[Serie A] JUVENTUS 1-1 Atalanta [May 19th, 2019] (12 Viewers)


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AFL_ITALIA

MAGISTERIAL
Jun 17, 2011
15,477
#24

No way we win this one, but it doesn't matter. Play the youth!
 

Orgut

Senior Member
Dec 31, 2002
10,545
#33
We hold Milan's fate in our hands. I say let's fuck them up!
I always want us to win so lets win and see Milan not able to beat their remaining games.. They will beat Frosinone but... Spal away will be very difficult for them even if Spal already reached safety.
I say lets play Ronaldo along with Kean and add some interesting names such as Pinsoglio in goal and Caviglia+Pereira in midfield.
 

il brutto

Senior Member
Jun 6, 2015
6,531
#36
The intensity of this match will be totally different to that of the Roma-Juve game. Atalanta are a high pressing team unlike Roma who don't like to commit themselves too far up the pitch. Will be interesting to see how we deal with that.
 

JCK

Biased
Premium
May 11, 2004
109,748
#37
The intensity of this match will be totally different to that of the Roma-Juve game. Atalanta are a high pressing team unlike Roma who don't like to commit themselves too far up the pitch. Will be interesting to see how we deal with that.
Exactly like we deal with any other team.
 

Pirlo's Beard

Junkie Joe Joyce
Oct 2, 2013
8,912
#38
We deal with high pressing teams as always. Fucking badly. Because our midfield can barely pass it around under no pressure as it is. We've already seen this twice Vs Atalanta and twice Vs Ajax.
 

s4tch

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Mar 23, 2015
9,033
#39
We deal with high pressing teams as always. Fucking badly. Because our midfield can barely pass it around under no pressure as it is. We've already seen this twice Vs Atalanta and twice Vs Ajax.
and even against celtic with conte. (we won those matches though.)

high pressing and quick running is almost completely missing from serie a teams' tactical weapons. sometimes napoli and atalanta play that way, the others won't. it's only natural to suffer against the unknown. english teams wouldn't play against tactically organized opposition too much, so a couple of years ago we beat city twice, we progressed against tottenham and we outplayed manure twice (bottled the 2nd one at the end though).
 

Pirlo's Beard

Junkie Joe Joyce
Oct 2, 2013
8,912
#40
and even against celtic with conte. (we won those matches though.)

high pressing and quick running is almost completely missing from serie a teams' tactical weapons. sometimes napoli and atalanta play that way, the others won't. it's only natural to suffer against the unknown. english teams wouldn't play against tactically organized opposition too much, so a couple of years ago we beat city twice, we progressed against tottenham and we outplayed manure twice (bottled the 2nd one at the end though).
Which is why I want a manager from a foreign league

Even though it's obvious for all to see that the modern game is massively impacted by teams with relentless energy, Italian based coaches don't care because it's not necessary for 34 ISH games per season

Back then we had the genuine top defence in the world and we still struggled against the very best. Now we're nothing special defensively and we still think we can sit back and absorb pressure all game against offensively brilliant sides. Spoiler alert, we can't.
 

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