Was Allegri a good choice: Yes or no?

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Seven

In bocca al lupo, Fabio.
Jun 25, 2003
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I feel like anyone who posts in this thread after a negative/mediocre result or performance should be thread banned.
Yeah.. I really loved this guy during his tenure. He was witty, had a way with women and it was funny watching him consistently fuck up the first leg only to make an incredible comeback in the second. One of the few coaches out there who will actually win games because of the way he sets his team up.

But he was here for a long time and sometimes you do need to change things up.
 

Juliano13

Senior Member
May 6, 2012
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Yeah.. I really loved this guy during his tenure. He was witty, had a way with women and it was funny watching him consistently fuck up the first leg only to make an incredible comeback in the second. One of the few coaches out there who will actually win games because of the way he sets his team up.

But he was here for a long time and sometimes you do need to change things up.
Especially if you win every year and want to make the league interesting. Then you hire a know loser and when even that fails you hire a complete rookie.
 

Strickland

Senior Member
May 17, 2019
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At this point it starts to get interesting to revive this idea. Im surprised he is still without a club. Who else is out there besides Max, should the Pirlo experiment sink any deeper.?
Max is the clear choice to stabilize the ship middle of the year, if he refuses I think we need an experienced caretaker to stabilize the ship if Pirlo crashes and burns, maybe Spalleti? :D

Long term interesting ideas to consider are Poch, Setien and Jardim, who're all currently unemployed, but you can't throw them in mid season in a league they have no idea about.
 

Juventinoo

Ertuğrul Oğlu Osman
Oct 20, 2004
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Max is the clear choice to stabilize the ship middle of the year, if he refuses I think we need an experienced caretaker to stabilize the ship if Pirlo crashes and burns, maybe Spalleti? :D

Long term interesting ideas to consider are Poch, Setien and Jardim, who're all currently unemployed, but you can't throw them in mid season in a league they have no idea about.
Spalleti
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If Allegri will be hired .... i expect his nose will be tooooo much up and big ....

more market power
More patience and time , a project for 3 years

more salary ....

of course Nedved and Fabio less influence which could have long term effect on Fabio specifically
 

Xperd

Legendary G.O.A.T
Jun 1, 2012
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Not sure if we're even going to consider bringing him back because he's probably too expensive for us atm. Pirlo was hired looking at the economic aspect as well and Sarri is still on our payroll.

And secondly bringing him back would mean the management admitting themselves that they failed pretty hard in attempting to change our style of football by favoring hipster coaches over result oriented ones so I'm not sure this board would be willing to accept defeat so easily.
 

Strickland

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May 17, 2019
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Spalleti
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If Allegri will be hired .... i expect his nose will be tooooo much up and big ....

more market power
More patience and time , a project for 3 years

more salary ....

of course Nedved and Fabio less influence which could have long term effect on Fabio specifically
If Allegri refuses, Id accept Spalletti only on a Pioli at Milan type of contract. If the team plays their ball off for him he stays, but if not its bye bye end of season. The coaches winter market is as much of a clusterfuck as the players one :D But we're definitely not at the crossroads with Pirlo yet.
 
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LiquidPLP

Senior Member
Jun 9, 2012
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Spaletti is still under contract with Inter. Why would anyone do them a favor? besides, he's not what this club needs.

If you want to stabilize the ship then probably only Allegri fits this need. Other than that, maybe Mancini?

In the end nothing will happen, since Sarri is still on Juve's payroll and you can't just add to that Pirlo + a top manager.
 
Mar 10, 2009
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Spaletti is still under contract with Inter. Why would anyone do them a favor? besides, he's not what this club needs.

If you want to stabilize the ship then probably only Allegri fits this need. Other than that, maybe Mancini?

In the end nothing will happen, since Sarri is still on Juve's payroll and you can't just add to that Pirlo + a top manager.

Mancini is another Conte. Awful in Europe. We need Allegri, or try and tempt Ancelotti from Everton.
 

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