Mario Mandžukić (36 Viewers)

Mario, how many you score next year brat

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Jul 20, 2012
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It's sad. Sorri, French Fag and Icunti is absolutely revolting - it goes against everything Juve embodies. I don't think I've seen anything more repulsive than that potential trio @ my beloved club, all at once. I thought we were beyond the dark days of Del Neri and Amauri :sigh:
That's just football these days. Look at the epl, full of them, hard to watch given all these pricks like lingard, dele Alli, etc. I also just think it has a lot to do with Agnelli. Look at the coach we hired for example. Doesn't fit lo stile juve but he embodies modern football

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Or fans with some actual pride in them.
No longer the same emotions
 
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Hustini

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May 29, 2005
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It's easy for me to do that. Unfortunately, the stench that remains from your posts and that other dude will still linger and pervade. It's a hopeless situation :(

I guess some of us just have higher expectations of the team. The special ones will always be content, no matter what I suppose :sigh:

Anyway, I think Mandzukic will be sold for 15 million. I'd rather we sell ageing/fringe players to reinforce, unlike some of you.
You think we don't? You think don't want to win as much as you do?

That's a bit presumptuous don't you think? Some of us are trying to see the silver lining in a coach that we didn't want, others wanted Sarri. Those of us who didn't are coming to terms with it so I suggest you try.

Take a shot of Calma and relax.
 

Bianconero81

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Jan 26, 2009
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You think we don't? You think don't want to win as much as you do?

That's a bit presumptuous don't you think? Some of us are trying to see the silver lining in a coach that we didn't want, others wanted Sarri. Those of us who didn't are coming to terms with it so I suggest you try.

Take a shot of Calma and relax.
Calma gives me indigestion. I'll stick to Bloody Marys and Vodka Martinis :D
 
Sep 28, 2017
38
Mario is a living legend at the club. Hope Sarri can find a way to use the specific strenghts he has. I remember Milik in his first months at Napoli before the first major injury was quite effective in his system. Mario has such a high football IQ I have no doubts he can adjust too. He´s technique and short passing is underrated as well. He can still be very useful.

On the other hand we don´t know if he will accept having a lesser role than under Max and would want to leave based on that.
 
Jan 22, 2016
1,426
He has been a great servant for us. I enjoyed his clutch goals more than any of our players. His first 3 seasons was just amazing. After the Cardiff final he started to show slowness and that's normal for his age.
I don't think he would be happy to sit on the bench so it's the best time for him to leave and go somewhere that can play as starter like MLS and make more money.

Unfortunately, I don't think we will see him in our shirt next season.
 

Mr Chocolate

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Dec 23, 2012
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He should be phased out, should not have been a starter next season under any coach, but i don't see him playing under Sarri's system much at all, we could still get some money from him rather than him being on the bench all season, didn't Dortmund offer 20mil for him earlier, i'd take that in a heartbeat
 

spurdo

Senior Member
Jun 4, 2016
1,514
He's worth keeping, but if any decent offer arrives it's probably best for all parties if he leaves. He'll most likely have a role like Llorente at Tottenham which I doubt he'd approve. However, there's the chance that either Ronaldo or Dybala are successes in the #9 role and we'll revert to our more traditional set-up where he'll play more. However there is Kean too who is a more dynamic striker that Sarri would obviously like.

His biggest asset is locker room personality, which is super scarce nowadays since Barza is gone as well. There's only him, Khedira and Chiello to show the new mercenaries on how the winning of the past 5 years has been done.
 

PedroFlu

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Sep 20, 2011
6,131
Legend.

But time to go.. he probably knows it, but I don't know if he already accepts it. I think he may give it a go in the first part of the season and, after warming the bench too much, will leave for practically free in January. But ideally, he should go now.. Kean is the perfect replacement.
 

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