Would you bring Allegri back to Juve?


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Hydde

Duke NUKEM
Mar 6, 2003
37,910
Agree. People complaining about "ugly wins" like we didn't just lose Serie A and barely make CL. Chasing after "Beautiful football" set the orgnization back and yet we still hear complaints.
But why there cant be complains? Theres is alwsys room to improve. You are celebrasting this win like if we destroyed bayern in the cl final. You people are extremist.

Ill take a more rational and nOn bias approach so take note.

What allegri is doing with the defense is spot on. We need first to arrange our backline and start buikding from there. That is the right approach.

As long as he doesnt park the bus mindlessly, we will be fine. If the board finds him a couple capable midfielders in january, we will improve levels
 

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Mike-e-y

Senior Member
Jul 18, 2004
9,123
But why there cant be complains? Theres is alwsys room to improve. You are celebrasting this win like if we destroyed bayern in the cl final. You people are extremist.

Ill take a more rational and nOn bias approach so take note.

What allegri is doing with the defense is spot on. We need first to arrange our backline and start buikding from there. That is the right approach.

As long as he doesnt park the bus mindlessly, we will be fine. If the board finds him a couple capable midfielders in january, we will improve levels
Nothing wrong with balance, we need that.
People are jubilant because for the first time in 2 years it feels like we’re starting to get our identity back. 4 wins in a row, 2 clean sheets, a late winner in the derby.

There’s a hella way to go yet though, our start has really hampered us because it’s going to be a battle for the top 4. Napoli and Milan look excellent, Inter also look like they have retained a winning mentality. Roma could be a threat. There’s so much work to do but the last few games have been great for confidence. I hope we do something in January though because this team is lacking technical quality
 

Post Ironic

Senior Member
Feb 9, 2013
35,217
But why there cant be complains? Theres is alwsys room to improve. You are celebrasting this win like if we destroyed bayern in the cl final. You people are extremist.

Ill take a more rational and nOn bias approach so take note.

What allegri is doing with the defense is spot on. We need first to arrange our backline and start buikding from there. That is the right approach.

As long as he doesnt park the bus mindlessly, we will be fine. If the board finds him a couple capable midfielders in january, we will improve levels
Show me one person celebrating this win like we destroyed Bayern in a CL Final? What a load of willies. :lol:
 

Juventinoo

Ertuğrul Oğlu Osman
Oct 20, 2004
3,489
You would think people would learn to appreciate Allegri after being deprived for two years but here we are again with these ingrates.

This is what Allegri’s squads do; grind out wins. Operative word: WINS.
True ... also we dont have the right players to play fast peace high pressing football ...

The man plays of what he have ... and lets grow from here ...
 

Hydde

Duke NUKEM
Mar 6, 2003
37,910
Nothing wrong with balance, we need that.
People are jubilant because for the first time in 2 years it feels like we’re starting to get our identity back. 4 wins in a row, 2 clean sheets, a late winner in the derby.

There’s a hella way to go yet though, our start has really hampered us because it’s going to be a battle for the top 4. Napoli and Milan look excellent, Inter also look like they have retained a winning mentality. Roma could be a threat. There’s so much work to do but the last few games have been great for confidence. I hope we do something in January though because this team is lacking technical quality
Exactly my thoughts.

I will judge further once we have 2 more competent players on midfield
 

Juventinoo

Ertuğrul Oğlu Osman
Oct 20, 2004
3,489
https://football-italia.net/juventus-coach-allegri-accused-on-tv-of-ghosting-ex-girlfriend/
Juventus coach Max Allegri is hitting the headlines for all the wrong reasons, as his ex-girlfriend and her daughter accuse him of cheating and then ghosting them, with the matter ending up on television.


The 54-year-old might not seem it, but he already has a reputation as the playboy manager of Italian football, as he left one woman a couple of weeks before their wedding, then split with another after she fell pregnant.


He had been with 44-year-old television presenter, actress and singer Ambra Angiolini since 2017.


However, she confirmed to the Striscia La Notizia television programme that not only had their relationship broken down, but also that Allegri was effectively ghosting her, refusing any form of contact and simply disappearing.


When handed the Tapiro d’Oro, a comedy award given to anyone having a bad time in the news, she joked: “At least he’ll come into my house in Milan…”


Ambra’s daughter from a previous relationship, Jolanda Renga, went into considerably more detail and openly blamed Allegri via an Instagram post.


“Why go to her in Milan with the Tapiro d’Oro? Why not go to Turin? Because she trusted someone who she shared four years of her life with?!


“Even if this person in the end proved to be different, is it the fault of the one who trusts or the one who betrays that trust, and betrays in every possible sense?


“What is so reproachable or ‘loser’ like about trusting and loving?”


The use of the phrase ‘betrays’ used the same wording in Italian that refers to someone cheating on their partner.


Considering his record with women, Calciomercato.com pointed out: “There’s only one Lady Allegri is faithful to and it’s Juve.”

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I like him more ...:lol:
 

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