Was Allegri a good choice: Yes or no?

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Stephan

Senior Member
Nov 9, 2005
16,018
Can you guys imagine this. If we lost vs tottenham and he got fired last summer, wed now be coached by Zidane. Yes we got that epic night at Bernabeu out of it, but was it worth it in hindsight?
Zidane is obsessed with Madrid. He would have quit us when Real got into trouble. Real is like his first true love or smth. He will keep going back there for some sex with the ex.
 

Sashazulu

Junior Member
Jan 19, 2017
204
The gurus were right in that we contacted Pep, it just wasnt the moment yet. 2021 probably. Before that we had Zidane in sight
The guru's were 100% wrong. Pep said no from the beginning. Than they went straight for Sarri.
The guru's took all of you by the balls and most of you dreaming about the impossible even after Pep told you many times NO
 

Guarin-lover

Junior Member
Feb 2, 2014
163
I'm sorry, but Allegri should be considered as a big underachiever for not winning a Champions League trophy.

Especially when he inherited a historically dominant Juventus team who previously won 3 straight Scudettos.

Sure, people can say Juventus reached CL-finals twice. But finishing 2nd place is just as bad as being eliminated from Round of 16.

The goal has always been winning Champions League. Which Allegri failed to do so.
 

Cerval

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Feb 20, 2016
15,978
Sure, people can say Juventus reached CL-finals twice. But finishing 2nd place is just as bad as being eliminated from Round of 16
You can try convincing yourself about that but that's far from true. It's pretty funny seeing some fans preferring early exits instead of getting to the final because it hurts them. Talk about having no perspective.

Next thing you know, being relegated is the same as finishing second. Talk about being spoiled.
 

Vlad

Delusional
May 23, 2011
18,389
I'm sorry, but Allegri should be considered as a big underachiever for not winning a Champions League trophy.

Especially when he inherited a historically dominant Juventus team who previously won 3 straight Scudettos.

Sure, people can say Juventus reached CL-finals twice. But finishing 2nd place is just as bad as being eliminated from Round of 16.

The goal has always been winning Champions League. Which Allegri failed to do so.
This is incredible. Serie A has been at its historically lowest, yet the same people dismissing Serie A title as valuable acomplishment are using it as an argument for CL. Getting beaten by one of all time greatest teams in final, led by one of the top 5 players of all time, after putting hell of a show in a second half when for good spells we had Barca at the ropes and were closer to scoring our 2nd goal is considered underachieving... He also inherited a team that were knocked out in the group stage in the previous season of the CL, that no one would give half a chance for reaching final in the next one.
 

Cerval

Senior Member
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Feb 20, 2016
15,978
Seriously this all or nothing mentality is the downfall of this club. It's what drives the club to go for short term thinking that hinders us instead of building something serious ever since we switched to the JJ brand.
 

Vlad

Delusional
May 23, 2011
18,389
Seriously this all or nothing mentality is the downfall of this club. It's what drives the club to go for short term thinking that hinders us instead of building something serious ever since we switched to the JJ brand.
I gave up on CL, I have no expectations whatsoever so if it happens fine. Id rather we retrace few steps back and build a team for the next 5-6 seasons. Obsessions arent healthy.
 

GordoDeCentral

Diez
Moderator
Apr 14, 2005
59,866
I'm sorry, but Allegri should be considered as a big underachiever for not winning a Champions League trophy.

Especially when he inherited a historically dominant Juventus team who previously won 3 straight Scudettos.

Sure, people can say Juventus reached CL-finals twice. But finishing 2nd place is just as bad as being eliminated from Round of 16.

The goal has always been winning Champions League. Which Allegri failed to do so.
I'm sorry i don't know why you hadn't been permabanned until today, apologies
 

Inglip

Senior Member
Jul 29, 2011
2,204
I'm sorry, but Allegri should be considered as a big underachiever for not winning a Champions League trophy.

Especially when he inherited a historically dominant Juventus team who previously won 3 straight Scudettos.

Sure, people can say Juventus reached CL-finals twice. But finishing 2nd place is just as bad as being eliminated from Round of 16.

The goal has always been winning Champions League. Which Allegri failed to do so.
Is this sarcasm, or you are just dumb?
 

Juventino[RUS]

Senior Member
Mar 9, 2006
25,642
So Allegri wanted to sell Dybala and Cancelo, was fired because of different views on the market between him and the board of directors, but now Juventus are selling Dybala and Cancelo, that's unbelievable really
 

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