[Coppa Italia Final] JUVENTUS 0-0 [2-4] Napoli [June 17th, 2020] (1 Viewer)


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Mar 23, 2015
...we also have a continual battle against complacency. It's just part of a constant winning cycle.
that's why allegri had to leave and the main task of sarri was to handle that. it wasn't an easy task, but team looks all over the place so far.

to keep winning, moggi in his peak years always sold out his squad and brought in new faces. it seemed to work well enough on the long run, despite the much stronger domestic competition. marotta and paratici decided to give career long compensations for some ageing players. moggi nowadays mostly talks like a senile lunatic, it's hard to imagine that back in the days he was a brilliant manager.
Jun 7, 2003
Horrible match, surprising that my eyes didn't bleed.

Napoli were good organised in the defence.
Whatever should have won but that doesn't matter because it is Coppa Italia that's for sure not the trophy which will make me sad. It is very worrying our gameplan and how we play.

Let's focus on Serie A and Champions League.

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