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LiquidPLP

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Jun 9, 2012
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If we go by the previous indication of season prices going up I'd expect another top acquisition
Well, that makes sense because we're in dire need of getting a proper CB and CM/B2B. That would be the very least to improve this team. Let's say that if we kept Pjanic and somehow managed to buy another top mid like Pogba (I think this one is almost impossible) then we shouldn't have too much problems with implementing Sarri's style of football and actually staying competitive. I just can't see Matuidi and Khedira being relevant anymore, we need a creativity from the midfield which doesn't come cheap these days.
 

Bianconero81

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Jan 26, 2009
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Targeting? Yes.

Pogba which means we will end up with Rabiot.
Rabiot is free. We will get him if we want to. His wage demands are insane tho, and I doubt he's worth it. He has accomplished zilch in his career and is already a self entitled sack of shit. Also, his mother looks like a Himalayan toad, so it's a no go.
 

Klin

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May 27, 2009
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How does that compare to EPL? I don't see it as too pricey if I'm honest. Paying €1000 to watch 30 games in a year ain't too bad.
 

Valerio.

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Jul 5, 2014
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How does that compare to EPL? I don't see it as too pricey if I'm honest. Paying €1000 to watch 30 games in a year ain't too bad.
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For Champions League games and Coppa Italia you'll have to buy the individual ticket.
CL games are between 45 and 60€ (the cheapest sectors) - Coppa Italia 15-35€ per ticket (always the cheapest)

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Does someone know if there is a proper and not complicated way to resell your seat for one game if you are a season ticket holder?
yes there are 2 ways.
First you can resell your ticket directly to Juventus.
Juventus will try to sell your ticket and if it does it will credit the money on your juventus account.
Money that you can use to buy from the store o to renew your season pass or buy other juventus tickets.

Else if you're a season pass holder on juventus.com you can register UP TO 3 people (who must be in possesion of Juventus TDT card) and send your ticket to the three of them. Then you decide how much you sell your ticket and get the money in cash/digital how you wish.
Minus is that once you occupy a slot that's permanent.
The slots reset after every season

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That's my page as season pass holder on Juventus.com
I used 2 spots and one left blank
So you'd better do it with people you know they might be interested to attend more than 1 game per season
 
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Mar 9, 2006
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If Google numbers don't lie then average salary in Turin is around 45000 euros, minus taxes its around 30000 and they say that the prices are huge? You can get an average season pass for 1000-1200 euros, and then you can sell your seat for good money for foreign fans who'd like to watch the match against Chievo or any other low tier team, crybabies
 

Kyle

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Sep 4, 2006
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If Google numbers don't lie then average salary in Turin is around 45000 euros, minus taxes its around 30000 and they say that the prices are huge? You can get an average season pass for 1000-1200 euros, and then you can sell your seat for good money for foreign fans who'd like to watch the match against Chievo or any other low tier team, crybabies
lol thats not very high of course they are concerned about cost.
 

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