Luca Clemenza (3 Viewers)

Apr 9, 2015
3,054
#81
Yeah, let's play 18 and 19 year old primavera players in our first team who have absolutely no experience playing even Serie C quality opposition. $#@!'s sake. :lol:
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If you play against smaller teams and Juve already scored you can easily play a youngster. All youngsters begin with some minutes and when they play good in these minutes they will get more and more trust from te coach. Give youngsters a chance! Iniesta, Xavi etc. weren't also really good at their age and needed experience. Why playing everytime fucking padoin, Hernanes or whoever instead of a youngster if you're already 3-0? All big clubs play youngsters in Cup or small competition matches, only Juventus don't do this and we will have a problem if we need homegrown players in our squad in a few years.
 

Osman

Koul Khara!
Contributor
Aug 30, 2002
47,978
#82
Clearly our whole operation with the youth is completely missed up. Not only do we not produce good enough prospects, but even if we did the likely hood of them getting any small chance with the team outside preseason is next to none. Takes certain amount of courage just to put in a teenage player and see what happens, only can be rewarded if you try. And the other big 3 leagues have no qualms with this trial and error practice of just inserting them to this trial by fire approach and it generally gives them healthy results with that attitude to youth.


But it's not even about Juve but Italy in general just extremely conservative with youth. It has improved a bit past years with the less money there is in the league (average age defenitely been lowered in overall), but general result oriented seniority mindset remains mostly.
 

Osman

Koul Khara!
Contributor
Aug 30, 2002
47,978
#95
He is like 20 by now, why isn't he in our pre season tour just for the experience? We call up 17 year olds anyways.


Guess club don't rate him to that degree?

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