[Coppa Italia] Atalanta 3-0 JUVENTUS [January 30th, 2018] (2 Viewers)


vote


  • Total voters
    35
  • Poll closed .
May 26, 2016
1,758
not putting too much into this loss but its still concerning in some ways. Our midfield is a definite weakness at this point. Its pretty obvious that we lack the ability to keep possesion in that area which is baffling to me considering the stature of this club. Really hope the injuries loosen up fast or we are in for some tough weeks.
 

Post Ironic

Senior Member
Feb 9, 2013
25,280
Man you have no idea how he got injured, maybe he wouldnt have been injured if he were at Juve. Last two years he played most of the games for Atalanta. It’s not like Juve shipped him off to Milan because Juve knew he would get injured.
You honestly think he wouldn't have been injured here under our fitness and medical staff? :shifty:
 

Post Ironic

Senior Member
Feb 9, 2013
25,280

It’s hypothetical man. We can never prove otherwise. Though our medical stuff is crap. It’s like Juve players train with rocks rather ball.
Of course it is. I'm just messing around. Honestly though, our medical staff scares me.
 
Feb 12, 2006
51,661
The biggest mistake was letting caldara leave he wouldn't have complained if he was made to sit on the bench in most of the games
This.

Rather have kept Caldara and Benatia than lose Benatia and gain Bonucci. it was the dumbest deal to date I curse marotta for going through with such stupidity.

I know someone will say Bonucci was a good deal because we supposedly couldn't play from the back without him. Well guess what I still don't see how we've improved that much playing from the back, one bit of pressure and the defence shits itself Bonucci above all else
 

DUKAC

Senior Member
Feb 29, 2012
8,988
Really? You’ve found the problem of Juve team. It’s thread opener and wrong clocks. Ffs.


Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Read the whole post Einstein!I wrote about the bad luck from the thread at the end (P.S) .The rest from the beginning the post is our team blaming for the performance and that I don't remember such an embarrassing defeat in Italy.Read again .
 

francesco0924

Junior Member
Jul 12, 2016
56
Obviously i am angry for this defeat , for its dimension and for how we have played (no we have played).We could guess this result , because we was tired in the last matches. However, this fall can help us: we can come back to being careful and concentrated and recover some players that are very important for us , like Mandzukic and Chiellini. I am sure that we are going to face very well the next matches, starting to saturday.

- - - Updated - - -

This.

Rather have kept Caldara and Benatia than lose Benatia and gain Bonucci. it was the dumbest deal to date I curse marotta for going through with such stupidity.

I know someone will say Bonucci was a good deal because we supposedly couldn't play from the back without him. Well guess what I still don't see how we've improved that much playing from the back, one bit of pressure and the defence shits itself Bonucci above all else
I wonder how he can be the problem. He hasn't play. It's clear that he is the best defender to start to play from the back. Besides, when the defence is in difficulty is because everybody is not well.
 
Last edited:

Akshen

Senior Member
Aug 27, 2010
1,867
Its worrying, when even polish public TV commentators who rarely transmit Juve matches and know shit about Juve are saying that our mid is really weak. Besides Pjanic there is not one technical guy who could be called playmaker.
I think its clear we should try 4231 in next few matches, current mid is non existent.
 

juve103423

Senior Member
Mar 22, 2010
835
In 2 of the 3 games we dropped points while also playing like utter shit (not counting the United game where we performed really well for 80min until Allegris Barzagli intervention), Pjanic and Mandzukic played all game. Let's be careful thinking like this every single time: today we lost, so it means Pjanic and Mandzukic MUST PLAY.
It's guessing, not based on points gained this season.

- - - Updated - - -

I don't think it has much to do with the selection of the specific players, it's who are put together and how we train and practice systems, in my opinion. Some say that we know our starting 11. I'm not so sure about that. We change 3 players each game, and it doesn't look like we are coming to any conclusions in terms of what is the magic combination.
 
Last edited:

Clamarc

Junior Member
Sep 26, 2018
86
Missed the game.. didn't even realize there was Coppa match and I fell asleep when Juve played against Lazio.. and some other Serie A matches. Only CL matches keep me interested. Maybe I should support Madrid from now lol
 

Wittl

Trumpf Puur
Contributor
Feb 21, 2017
8,815
Missed the game.. didn't even realize there was Coppa match and I fell asleep when Juve played against Lazio.. and some other Serie A matches. Only CL matches keep me interested. Maybe I should support Madrid from now lol
Yes, you should. Was nice to meet you and good luck!
 

francesco0924

Junior Member
Jul 12, 2016
56
Everybody wanna that we play better, but i say we have to continue this season and try to take as much possible. Meanwhile, we look around and looking for a possible new trainer. There have been some signs that this cycle could finish, but now it's too soon to say it. However , we have got a great team and will continue to have it.
 

CrimsonianKing

CL Trophy Incoming...
Jan 16, 2013
18,627
Am I the only one who doesn’t give a fuck? I’m just glad this happened in a Coppa match, not CL.

Having said that, as much as I appreciate all he’s done and love Allegri, If it was up to me we’d have started this season with a new manager. I wouldn’t mind someone with a different approach and style at all.
 

JCK

Biased
Contributor
May 11, 2004
108,736
Am I the only one who doesn’t give a fuck? I’m just glad this happened in a Coppa match, not CL.

Having said that, as much as I appreciate all he’s done and love Allegri, If it was up to me we’d have started this season with a new manager. I wouldn’t mind someone with a different approach and style at all.
What makes you think that if that happened in Coppa it won't happen in the CL as well?
 

Hist

Founder of Hism
Jan 18, 2009
9,558
What makes you think that if that happened in Coppa it won't happen in the CL as well?
We are less likely to be complacent against a top team compared to Atlanata in coppe, and Allegri is more likely to default to gameplans that he trusts than offensive game plans.
 

Users Who Are Viewing This Thread (Users: 0, Guests: 1)