Massimiliano Allegri (23 Viewers)

Was Allegri a good choice: Yes or no?

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duranfj

Senior Member
Jul 30, 2015
4,950
I´ve always criticized Max first half with us cus he used to do some very weird experiments and nonsense call. This season the guy is on fire from the very day one, we screwed one game cuz we missed as many sitters as EPL Stupid fans are... so lets move on and keep enjoying our moment
 

vodka

55k stadium or riot
Jul 13, 2010
3,550
I´ve always criticized Max first half with us cus he used to do some very weird experiments and nonsense call. This season the guy is on fire from the very day one, we screwed one game cuz we missed as many sitters as EPL Stupid fans are... so lets move on and keep enjoying our moment
Yes but his second half is a crapcake. How many top level teams fail to score 4 goals? A win is a win bla bla, but we are not free scoring team, explain me why. Please don't come up with things like oh it's serie a and oh teams are parking bus against us because that would mean we are the only team in the world that would have such a though task to score
 

ALC

Ohaulick
Oct 28, 2010
39,813
Yes but his second half is a crapcake. How many top level teams fail to score 4 goals? A win is a win bla bla, but we are not free scoring team, explain me why. Please don't come up with things like oh it's serie a and oh teams are parking bus against us because that would mean we are the only team in the world that would have such a though task to score
Team is still gelling, they’ll only get better moving forward. This game was a good experience for them and thankfully it was a meaningless one.
 

Nzoric

Grazie Mirko
Jan 16, 2011
34,643
Team is still gelling, they’ll only get better moving forward. This game was a good experience for them and thankfully it was a meaningless one.
Allegri had been here for half a decade and people still fail to realize that the magic happens from february and onward.

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pitbull

Senior Member
Jul 26, 2007
10,962
Allegri had been here for half a decade and people still fail to realize that the magic happens from february and onward.

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in his first 3 seasons yes, but last season nothing changed in february or march or april, we kept grinding out the results in the same fashion as in the first part of season, there was no big shift as with 4231 in 2016/17
 

pavluska

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Contributor
Apr 25, 2013
2,605
Yes but his second half is a crapcake. How many top level teams fail to score 4 goals? A win is a win bla bla, but we are not free scoring team, explain me why. Please don't come up with things like oh it's serie a and oh teams are parking bus against us because that would mean we are the only team in the world that would have such a though task to score
Actually, Serie A teams punish you big time if you're too attacking. But in CL, you get rewarded for an attacking, high pressing game (not gung ho and as long as your team is balanced).

Didn't mind the same closing out tactics back in the day when we had less technique and couldn't hold on to the ball as well, but these days it's inviting unnecessary pressure for no reason. We should be playing pretty much the same way we did for the first hour vs Real in Madrid last season. More or less. Get the second goal playing that way and then keep the ball.
 

duranfj

Senior Member
Jul 30, 2015
4,950
Yes but his second half is a crapcake. How many top level teams fail to score 4 goals? A win is a win bla bla, but we are not free scoring team, explain me why. Please don't come up with things like oh it's serie a and oh teams are parking bus against us because that would mean we are the only team in the world that would have such a though task to score
Well I actually think it could help us to understand that we might be the strongest team in the world next to Messi's gang but we haven't won anything so nobody really care how good r we? if we don't win everything this season and even midtable team level like Manu right now can hurt us if we don't smash them against the floor as we know for sure we can do it
 

The Quazis

Senior Member
Dec 21, 2012
2,597
The loss to United still leaves a bitter taste in my mouth. However, some of the notions here are a bit exaggerated. I agree the game should have been put into bed as soon as the first half goes but what Max can do if Khedira and Cuadrado miss those sitters? The goals we conceded were also purely on the players, Matuidi ridiculous foul just in front of the goal and the atrocious defending to the set piece that gave United the second goal. Obviously, current Juve is strong enough to oppose the usual misfortunes that happen during a game but the Wednesday's match was extremely unlucky for us.
 

pavluska

Senior Member
Contributor
Apr 25, 2013
2,605
Actually, Serie A teams punish you big time if you're too attacking. But in CL, you get rewarded for an attacking, high pressing game (not gung ho and as long as your team is balanced).

Didn't mind the same closing out tactics back in the day when we had less technique and couldn't hold on to the ball as well, but these days it's inviting unnecessary pressure for no reason. We should be playing pretty much the same way we did for the first hour vs Real in Madrid last season. More or less. Get the second goal playing that way and then keep the ball.
Want to add that closing both of the Utd games out like that were definitely drills as I mentioned before. But I'm afraid we won't see that just vs Barca but vs every knockout opponent. And we'll only attack/be more proactive and rely on instinct like we did in Madrid only in similar circumstances. It'll be the calculating approach as usual.

As for the result, thing that matters most is $/exposure. Anytime you beat an EPL side, the whole world takes notice.
 

Hydde

LIQUID PEASANT
Mar 6, 2003
34,561
Cuadrado can be dogshit in so many matches and he still has his passionate defenders.

Dybala has one average game and half the forum asks to sell him.
He is a good guy and loyal soldier.

But he is just too hot and cold for an elite team like us. Thats all theres to it.

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The loss to United still leaves a bitter taste in my mouth. However, some of the notions here are a bit exaggerated. I agree the game should have been put into bed as soon as the first half goes but what Max can do if Khedira and Cuadrado miss those sitters? The goals we conceded were also purely on the players, Matuidi ridiculous foul just in front of the goal and the atrocious defending to the set piece that gave United the second goal. Obviously, current Juve is strong enough to oppose the usual misfortunes that happen during a game but the Wednesday's match was extremely unlucky for us.
It seemed to be one of those days.

We also had 3 of our best players and scorers out, in mandzukic, berna and costa.

We had a good run until this game, so lets see how max reacts.

Its worth mentioning chiellinis words, which talked about he saw this coming since some games ago, that we were not closing the games effectively.

Lets see what happens with some of our best attackers coming back.
 
Jan 22, 2016
467
I still believe he should have left after that final. Our game hasn't improved since then despite having a much stronger squad and the best player in the world.
Just like Conte his leaving will have a greater good for this team.

I love this guy. I want him to succeeds with us but his reluctance to address his mistakes is pulling us back big time.

I feel this is his last year with us. Just hoping he will bring big ears for us.
 
Apr 19, 2007
2,573
Cuadrado can be dogshit in so many matches and he still has his passionate defenders.

Dybala has one average game and half the forum asks to sell him.
Do you think cuads has more defenders than Dybala? Dybala has the most backers of any player we have. Also Cuads is our 5/6 best attacker so much less pressure and expectations than the second highest wage earner that could get us 150 mil in the market
 

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