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https://www.football-italia.net/117654/arsenal-step-rugani-chase

I'll be so pissed if we lose Rugani. But I'll totally be on board with him if he wants to leave. At his age he should be playing regularly and becoming better and better, like Andreas Christensen at Chelsea.

As much as I love Barza, I think Allegri should start putting Rugani in front of him in the pecking order. Sure, we will have Caldara next season if Rugani leaves, but we all know the chances of him starting are slim too.
Benatia's form is what hurt his season. Although buying Höwedes, does say that Allegri thinks he isn't ready.

Certain situations will always call for Barza to come in, for his experience, Boni leaving SHOULD have meant that Rugani gets more play time.
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well, now Serie A teams with 4/6 currently

Atalanta can hang with some of the best in Europe..hopefully they can improve in the future and not just selling their key players a-la Udinese and stick in middle tier

Napoli with a much better showing in the 2nd leg..but its a too little too late and tbh i think staying or bowing out of UEL suits either way

Milan & Lazio didn't have much problem to advance through
Milan vs Arsenal in the round of 16

others;

Lazio vs Dynamo Kiev
Marseille vs Atheltic Bilbao
Atletico Madrid vs Lokomotiv Moskva
CSKA Moskva vs Lyon
Dortmund vs Salzburg
RB Liepzig vs Zenit
Sporting Lisbon vs Viktoria Plzen
More Italian failure in the CL..
We need to invest in a few psychologists for the league.

Lesson 1: Football is 90 minutes...
https://www.football-italia.net/117418/tv-rights-transform-serie

a break down of the new tv deal. We lose some money, but I'm all in if it helps the league to be honest.

The state of Italian football is embarrassing.
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About time.

It's been getting real bad in the last two years, with teams like Watford and West Ham buying first team players from top Italian sides, and outspending teams like Lazio and Roma.
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come to think about it...losing some revenue didn't really hurt big club as Juve that much, as long as its for the greater good of the lega calcio

and the irony thing about it, the more FIGC & most of Italia trying to screw Juve up, the more Juve gave to the league overall (that 4th UCL spot for example, who do u think the biggest contributor for Italy while overtaking Germany & drew distance from France since 2012?)
Yeah good for the league.

I'm very worried for us though. As I have mentioned multiple times before, the club have not been able to sign big sponsor ships for us even after all the titles and CL runs.

An example. We make around 23-25 mil a year from Jeep which is owned by Exor BTW. Do you know how much Arsenal is gonna make with their new deal? 50 a year.
It's Arsenal FFS...

Maybe our brand of football is not exciting enough and of course we don't sign any top players(Super stars) but things are only getting worse with the transfer costs and English money and all that.
Just enjoying watching Douglas Costa run. And Sandro score.
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Our Juve Netflix series is out!

Just watched the first episode, quite underwhelming honestly. Not as personal as I would've liked. Just a lot of interviews with players saying cliche things that they'd say at a press conference.

Loved the part where we see Pjanic spending time with his son, who's adorable.

Would really like to see more of the players, rather than generic narration.
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Juve Netflix series? Must watch tonight!
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Atalanta showing some fight in Dortmund

Milan breezed past Ludogorets

Lazio as usual choking in the crucial stage after doing so great in the group stage

Napoli, well, what can i say, typical Napoli. They would focus on Serie A as usual
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Damn, I was critical of our home performance against Spurs, but Porto was just destroyed by Pool 5-0 at home.

Remember when we struggled against Porto last season?
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Exactly. Everyone is so critical but failing to realize how much the English sides have improved in their own gameplay.
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Idk about u guys, but i refused to throw the towel and waving the whitw flag, yet

Sure, a minimal scoreline Juve gonna have to get in London to go through is by winning 1-0 or drawing by over 3-3 scoreline

This match kinda remind me of the one vs Shakhtar(1-1) & Bayern(2-2), both in Turin. Juve got mostly dominated in both matches, but in the return fixture, they beat Shaktar 1-0 in Ukraine and probably a minute away from eliminating Bayern in Germany b4 Lewandowski equalize

And what i'd often noticed from all these years being a Juventino, Juve works best when the odds is not on their favor. Right now, Spurs are favorite to go through, with 2 away goals in their belt. But i have some of confident we can actually get a shocking result in England

..only one way to find out though
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forever the optimist
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always bro..always
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It's going to be tough, especially since Tottenham now want to prove that they belong at this stage. We have been in a similar position before and could have done it at Bayern if not for a stupid Evra, and our loanee coming back to bite us.

Mentality will be everything. I hope that Gigi can help inspire this team, especially if this is truly his last time around.
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Much will depend on the injured coming back. Since we won't have Matuidi around we'll most likely see the same pairing in CM. Maybe Bentancur can get integrated till then.
Don't forget Lazio away is right before. Make or break week.
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I wonder if Dybala would do well as a false 9 in place of Higuain? Higuain is already kinda having that role now, as he has to drop very deep to get the ball thanks to our defensive line.

Dybala has always done better in the middle rather than on the right, and with him flanked by Costa and Cuadrado, we would have a very fast counter.

But for that, Mandzukic and Higuain would have to be sacrificed, which Allegri wouldn't do.
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Cuadrado is also out till then. I wouldn't sacrifice Higuain. Costa Higuain Dybala
3 CMs
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I am not as great at tactical analysis as some on here are, and I understand how upset we are right now, but I am going to throw some things out there:


- If Higuain scores on the fast break to go up 3-0, Spurs get demoralized and the game is over

- If Higuain scores the penalty (which Pjanic should always have taken), we gp up 3-1 and game is essentially over.

- I worship the man, but Gigi's reflexes and decision-making are not what they used to be; on that first goal, he doesn't have the speed to get to it anymore and once he committed to come out, there was no recovery. We gave away a stupid foul for the freekick, but Gigi in years past would have always had that covered. I'm not saying he is finished- he just had a subpar game per his standards.

-We have the habit of taking our foot off an opponent's neck when we have them reeling and inviting pressure because our defense can soak it up- it was the wrong mentality to have and we should have gone into that half up at least 4-0. I don't know if it is Allegri or the players trying to conserve energy, but we can't keep doing it.


All I'm saying is that, in spite of all the criticism I'm reading, we had our chances and should have put the game away- I think our finishing and poor defensive mentality cost us more than the age of the players. I can't speak to formations as much, but even with a different formation, if we had created 10 more chances and don't finish them off, then we are in the exact same spot.

We need to get Dybala back and finish teams off proper.
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In an interview with Danish TV Eriksen said he had planned to put the free kick high over the wall. At the last second, he realised that Buffon had read him and changed his mind to put it bottom left.
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D
W
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Pos
66
40
15
55
1
3
21
25
1
65
47
15
62
2
2
21
25
2
51
21
21
42
3
9
14
26
3
50
21
19
40
5
5
15
25
4
49
28
33
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6
4
15
25
5
41
11
33
44
8
5
12
25
6
41
5
30
35
8
5
12
25
7
38
8
29
37
7
8
10
25
8
36
5
30
35
5
12
8
25
9
33
0
36
36
12
3
10
25
10
33
-5
38
33
13
3
10
26
11
32
2
32
34
9
8
8
25
12
30
-6
27
21
12
6
8
26
13
25
-19
42
23
12
7
6
25
14
25
-13
36
23
14
4
7
25
15
23
-28
43
15
14
5
6
25
16
21
-23
44
21
14
6
5
25
17
17
-24
47
23
14
8
3
25
18
16
-28
50
22
17
4
4
25
19
10
-42
60
18
22
1
3
26
20
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