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post Jun 23 2019, 10:25 PM
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He made Napoli play some great football. He finished second with 91 points, more than what Juve made this year. And he also got Chelsea 3rd winning them the Europa League.

He's a good coach, far better than Allegri. Juve are certainly stronger with him.

I have faith in Giampaolo for some reason. On paper I would have never signed him, but I'm hoping he'll do well with us.
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post Jun 24 2019, 12:00 AM
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Not impressed. But we'll see.
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post Jun 24 2019, 09:22 PM
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QUOTE (Fillipo Simone @ Jun 23 2019, 07:37 PM) *
What does by far mean to you?

I'm very skeptical about Sarri. Yes, he's playing nice football but I don't think it's sexy football what Juve need right now. Like Danny said, he's been a manager for decades, won recently his first big trophy with over 60 years of age. I really don't think he's "that" good and he has a lot to prove. I think the whiners and soreheads at Juventus will soon start a revolt against his rigid tactical outlook.

I mean he's a far better choice than Giampaolo. That's imo of course.

Do I think him and Juve mesh well? Probably not. Juve are all about winning and have never cared about how it came about, Sarri cares a lot about the quality of football produced. And I disagree about his football, I think his teams play beautiful football, even his Empoli played exciting stuff

I would have loved to have him join us that's for sure

QUOTE (X-Offender @ Jun 23 2019, 10:25 PM) *
He made Napoli play some great football. He finished second with 91 points, more than what Juve made this year. And he also got Chelsea 3rd winning them the Europa League.

He's a good coach, far better than Allegri. Juve are certainly stronger with him.

I have faith in Giampaolo for some reason. On paper I would have never signed him, but I'm hoping he'll do well with us.

Agreed. Although I do think that Juve and Allegri were far more in sync in terms of footballing philosophy
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