Giuseppe Marotta (19 Viewers)

Beppe, renew contract or not?

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Feb 12, 2006
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What does him going to Inter and what his performance there could be have anything to do with what he accomplished here in 8+ years? If he shits the bed there, who cares. It doesn't change what he did as part of our resurgence.

Do your opinions of Vidal and Pogba change after they left, considering that neither one of them have been remotely close to the players they were when they were here? If they haven't changed, then why would any of our opinions change for Marotta based on what his performance is anywhere else?
Like I said before I think Marotta actually gets more credit than he deserves at times and I for one am truly excited to see how paratici does as i think he doesn't get enough credit if anything, bringing in the likes of Tevez, Vidal, Ronaldo... at least I won't go into next summer's mercato fearing the inevitable links to bonaventura and nocerino's of this world
 

Kopanja

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Jul 30, 2015
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Like I said before I think Marotta actually gets more credit than he deserves at times and I for one am truly excited to see how paratici does as i think he doesn't get enough credit if anything, bringing in the likes of Tevez, Vidal, Ronaldo... at least I won't go into next summer's mercato fearing the inevitable links to bonaventura and nocerino's of this world
This based on what? What data is in the foundation of this mighty theory?
 

Cerval

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Feb 20, 2016
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Ferrari chief in line to replace Marotta at Juventus

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Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene is set to end his spell with the Formula One team to become the chief executive of football giants Juventus , according to reports in Italian media.

Arrivabene would replace Giuseppe Marotta in the role, who has announced he will step down at the end of this month.

61-year-old Arrivabene is already an independent board member at Juventus and has connections to the club through the family of chairman Andrea Agnelli, who own the Fiat automotive group.

Arrivabene has recently sounded dissatisfaction with the strategy at Ferrari, particularly with regards to the decision to move veteran Finnish driver Kimi Raikkonen on.

https://www.sportbusiness.com/sport-news/ferrari-chief-line-replace-marotta-juventus
 

BONSMOTS

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Jul 14, 2006
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Rumour from China (www.pptv.com) has it that Lippi has notified the Chinese Football Association of his decision to leave the China National Team for a position with the Juve managment after the Asian Cup in 2019. Not sure if he is replacing Marrota though, but surely Lippi would be a great help to tap the China market.
 
Apr 19, 2007
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This based on what? What data is in the foundation of this mighty theory?
Its from the idea of every good player he attributes to someone else while every bad transfer especially in the first 2 years when we had to remantle the whole team in order to build a champions pedigree and made a few dumb purchases.But but but martinez was bad and Pirlo,Barzagli,Vidal and Pogba for a combined 14 mil was....?
 
Mar 3, 2014
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Well now we know what it was probably about. Marotta’s prized signing was Higuaín - he’s said that numerous time. Higuaín basically said today that Juventus told him we have no more room for you and that they were finding a solution. If Marotta was already skeptical on Cristiano and the signing meant that Higuaín had to go, I can imagine there would have been conflict with upper management.


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