Mauricio Pochettino - Manager (Unemployed) (3 Viewers)

JuveJay

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Mar 6, 2007
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#41
He would be good choice, but we are Juve. We would rather go for Mancini or Spaletti. :cry:
Young and attacking coaches will always be popular, just as young players are. It gives an idea of freshness and enthusiasm, exponential growth. May well be a different reality here though. For example we'd probably have bombed Klopp out after two seasons, but then he wasn't expected to win the title straight away at Liverpool.

Minimum requirement here for a coach is win the title or you're probably sacked. I just can't see anything other than a massive settling in period for a young German coach, much more so than going to the Premier League.

Pochettino? He's obviously a very good coach but has an elite reputation that seems a bit above his level. He also likes dynamic players and high press, attacking football. Sounds familiar...shame we don't have those players. Whether Sarri stays another season or not the squad needs to be evolved to suit the kind of football we want to play. Just don't ever expect Juventus to play like prime Dortmund or Liverpool.
 

Cerval

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Feb 20, 2016
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#42
Firstly after taking a gamble with Sarri now we want to do the same with Pochettino a person with zero trophies who should have won the premier League trophy when Leicester city won it on top of it his expensive salary we might have better choice in hiring de zerbi
Poch adapts and did well in CL. Not Sarri. Plus you need to have the management and club structure in order to win and he'd get that here. Every successful coach have won nothing until they had the opportunity to do so

Plus can't teach an old dog new tricks (Sarri)

Both profiles are different, an important con is his salary however
 

Karim30

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May 6, 2012
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#43
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Pochettino would love to go to Italy, if Juventus asked him he would accept, but he's a coach who wants a lot of money, something like €12m a season. I would say that he is a name to watch out for, but not just for Juventus. [Romeo Agresti]
I hope it's a classic mix up between gross and net salary, otherwise it's a solid NO
 

Juventinoo

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Oct 20, 2004
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#45
Firstly after taking a gamble with Sarri now we want to do the same with Pochettino a person with zero trophies who should have won the premier League trophy when Leicester city won it on top of it his expensive salary we might have better choice in hiring de zerbi
You think EPL is like the italian league :lol2:

Leicester was also super at that time ...not only for Tottenham ....

and just FYI , Allegri had 1 scudetto with Milan before coming to Juve ..like Zaccheroni did !! , but Allegri turned great and Zac is shit ...

Ancelotti was shit with us and turned into great with Milan ...too much great ....

I would say , Poch :

- Great at team motivation
- Great dealing with the type of our management ( has zero market control)
- has a football Styles ( they floor Real many times 3 -0 or 5 - 0 )
- Has experienced competitive league like the EPL ...

bring him on and his 4 2 3 1 formation which suits us more .... and he is not rigid tactically as he can shift to 4 3 3 or 4 3 1 2 or even 4 4 2 ....

last note: Allegri is a tactical genius , we will never ever see a coach like him .... no one except ZZ which is not possible ...
 

rakib567

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Apr 27, 2013
8,980
#56
Ideal candidate Klopp, never happening
What juve fans want Guadiola
Who ronaldo dosnt want Guadiola




What actually will happen: Sarri has a 3 year contract, will win the scudetto and loose 2nd leg against lyon at home. Since he won the scudetto there wont be a reason to fire him so he stays next year. We will buy Jorginho, Milik and Hisaj and enjoy another mediocre year. We may win the scudetto again but thats about it.
 

Lion

King of Tuz
Jan 24, 2007
24,352
#59
best scenario would be getting del bosque or wenger as managers.

these coaches are experiened. have won lots, and command respect.


no other choice compares. i dare you to point one out. you can't because non are available
 

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