Was Allegri a good choice: Yes or no?

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Gep

The Guv'nor
Jun 12, 2005
15,038
I misunderstood your statement, my bad. I got it now.

But that is a recipe for disaster if it happens.
Only if Sarri remains. Other than that we’ll be ok.

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funny i thought you were kidding about liking Sarri
Sit on the fence kind of guy. I was bullied as a kid so I’ve learned how to have a split personality. That way I have friends.
 

Bianconero_Aus

Beppe Marotta Is My God
May 26, 2009
66,591
Tici will let him go to Milan and watch both Milan and inter improve on us
Can actually see it happening

I miss him a lot tbh. As bad as last season got, I wonder where the club would be if we kept him and revolutionised the squad like he wanted to.

The only negative would have been selling Dybala. But other than that, what a horrible mistake to swap him for the thing we currently have coaching us.
 

Vlad

Delusional
May 23, 2011
19,005
From what I’ve read, it was Paratici and Nedved who pushed to replace Allegri with Sarri. Agnelli was more in favour with keeping Max. He even hinted at this during the press conference when we announced he was leaving.
If this is true and if the worst happens, we finish behind inter and early knocked out of CL, would these two get sacked/demoted? I wonder how Agnelli would act? With all due respect, he isnt like his father or uncle, seems a bit soft.
 
Apr 19, 2007
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If this is true and if the worst happens, we finish behind inter and early knocked out of CL, would these two get sacked/demoted? I wonder how Agnelli would act? With all due respect, he isnt like his father or uncle, seems a bit soft.
Soft? He isnt running a top Juve that needs stability. He took us from the bottom on a long term growth model getting us to the top. That takes more long term goal driven things like spending control and not over reacting. He will make a move when its needed no doubt
 

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