Lippi tribute (1 Viewer)

bahraini

Senior Member
May 20, 2003
555
#1
yeah
finally:down:
we all knew that this day will come one day
but still it hurts and feel sad..:down:
he said he will retire forever, i think he himself doesnt want
to coach other teams than JUVENTUS..
he loved the team and wants to be only for them...
but i really was hoping for him to stay one more year
i will miss the gray hair with cigar..
i really wanted him to leave after winning the CL
as he always wanted...
he desreves more than to leave in such a bad season.
he should leave victorious...while he is still one of the best
coaches in europe and the world..

lippi , we all love you and never forget about it..:down:
and we gonna miss u alot
 

Majed

Senior Member
Jul 17, 2002
9,630
#2
++ [ originally posted by bahraini ] ++
yeah
finally:down:
we all knew that this day will come one day
but still it hurts and feel sad..:down:
he said he will retire forever, i think he himself doesnt want
to coach other teams than JUVENTUS..
he loved the team and wants to be only for them...
but i really was hoping for him to stay one more year
i will miss the gray hair with cigar..
i really wanted him to leave after winning the CL
as he always wanted...
he desreves more than to leave in such a bad season.
he should leave victorious...while he is still one of the best
coaches in europe and the world..

lippi , we all love you and never forget about it..:down:
and we gonna miss u alot
it indeed would be a sad day when he leaves because he's given so much to the club, but i think it's the best choice.

It would have bothered me if he'd never won the CL, but he has, so it's not so bad.
i dont think he'll quit. notice he said that he won't coach another club. that opens the door for the national teams (Azzurri to be specific).

most coaches leave when they realize that they dont have much to offer. Lippi did enough. Rarely do coaches leave big teams when they're at their best.

It's time for new blood and i think Lippi's doing it for the good of the team too.
Again, it's sad to see a man who's brought so much to the team leave, but i think it's for the best.


Good luck Marcello... Grazie! :touched:
 

gray

Senior Member
Moderator
Apr 22, 2003
30,097
#3
I'm grateful to Lippi for all the things he's done with us, we were really 'his team'. Things change though, and I think this is best for the club. He had great charisma and I won't forget the things he's done for us. I wish him all the best in whatever he does :touched:
 

Majed

Senior Member
Jul 17, 2002
9,630
#4
May i add that i'm also glad that his time didn't end in a sacking..

it would have been terrible if juve sacked him.
 

gray

Senior Member
Moderator
Apr 22, 2003
30,097
#5
So true. I'm glad he left graciously rather than staying on for another season, playing shite, and getting sacked.

Shame on Real Madrid for the way they treated Del Bosque and Hierro :(
 

Majed

Senior Member
Jul 17, 2002
9,630
#6
++ [ originally posted by Graham ] ++
So true. I'm glad he left graciously rather than staying on for another season, playing shite, and getting sacked.

Shame on Real Madrid for the way they treated Del Bosque and Hierro :(
that shows how crude they are.
The way we treated Davids and are currently treating Trez isn't something to be proud of either.
 

gray

Senior Member
Moderator
Apr 22, 2003
30,097
#7
True.

Still, firing your manager, and a player who was your captain and legend for so many years, the day after they win the league.... :sigh::undecide:
 

Majed

Senior Member
Jul 17, 2002
9,630
#8
++ [ originally posted by Graham ] ++
True.

Still, firing your manager, and a player who was your captain and legend for so many years, the day after they win the league.... :sigh::undecide:
:eek: yeah, the timing also sucked..
 

Majed

Senior Member
Jul 17, 2002
9,630
#12
++ [ originally posted by Don Bes ] ++
he wouLd never get sacked. too smart or too much of a chicken to stay with the cLub in bad days.
maybe.. or maybe juve told him to quit out of respect for him. to save face you know..
 

swag

L'autista
Administrator
Sep 23, 2003
76,322
#15
Not only was I planning on swinging by the ritorno of the Coppa in a couple weeks, I was also going to be in Siena the following week and planned to catch the game. Looks like it will be Lippi's last game as a Juventino (or at least for this tour of duty).

I'll be sure to report back here on any suspicious activity... :cool:
 

A_LAcki

Senior Member
Dec 23, 2002
3,554
#17
Thank you Marcello! Thank you for every single trophy and every single play! I am so sad. This guy is Juve and he now leaves! Hope he takes over at Italy! I will miss moments like these one:
 

Eaglesnake_1

Senior Member
Mar 28, 2004
2,308
#18
!!! BEST JUVE COACH EVER ¡¡¡

One of brightest eras in Juventus life is closing as this men is leaving.
He imprint his own character on our team, an made it one of the strongest in the world.
He said that he s not willing to coach another team, only by chance the national team.

!!!!! forza lippi forever¡¡¡¡¡¡ ¡
 

delpiero10

Senior Member
Apr 5, 2004
1,158
#19
LIPPI is a legend, Juve/and we should thank him for what he has done, I gonna miss his personality, but i think it was the right thing of him to leave, the story most end, and there is time for a new era. Anyhow i will never forget him. Even tough i was a bit tired of him now.
 

dpforever

Prediction Game Champ 2003 & 2005
Jan 12, 2002
3,794
#20
Ciao Lippi.

We will really miss you as the Juve bench will never be the same without you. Thanks for all the success that you have brought to this great club and Good Luck in your personal life and career.

 

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