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Mokku

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Apr 17, 2019
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#83
Vlahovic is better than all of Inter's strikers. Last season we lost to them when we missed many key players, all we need is some creativity and we'll stomp these bums.
 
May 23, 2013
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Random question, but are your most enjoyable years for watching football?

My top 3: 2012, 2014, 2019

The worst year was certainly 2013 though. Absolutely dreadful season where every major league was basically decided from the first game day.
 
Dec 31, 2002
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Random question, but are your most enjoyable years for watching football?

My top 3: 2012, 2014, 2019

The worst year was certainly 2013 though. Absolutely dreadful season where every major league was basically decided from the first game day.
Easily 97+98 - I started watching football at the CL final of 96 and we were amazing at the time - easily the best in Europe these years (even though we lost the finals)
Zidane and Davids playing together with DP and Montero at the back.. these were the days..
 
May 23, 2013
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Easily 97+98 - I started watching football at the CL final of 96 and we were amazing at the time - easily the best in Europe these years (even though we lost the finals)
Zidane and Davids playing together with DP and Montero at the back.. these were the days..
Good choice. The golden ages of the late 90s and mid 80s are probably responsible for the bulk of Juventus' non-Italian fan base. Platini was also an absolute superstar in the 80s, my relatives still rate him over Maradona.

Platini, Zidane, Davids, Del Piero etc. Wow, just wow. I feel like every successful period in our history coincides with elite level midfielders. Need to get back to that.

But honestly they don't make midfielders like they used to. It's kinda lame how the number of maestros has decreased so much compared to cogs in the machine types. I always found the former far more enjoyable to watch.
 

Orgut

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Dec 31, 2002
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#97
Good choice. The golden ages of the late 90s and mid 80s are probably responsible for the bulk of Juventus' non-Italian fan base. Platini was also an absolute superstar in the 80s, my relatives still rate him over Maradona.

Platini, Zidane, Davids, Del Piero etc. Wow, just wow. I feel like every successful period in our history coincides with elite level midfielders. Need to get back to that.

But honestly they don't make midfielders like they used to. It's kinda lame how the number of maestros has decreased so much compared to cogs in the machine types. I always found the former far more enjoyable to watch.
Well he got us a CL and without even using special ingredients (pointing to some Argie..)
 

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Random question, but are your most enjoyable years for watching football?

My top 3: 2012, 2014, 2019

The worst year was certainly 2013 though. Absolutely dreadful season where every major league was basically decided from the first game day.
1998 coz i became juve fan in 1998.
 
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