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juve123

Senior Member
Aug 10, 2017
12,898
Troll... :p Deep down you are huge Allegri's admirer.

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Hes the trolling the fuck out of this place. Its funny cause anti Allegri mob think hes serious. Hes prolly the biggest fan of Max you'll find on net.
just get him back please. enough is enough. get him back and give him more control of transfers
every delay in getting allegri back is just further allowing inter to build their own streak of winning serie a.

stop the sabotage
pls allegro. pls com bak
oh my!

we are about to witness the return of the most dominating force in sports entertainment history.

the legend is back.
Look at all these quotes incredible he is the biggest Allegri throater.
 

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zizinho

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Apr 14, 2013
50,878
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At Milan?
 

Vialli_92

Senior Member
Mar 7, 2013
6,480
Juve lack leaders on the pitch, just Bonucci is around and he's not playing so well himself.

Allegri always had big characters at Juve and now that is taken away from him.

For sure it's a big part of why Allegri's second spell at the club is going so bad.

Pirlo even managed to do better than him in Allegri's first season back.

I think Max is out of ideas at Juve and doesn't have the coaching ability to improve players and get them playing good football.
 

Strickland

Senior Member
May 17, 2019
4,055

ok, meeting hasn't started yet its over.
Club, points in Serie A, Wage bill (gross):
1. Napoli, 17 points, 69.33m
2. Atalanta, 17 points, 39.88m
3. Udinese, 16 points, 9.21m
4. Lazio, 14 points, 70.46m
5. AC Milan, 14 points, 80.82m
6. Roma, 13 points, 86.71m
7. Inter, 12 points, 126.21m
8. Juventus, 10 points (including 2 in the last 3 games), 158.88m

I hope they have enough space in the agenda to discuss why we're so ineffective with our resources.
 

LiquidPLP

Senior Member
Jun 9, 2012
11,685
Club, points in Serie A, Wage bill (gross):
1. Napoli, 17 points, 69.33m
2. Atalanta, 17 points, 39.88m
3. Udinese, 16 points, 9.21m
4. Lazio, 14 points, 70.46m
5. AC Milan, 14 points, 80.82m
6. Roma, 13 points, 86.71m
7. Inter, 12 points, 126.21m
8. Juventus, 10 points (including 2 in the last 3 games), 158.88m

I hope they have enough space in the agenda to discuss why we're so ineffective with our resources.
They will just use the excuse of the pandemic and necessity of downsizing which couldn't happen in one or two Summers. In fact, the complete purging should be complete by the Summer of 2024 where most of the overpaid bums are gone.

The poor results will be blamed on 'unfortunate' injuries and calls that went against the club recently.

They have no willingness to fire Allegri because that would mean more money burning and then you have to come up with a replacement that will guarantee significant improvement.

They're stuck and afraid of making a move, it's more than clear by now. They're happy they can get away with -250m in red and that's what matters for them.
 

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