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  1. Rightly so, he showed he owns no less than the other top managers gaining double the money and he wants salary adjustment. He did not show enough yet on international level but really this is something i think only Juventus' and Bayern's fans, sated of league titles, could criticize him for.
  2. Well it's clear, after tonight match, he'll go to Barca which really need to improve their midfield. Verratti only can desire to play behind Messi, Neymar and Suarez. It's done. As a juventino i'm very sad about this cause Verratti himself was a juventino and our directors didn't want to put the extra cash PSG did at the time, like 10 -> 15 millions euro. Also it's a shame he will not play in Juve with his national colleagues but whatever... football at these times.
  3. I think Vidal is practically sure to come in summer. Kanté and Vidal... it's one of if not the best of midfielders pair for Conte's 4-2-4. Maybe if we relate on this formation we can find a spot for Morata as second striker/winger.
  4. Juventus sailing on the open seas. This site (http://www.juventibus.com/home/), in the section Megamenu - Bar Sport - #jvtbClip, it makes some highlights of the team's games, lately they are thematic on a player but usually they contain offensive/defensive nice actions, indifferently from goals. Do you know any site which does the same for one or more major PL teams?
  5. Glorious! I agree, Morata is not a good fit for Costa's departure. Generally speaking, it's alarming enough Conte only looks for players he knows very well. The man cannot do market!
  6. I don't really know how English managers work there but Italian teams have general directors and sporting directors, and managers are coaches instead. Tevez, Vidal, Pogba and most of our market is Marotta and Paratici's job. About Pirlo, maybe Conte had some influence on his choice but most of all i think it was Buffon, Chiellini and the other national teammates. He insisted on the necessity of certain players like Eljero Elia, Giovinco who did not leave good memory at all. The first explicit reason he left Juventus in the first day of retreat in 2014 was the not-purchase of Cuadrado, whom Juv
  7. That can be a shortcoming. He didn't show himself as a good selector until now, with the purchases he wanted at Juve, the choices for Italy, here he wanted Marcos Alonso, now i hear rumors on Llorente...
  8. Allegri has great tactical acumen, he studies specific expedients and sharply intervenes on the flow of games. He is the coach you see the hand more on sundays than weekdays. I'm sure he can do very well with sound successful teams as he is well-fitted for elimination tournaments and not really for leagues. At Chelsea he couldn't have done an ounce of what Conte's doing. Conte is not a leader, he is a fucking conqueror king who builds his armada and pushes to the boundaries without ever looking back. Exhaustion is the worst enemy, at first physically - march was a ponderous time and i se
  9. I understand Barbara's point of view but what you suggest would send the wrong message to the team. Conte's philosophy is pretty plain and simple: we never start favoured, we win through maximum focus in every minute of every game. If Conte changes starting defensive/offensive midfielders in regards to the opposing sides, it will have different impact on the players: opponents are good we must concentrate and not concede/ we are stronger we'll win because we are more technical. That's not how Conte works, he believes in win by concentration, motion and repetition therefore improvement of
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