Was Allegri a good choice: Yes or no?

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Lion

King of Tuz
Jan 24, 2007
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Nah. We just like our continued success, which seems threatened .

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i understand that point. realistically regardless of who is coach, eventually you are going to not finish as winner in league. it happens when you are big boss for 8 seasons in a row.

that's what people need to be prepared for.
 

Juventinoo

Ertuğrul Oğlu Osman
Oct 20, 2004
2,352
i understand that point. realistically regardless of who is coach, eventually you are going to not finish as winner in league. it happens when you are big boss for 8 seasons in a row.

that's what people need to be prepared for.
But this year ... we have the means to win the 9th ! So why we should accept any less?
Sorry , but Inter who is closest to win it this year.with us....have a new coach.... many new players ... suppose them having difficulty to win this year...

No, This year the minimum is the scudetto .... any one coaching us should win it with this squad and experience .. ... otherwise... it's the coach who is not up to the task ....

9th this year is doable , even with the latest setbacks ...
 

juve123

Senior Member
Aug 10, 2017
5,420
But this year ... we have the means to win the 9th ! So why we should accept any less?
Sorry , but Inter who is closest to win it this year.with us....have a new coach.... many new players ... suppose them having difficulty to win this year...

No, This year the minimum is the scudetto .... any one coaching us should win it with this squad and experience .. ... otherwise... it's the coach who is not up to the task ....

9th this year is doable , even with the latest setbacks ...
It is the management who appointed the coach that were arrogant and complacent in thinking that they could win the scudetto with any coach.
 

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