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Today has clearly showed the bar which Chelsea must work towards reaching. At this moment we are pretty far away but the overreaction today on this forum is incredible. Sarri has been at the club

The decline in performances is a lot down to one thing, The lack of training pitch time. He is coming in, trying to teach the squad a totally different brand of football to what the players are a

I'm telling you now, to all the SarriOut supporters.... you don't know how lucky we are to have a humble manager like Sarri... a man with principle, passion, an expansive free flowing footballing phil

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For Sarri fan lovers and those considering our parting ways with as a wrong move by the club even though he left himself....you can visit Juventus forum to see how infuriating and mad they are especially replacing Allegri with Sarri...they view Sarri as an abomination of a manager...

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On ‎10‎-‎02‎-‎2020 at 2:26 PM, Alabama said:

For Sarri fan lovers and those considering our parting ways with as a wrong move by the club even though he left himself....you can visit Juventus forum to see how infuriating and mad they are especially replacing Allegri with Sarri...they view Sarri as an abomination of a manager...

Allegri is simply the much better manager,some may call it boring and pragmatic but Im sure Juve fans didnt complain much. Now they are horrible at set-pieces, boring footy all around. And thats with Ronaldo saving their asses plenty already. Just like our fansbase didnt take him in neither have the Juve fans.

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2 minutes ago, Atomiswave said:

Allegri is simply the much better manager,some may call it boring and pragmatic but Im sure Juve fans didnt complain much. Now they are horrible at set-pieces, boring footy all around. And thats with Ronaldo saving their asses plenty already. Just like our fansbase didnt take him in neither have the Juve fans.

The funniest thing is most of their fanbase knew he is not that good of a manager especially his time here  as a stubborn one trick ponytail of a manager....The fast pace expansive and sophisticated attacking style promised to them is far away from they are currently experiencing....

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10 minutes ago, Atomiswave said:

Allegri is simply the much better manager,some may call it boring and pragmatic but Im sure Juve fans didnt complain much. Now they are horrible at set-pieces, boring footy all around. And thats with Ronaldo saving their asses plenty already. Just like our fansbase didnt take him in neither have the Juve fans.

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Like Zidane at Real,  Sarri is lucky he can count on Ronaldo when they play poorly. Juventus are a top team with a good squad but the likes of Pjanic, Costa, Ronaldo, Higuain, Matuidi, Khedira, Bonucci, Chiellini, Cuadrado are older and cannot play every game every week like Sarri seems to prefer doing with his preferred 11 at every club.

Not using Can (loaned out to Dortmund now so not an option), Manduzkic (gone now as well), Rugani, Ramsey more frequently earlier/in the run to the finish of the season could go against him.

I think theyll turn it round even under Allegri they had spells where they scraped games after running out of steam. Be interesting to see what he does in the market in the summer if he stays on. Because other than Bernadesci, Dybala, Deminal  Rabiot, de Ligt and Bentancur they have an older squad that regardless of manager, needs some refreshing eventually. 

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Sarri: “I would never live there (England). I don’t understand how Italians who live there do it. As for the football, it’s a different story. I miss the Premier League."

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Some of his comments were interesting.

'I am not someone who gives pats on the back. I talk a lot about their mistakes and little about what is done well.'

Personally think that this went against him with our players at times, although,  for me, I think its kinda the right approach to have too especially the mistakes part.

Mistakes happen and I still remember seeing Brendan Rodgers call Martin Skrtl "brave" or "courageous" for wanting to play out in a postmatch interview, after he played a short backpass to his GK which Carlos Tevez or whoever it was intercepted and then scored for City. I mean it was a blatent mistake.

I get the principle of these managers like Sarri, Pep, Rodgers etc who have this style where they will make mistakes in playing out but just say it was a mistake, address it, rectify it and move on. Realistically how are teams going to improve if coaches dont talk more about mistakes or where they could improve rather than just focus on everything thats going well? Surely thats how teams and players become complacent? 

I dont think at a top club players should really be expecting to be praised the whole time when things are going well. Really it should be what is expected, what is demanded not only by the manager but the players themselves or so youd think in a dressing room with top professionals in it. Okay there is a time where the praise should perhaps be given etc but I wouldnt think many of these top top footballers play football for praise, they play to win and for the sheer enjoyment.

I mean back in the day do you think Jose or Carlo would be blowing smoke up peoples arses for beating the likes of teams who finish between 8th and 20th? Or the likes of Sir Alex or a Capello or a Lippi or whoever?

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On 2/14/2020 at 7:06 PM, Atomiswave said:

Allegri is simply the much better manager,some may call it boring and pragmatic but Im sure Juve fans didnt complain much. Now they are horrible at set-pieces, boring footy all around. And thats with Ronaldo saving their asses plenty already. Just like our fansbase didnt take him in neither have the Juve fans.

Funniest thing is Juve trying to be big team ready to march for CL while having Danilo and that excuse of a midfield where only Pjanic is good enough. 

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Took a brief look at juventuz.com forums and they cant stand the guy, these are all new quotes

At this level Corona isnt an excuse..

Sarri is a dud.. We simply havent played well under him and the performances have regressed since King Max left..
 
I can't stand this guy. He always seems clueless. Our set pieces are a shambles, we had 13 corners and didn't do shit with them..
 
Leave.


Just leave.


Getting outplayed by Donnarumma and the local Bocce team. GTFO.


Moments like this make me wish the lockdown was longer
 
I forgot how boring Sarriball is
 
My favourite tactic of his is when our players are in good crossing positions but instead pass the ball back. Never waste a good opportunity to keep possession
 
Probably. Imagine you have a nice Jaguar parked in your garage, but you trade it for a Skoda Felicia, or that you're dating a successful and driven lawyer, only to break up with her and start dating the illiterate noodle vendor.

Imagine you have a choice of the best Japanese beef, but you opt for cornbread and gumbo. These are all choices - they're dumb stupid choices, but they're choices nonetheless.

Juventus made the dumb stupid choice.
 
They are going mental lol.....most of us were of the same opinion as above when he was here.
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3 hours ago, Atomiswave said:
Getting outplayed by Donnarumma and the local Bocce team. GTFO.

Moments like this make me wish the lockdown was longer
 
I forgot how boring Sarriball is

we didn't!!!!

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1 minute ago, Vesper said:

Sarriball is often like watching paint dry

I kid you not, often I just fell asleep or close to it. Other times I didnt bother to watch as I knew it was bound to freak me out, so ponderous so boring so predictable.

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'He cheated on me... left with the vulgar excuse of money': Napoli owner Aurelio De Laurentiis takes swipe at Maurizio Sarri and says he betrayed him by leaving as pair prepare to go head-to-head in Coppa Italia final

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-8421305/Napoli-owner-Aurelio-Laurentiis-takes-swipe-Maurizio-Sarri-ahead-Coppa-Italia-final.html

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