Capitano Giorgio Chiellini (7 Viewers)

Clamarc

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Sep 26, 2018
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The day he retired will be the worst day ever. Not only we lost one of the best CB in the world but Juve won't have any players with leadership quality like him. ADP was replaced by Buffon, and Buffon is replaced by Chiellini, but when Chiellini retired? I guess it will be Bonucci or Dybala which is kinda sad

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That's not really injury prone fellas. Khedira Is injury prone where he's sidelined more than playing. Chellini is just an old warrior whose body is starting to show it's wars
Lol I don't really understand your question. Was just explaining that his calf problem might be started from that moment. Yes he's not really injury prone but he is almost always has this calf problem every seasons
 
Jun 9, 2011
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The day he retired will be the worst day ever. Not only we lost one of the best CB in the world but Juve won't have any players with leadership quality like him. ADP was replaced by Buffon, and Buffon is replaced by Chiellini, but when Chiellini retired? I guess it will be Bonucci or Dybala which is kinda sad

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Lol I don't really understand your question. Was just explaining that his calf problem might be started from that moment. Yes he's not really injury prone but he is almost always has this calf problem every seasons
That's ok it happens sometimes. You answer multiple people and you loose train of thought. No worries
 

JCK

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May 11, 2004
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For next season we should plan that anytime during the season Chiellini can go out injured and it could cost us dearly, we should be prepared for this.

Had we thought about that ahead we wouldn't have sold Benatia and saying that it probably means Benatia should have had more playing time before he asked to be sold.

In the recent years I have never seen our squad mis-managed like this season.
 

piotrr

Forza Vesuvio
Sep 13, 2011
28,864


Polish ref, Szymon Marciniak [about the penalty call]:

Last year i had unfortunately such a situation in Tott - Juve, we didn't give the pen to Juve and their players run to me. I always were quite lucky for them and they seem to like me so Chiellini asks "What do you think Marcin (he calls me Marcin)?" I tell him, that was the decision and i'll check it in lockers at HT. He says: OK, i trust you. But you will tell me? <laugh> I reply, yes i will tell you.
We go to lockers and it was like in this game [in TV], we check the situation and i say to other ref the decision wasn't quite right. "Oh boy" i think.
We go out of lockers and listen, whole Juventus squad is waiting for me. They don't go to the tunnel, they are waiting for me. I say to myself "omg..." :lol:
But when you said A, you need to say B. I say, we made a mistake, sorry Giorgio. I could have said we didn't check or something, maybe the reaction would be different. But he came to me, slapped my arm and said "Calma, we will win this game." And they won, 1-2.
 

campionesidd

Senior Member
Mar 16, 2013
6,661


Polish ref, Szymon Marciniak [about the penalty call]:

Last year i had unfortunately such a situation in Tott - Juve, we didn't give the pen to Juve and their players run to me. I always were quite lucky for them and they seem to like me so Chiellini asks "What do you think Marcin (he calls me Marcin)?" I tell him, that was the decision and i'll check it in lockers at HT. He says: OK, i trust you. But you will tell me? <laugh> I reply, yes i will tell you.
We go to lockers and it was like in this game [in TV], we check the situation and i say to other ref the decision wasn't quite right. "Oh boy" i think.
We go out of lockers and listen, whole Juventus squad is waiting for me. They don't go to the tunnel, they are waiting for me. I say to myself "omg..." :lol:
But when you said A, you need to say B. I say, we made a mistake, sorry Giorgio. I could have said we didn't check or something, maybe the reaction would be different. But he came to me, slapped my arm and said "Calma, we will win this game." And they won, 1-2.
An important lesson for Anti- Juventini. Treat referees with respect and they will repay the favor. Calling referees corrupt and abusing them won’t make them make decisions against Juve.
PS Fuck Michael Oliver. He deserves no respect.
 

Chiello3

IL Capitano
Nov 26, 2017
1,261


Polish ref, Szymon Marciniak [about the penalty call]:

Last year i had unfortunately such a situation in Tott - Juve, we didn't give the pen to Juve and their players run to me. I always were quite lucky for them and they seem to like me so Chiellini asks "What do you think Marcin (he calls me Marcin)?" I tell him, that was the decision and i'll check it in lockers at HT. He says: OK, i trust you. But you will tell me? <laugh> I reply, yes i will tell you.
We go to lockers and it was like in this game [in TV], we check the situation and i say to other ref the decision wasn't quite right. "Oh boy" i think.
We go out of lockers and listen, whole Juventus squad is waiting for me. They don't go to the tunnel, they are waiting for me. I say to myself "omg..." :lol:
But when you said A, you need to say B. I say, we made a mistake, sorry Giorgio. I could have said we didn't check or something, maybe the reaction would be different. But he came to me, slapped my arm and said "Calma, we will win this game." And they won, 1-2.
:touched::touched::touched::touched::touched::touched::touched::touched::juventus:
 

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