Maurizio Sarri (25 Viewers)

campionesidd

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Mar 16, 2013
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Ahhahahahahaha. Seeing all the hate he gets. And we got schooled in the league by Inter and Napoli :lol:
Sarri got schooled by Lazio, Cagliari, Verona, Roma, Napoli and Milan, if you want to play that game. Oh and Lyon too. And he shamefully lost the Coppa Italia and Supercoppa.

On a more serious note, do you even watch us play? Do you not see the obvious improvement in our tactical approach to games?

Also, it’s clear to me that you want Pirlo to fail just so you can say I told you so. How do I know this? You are nowhere to be seen when we win, but suddenly appear when he don’t. And it seems from your tone, you don’t even care about the result, but are just happy to gloat.
 

Post Ironic

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Feb 9, 2013
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Whenever you lose an argument you come up with that. It’s getting old. Unless 1st and 4th position is same thing for you.
Lose an argument? To you? :lol2:

Says the dork still celebrating the garbage we saw all last year, the most pathetic Juve season since Del Neri.

Pretty clear management and ownership agree with me seeing as they shit-canned your hero after a single pathetic season. And players came out and said Sarri couldn’t motivate the team to save his life. :lol:
 

campionesidd

Senior Member
Mar 16, 2013
11,305
Lose an argument? To you? :lol2:

Says the dork still celebrating the garbage we saw all last year, the most pathetic Juve season since Del Neri.

Pretty clear management and ownership agree with me seeing as they shit-canned your hero after a single pathetic season. And players came out and said Sarri couldn’t motivate the team to save his life. :lol:
All he can talk about is the league position, because that’s all he’s got. Nothing about our one-dimensional tactics, reliance on Dybala and Ronaldo (and penalties), and humiliating cup defeats.
 

Lion

King of Tuz
Jan 24, 2007
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imo covid saved juve's season last year. lazio looked like juve did back in 2011-2012 just unstoppable + penalties almost every game. they were for sure winning the title if they didn't need to start playing every 3 days for 2 months straight.

juve's bigger squad meant they were better prepared to handle the matches.
 

Strickland

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May 17, 2019
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All he can talk about is the league position, because that’s all he’s got. Nothing about our one-dimensional tactics, reliance on Dybala and Ronaldo (and penalties), and humiliating cup defeats.
Then again winning is the only thing that matters not 4d tactics or how many players you're reliant on. And fact is we won the competition that matters under Sarri, SuperCoppa or Coppa will hardly be any consolation if we lose the Scudetto to Inter and Conte. Sarri turned out to be a bad appointment, but if we lose the 10th Scudetto Pirlo will turn out to be an even worse one.
 

Snobist

DareDevil
Apr 16, 2017
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Lose an argument? To you? :lol2:

Says the dork still celebrating the garbage we saw all last year, the most pathetic Juve season since Del Neri.

Pretty clear management and ownership agree with me seeing as they shit-canned your hero after a single pathetic season. And players came out and said Sarri couldn’t motivate the team to save his life. :lol:
Agree. With Sarri juve finished 1st, with Del Neri 7th. Seems like Pirlo is closer to Del Neri than Sarri.
 

campionesidd

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Mar 16, 2013
11,305
Then again winning is the only thing that matters not 4d tactics or how many players you're reliant on. And fact is we won the competition that matters under Sarri, SuperCoppa or Coppa will hardly be any consolation if we lose the Scudetto to Inter and Conte. Sarri turned out to be a bad appointment, but if we lose the 10th Scudetto Pirlo will turn out to be an even worse one.
You do realize that Juventus has to think beyond one season, don’t you?
 

campionesidd

Senior Member
Mar 16, 2013
11,305
Yes, what's your point? That Pirlo isn't a bad appointment even if he loses the Scudetto to Inter, because next season he'll be better?
yes. Of course, as long as we are seeing signs of improvement we should stick with him.
Lol, and people here wanted Gapserini. Gasperini would never succeed here because y’all would hound him out at the first sign of trouble.
 

Post Ironic

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Feb 9, 2013
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Then again winning is the only thing that matters not 4d tactics or how many players you're reliant on. And fact is we won the competition that matters under Sarri, SuperCoppa or Coppa will hardly be any consolation if we lose the Scudetto to Inter and Conte. Sarri turned out to be a bad appointment, but if we lose the 10th Scudetto Pirlo will turn out to be an even worse one.
If we win Supercoppa and Coppa and get to CL semi’s or better, finish 85+ pts (2+ above last year) in the league, but finish second... if the above happens.

This year > last year by a significant margin.

If we lose scudetto and have another embarrassing and early exit from CL than Pirlo should be sacked imo.

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yes. Of course, as long as we are seeing signs of improvement we should stick with him.
Lol, and people here wanted Gapserini. Gasperini would never succeed here because y’all would hound him out at the first sign of trouble.
:agree:

Sarri got sacked because the team significantly regressed throughout the year. Simple as that.
 

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