. Don't blame Evra.
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    + he scored a goal in 2014 vs Bayern, but they couldnt hold onto the lead
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