How will you remember the last decade of football? ("10s") (1 Viewer)

Mar 10, 2009
6,504
#1
Now that the "2010s" is almost complete, how will you remember this decade?

Positives

1. Revival of Juventus
2. Going unbeaten under Conte (2011-2012)
3. Going to 2 CL finals under Allegri (2015 and 2017)
4. Signing of Ronaldo
5. Real Madrid 1 - 1 Juventus 2015. (For some reason that match has a special place)
6. WInning the league 7 times in a row
7. Pirlo's penalty against England

Negatives

1. Fulham 4 - 1 Juventus (Urgh)
2. Cardiff Final
3. Sales of Pogba and Vidal
4. Decline of the Italian national team
5. Decline of international football in general

Random

1. Ronaldo and Messi dominating the decade
2. Real Madrid's hatrick of CL (in a row)
3. Decline of AC Milan
4. Decline of Manchester UTD
5. Leicester winning the league (2016)


Overall I liked this decade
 

Nedved96

Senior Member
Sep 1, 2017
4,597
#2
My top 10 most memorable Juventus games of this decade:

Juventus vs Milan 2-0 (2011)
Juventus vs Chelsea 3-0 (2012)
Dortmund vs Juventus 0-3 (2015)
Juventus vs Madrid 2-1 (2015)
Juventus vs Inter 3-0 (2016)
Juventus vs Barcelona 3-0 (2017)
Juventus vs Monaco 2-1 (2017)
Juventus vs Milan 4-0 (2018)
Juventus vs Atletico 3-0 (2019)
Inter vs Juventus 1-2 (2019)

It was hard to decide but that’s my top 10.
 
Nov 25, 2005
29,914
#6
Now that the "2010s" is almost complete, how will you remember this decade?

Positives

1. Revival of Juventus
2. Going unbeaten under Conte (2011-2012)
3. Going to 2 CL finals under Allegri (2015 and 2017)
4. Signing of Ronaldo
5. Real Madrid 1 - 1 Juventus 2015. (For some reason that match has a special place)
6. WInning the league 7 times in a row
7. Pirlo's penalty against England

Negatives

1. Fulham 4 - 1 Juventus (Urgh)
2. Cardiff Final
3. Sales of Pogba and Vidal
4. Decline of the Italian national team
5. Decline of international football in general

Random

1. Ronaldo and Messi dominating the decade
2. Real Madrid's hatrick of CL (in a row)
3. Decline of AC Milan
4. Decline of Manchester UTD
5. Leicester winning the league (2016)


Overall I liked this decade
How is decline of Milan not in the Positives?
 
OP
OP
Ventus
Mar 10, 2009
6,504
#7
How is decline of Milan not in the Positives?
Considering the success we had this decade, it never really stuck out that much for me. Also, Milan have been pretty meh for too long now. They haven't been our genuine rivals since 2012.

With that note, I would probably remember how Napoli became our main rivals this decade.
 

Kyle

Piemonte Calcio
Contributor
Sep 4, 2006
68,954
#10
the unprecedented success brought to us by two true juventus legends and saints his grace Maxx Allegri and the colossus of calcio, the great Beppino, the sultan of Serie A, his imperial majesty Beppe Marotta.
 
OP
OP
Ventus
Mar 10, 2009
6,504
#12
You people may be taking this lightly, but come next year decade the same nostalgic people will be moaning how "the players were better in the 10s than the 20s."
 
May 23, 2013
3,381
#16
Positives

1. Becoming a football and Juventus fan.
2. Juventus vs Milan 2-0 (2011), which is the game I became a Juve fan.
3. Undefeated season.
4. 2014/15 amazing season, best Juve side of the decade.
5. Marchisio getting the world wide acclaim he deserved 2014-16.
6. WInning the league 7 times in a row.
7. England constantly failing at international level.
8. Milan being shit trash.
9. Sarri's appointment.
10. Decline of Man Utd and the Prem as a whole for a bit of time.

Negatives

1. CL Final Losses.
2. Referee "blunders" season after season for Madrid.
3. Sales of Pogba and Vidal.
4. Disgraceful treatment of legends (mostly Marchisio).
5. Decline of international football in general.
6. Afghanistan's national team's upwards projection ending due to extreme corruption.

What I'm Hoping For In The 2020's.

1. Juventus win multiple CL's.
2. The power base of football moving from Europe to Africa, Asia and South America.
3. Domestic football to improve dramatically in Africa and Asia.
4. An African or Asian nation to win a World Cup.
5. The rest of football to adopt the "Nations League" model for international football.
 

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