Hercule Poirot of the scouting world
- May 10, 2009
What a counter by Juve
Exact same thing at Juve now, out of the last 10 minutes we've had about 2 minutes of footballRefs in Italy are actually terrible. It’s one thing to make a mistake that ruins the result of the game but they constantly ruin the game itself.
This guy at Verona has wasted about 10 minutes of football by giving fouls for dives, delaying subs and stopping the game for no reason.
Haha, the statistic is making the round currently. In fact, this is the fourth time that we have started without a win in the first four games of the season. Although, the last time was 60 years ago…Have Juventus ever not won their first four league games in a season before?
It's Allegri! He has always been a coward manager.1-1
Juve have been way too cowardly in this second half
He did make 2 finals so it was pretty good, knocked out Madrid, Atlético, Barca and was close to doing the same to Bayern. If they didn’t have a bunch of players injured in his last season there I think they would have made a third final too. That team was on course for a record amount of points in Serie A (24 wins and 3 draws in their first 27 league games) and knocked out Atlético, then they collapsed and he got fired so it’s been forgotten how good they were for two thirds of that seasonIt's Allegri! He has always been a coward manager.
He won 5 leagues in a row just because Inter and Milan were too poor those seasons (Napoli and Roma were never strong enough as competitors, except Napoli in 2018) , but his teamplay has always been this bad.
This is the reason he never won UCL with Juve despite he could use the italian league as a training session, IMO.
It was quite fortuitous...He did make 2 finals so it was pretty good, knocked out Madrid, Atlético, Barca and was close to doing the same to Bayern.
Like Conte.It was quite fortuitous...
in 2015 they knocked out Dortmund (that year Dortmund was in relegation spots), and the referees made their part against Monaco (1st leg and 2nd leg) and Real Madrid (2nd leg)
in 2017 Juve was far better than Porto and Monaco, the only significant win they got was against Barcelona (3-0).
Juve had a very good team those years though... I'm still thinking they could have won the Champions League if they had another manager instead of Allegri.