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    So basically Tottenham had almost 70 percent of the ball, and this was in Turin. Really pathetic. How are we supposed to turn this in the next leg?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GiocataGrande View Post
    So basically Tottenham had almost 70 percent of the ball, and this was in Turin. Really pathetic. How are we supposed to turn this in the next leg?
    Playing counter attack with Costa and Cuads on wings?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GiocataGrande View Post
    So basically Tottenham had almost 70 percent of the ball, and this was in Turin. Really pathetic. How are we supposed to turn this in the next leg?
    we let them keep it by having less guys at mid. for Matuidi.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GiocataGrande View Post
    So basically Tottenham had almost 70 percent of the ball, and this was in Turin. Really pathetic. How are we supposed to turn this in the next leg?
    Tbf thats because of circumstances. After the 2-0 lead, we activated the provincial mentality button. I'm fairly sure we'd have seen more of the ball if we dint have that lead, funnily enough. Also it doesnt help that we have donkeys in our team who are no good at keeping the ball. If Marchisio was fit and healthy, our midfield would've been far more stable and fluid. The Monaco game in Monaco for example where we looked in total control with Marchisio-Pjanic pulling the strings in midfield. Its a shame he's all but a washed up player now.

    Whats more important that we create enough chances and for that to happen , we need to drop mr.'defensive workrate' who's basically made the LW obsolete.
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    The people at Juve social media team are doing a fine job jinxing the team. Every time they post a cringe worthy warmup video, Juve play bad. Solution? Just stop making them. How hard is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wittl View Post
    Meh, $#@! result. But rest I’ve enjoyed. Nice drinks and food as usual and the apartement has been nice too.
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    Just have placed a 20 pound bet on Juve to qualify. Odds are too good not to try.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xperd View Post
    Tbf thats because of circumstances. After the 2-0 lead, we activated the provincial mentality button. I'm fairly sure we'd have seen more of the ball if we dint have that lead, funnily enough. Also it doesnt help that we have donkeys in our team who are no good at keeping the ball. If Marchisio was fit and healthy, our midfield would've been far more stable and fluid. The Monaco game in Monaco for example where we looked in total control with Marchisio-Pjanic pulling the strings in midfield. Its a shame he's all but a washed up player now.

    Whats more important that we create enough chances and for that to happen , we need to drop mr.'defensive workrate' who's basically made the LW obsolete.
    Its incredible how we get such a lead at home in early minutes, just to follow playing the worst football ever seen by mankind.

    Only this juve is capable of that.

    Other teams would have destroyed us if we give them that lead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dostoevsky View Post
    They weren't Bayern but they dominated our ass in Turin.

    They missed many chances as well, though. Not only that, but what we scored was rather luck, unlike their side.
    And Kane's goal wasn't luck due to Chiello's error or Eriksen free kick goal wasn't luck due to a clear Gigi's error?What about that missed penalty from Higuain?I thought that he will miss the first moment he start preparing to take the shot.What about that clear chance and miss again by Higuain.They have possession true on our own turf but they have big amount of luck.
    And this is far from over.But yes,statistics say we didn't eliminate PL team at this stage in CL for the last 34 years.

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    I don't understand why we can all see that khedira is completely useless yet allegri seems blind to the fact. Fair enough we don't have the midfield selections we once had but anyone else would be better then playing khedira and playing him in a 2 man midfield is just ludicrous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dostoevsky View Post
    Chances of us going through are 5% imo.
    I disagree, it's 20%

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xperd View Post
    We have been knocked out by Arsenal, Pool, Chelsea, United in the last decade or so in CL

    Spurs next to complete the EPL grandslam?

    Let's remember this isn't the first time Allegri has been knocked out by Spurs
    Atleast it's more honourable than when we lost against Fulham. This club cant stop gifting us English based fans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dostoevsky View Post
    Chances of us going through are 5% imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhRoZeN View Post
    I disagree, it's 20%

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    Actually on the betting market it is 28%

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monty View Post
    Actually on the betting market it is 28%
    Someone tell them khedira will be starting before they lose money.

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    I admire the people that still has hope for a turnaround.

    Personally i cant see us winning there, unless a big change in attitude and mentality emerges. Dybala is not messi and Matuidi is not the second coming of makelele.

    The injuries were significant, but now we are left in a really $hit situation because of our own fu%k ups and im not sure they will be that significant when they come back .
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    Quote Originally Posted by GiocataGrande View Post
    I admire the people that still has hope for a turnaround.

    Personally i cant see us winning there, unless a big change in attitude and mentality emerges. Dybala is not messi and Matuidi is not the second coming of makelele.

    The injuries were significant, but now we are left in a really $hit situation because of our own fu%k ups and im not sure they will be that significant when they come back .
    Lol, to see Matuidi play a CL game we need to reach the semi finals. Don‘t think he‘ll be back for Wembley game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wittl View Post
    Lol, to see Matuidi play a CL game we need to reach the semi finals. Don‘t think he‘ll be back for Wembley game.

    If thats the case we will suffer from the same problems as last game. We dont have anyone that can deal with Dembele or Eriksen, when he is out.

    We still have not solved the Vidal gap since he left. Pi$$ed me off to see how weak we looked in the middle of the park.
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