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Post by salmano9 Thu May 15, 2014 12:22 pm

Maybe fergie wants contr at utd?

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Post by salmano9 Thu May 15, 2014 1:20 pm


Platini ‘understands Conte’s stress’
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Michel Platini ‘understands Antonio Conte’s stress’, defends Serie A and compares Mario Balotelli to Eric Cantona.

Juventus are going through an uncertain moment amid their Coach’s continued hints that this may be the end of his three-year spell in charge of the side.

Whilst Conte has won three consecutive Scudetti, one club legend in Platini has offered his support to his consideration to leave.

“I understand his stress, today it is much greater than in the past,” the UEFA President has commented to Tuttosport today.

“[Giovanni] Trapattoni was there for 10 years, but he had less stress because I and other champions were also there.”

Part of the pressure on Conte has been Juve’s failure to replicate their domestic dominance on the international field.

Champions League group stage elimination to Galatasaray, however, was partly blamed on Platini, for UEFA allowing their matchday six match on a weather-beaten pitch to be played.

“Honestly, I do not know why you are taking it up with me. That field was difficult for both teams,” responded the 58-year-old, who the day after Juve’s elimination was on Tuttosport’s front page with the headline ‘Merci Michel’.
“If Juventus cannot beat Galatasaray, what is it to with me? You do not dare to criticise Juventus and so you take it up with the UEFA President who is far away…

“I remember with Juventus when we played Liverpool in the European Super Cup in 1985, the field was tough, but we won…no?

“But, I am alright, because professionally the criticism is correct, and then I understand everything, I understand that this is a game, I understand the needs of the parties and then, if after 30 years here in Italy I am still worthy of a front page, it is a great satisfaction.

“Those who don’t make the front pages don’t count, right?
“Am I sorry Juve didn’t reach the Europa League Final? It is the field that decides. It is a long and difficult path, those who arrive in the final deserve it, for sure. Benfica and Sevilla were very good.

“49 minutes of actual play in their semi-final second leg? That is a little, yes. For me, it matters a lot because I was among those who in 1990 were part of a task force which introduced new rules on the back-pass to the goalkeeper, the red card for last man fouls and that play was distributed all around the field.

“Since then, many things have changed and we brought up the playing time to 60-65 effective minutes per game.
“Now, if Juve-Benfica was only 49 minutes, well, that’s an exception. The Portuguese were smart? They played their game.”

The three-time Ballon d’Or winner was asked about Serie A and whether it has lost its appeal.

“I watch the games and I do not care about appeal. This year I enjoyed it - there was a very strong Juventus, Roma played well, Fiorentina and Napoli too.

“Certainly, if you say to me that the stadiums, apart from Juventus’, are ugly, then I agree, but when it comes to football, Calcio remains at the highest level.”

Platini commented also on Zinedine Zidane’s reported desire to step into management.

“If I did, then they can all do it! But no, it’s not true, I was the national team Coach and that is different.

“Seriously I believe so, he seems to me to be very involved and willing to do something great. Zizou can begin.”

France’s young midfield talent Paul Pogba continues to see discussion over his long-term future at Juventus, in spite of indicating contract talks with the club will start up again in the summer.

“Nowadays these players have the power to do what they want, do I do not know.

“Of course it should be remembered that it was Juventus who made him great, even if for great money they sold him and everyone was happy.”

Platini also considered Italy’s dilemma with the enigmatic Mario Balotelli.

“I had more or less the same thing with Eric Cantona [when France Coach] - he was a crazy mind, but for me he was the strongest striker then playing.

“If he helps you to win games then you have to play him and try to make him better. If you do not win, you send him away.”
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Post by salmano9 Sat May 17, 2014 1:18 pm

Acording to most papers, this is what it says: (gazzeta)

- Antonio Conte closer

-Agnelli warns: At juve nobody is Indispensable, but the balance Sheet is good this season.
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Post by DeviAngel Sat May 17, 2014 3:10 pm

Sky - Positive signs for the permanence of Conte for Juve

According to Sky Sports, there would be a positive signal so that Antonio Conte can continue its relationship with Juventus. In fact, the words of Andrea Agnelli yesterday in reference to the European objectives for the Bianconeri have somehow made it clear that the parties are approaching.

The contacts between the company and the Count are continuous and next week there will be a decisive confrontation. The technical Salento want to win, but does not want Europe to become an obsession, and he does not want too much pressure from the outside.

So a project medium and long term in order to be competitive in the Champions League may be the key to finding an agreement between Conte and Juventus.
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Post by salmano9 Sat May 17, 2014 3:39 pm

The goal of the champions league will be a long term one, as we all know the financial decline in all italy, and juve's reluctance to spend highly on players. So the main goal has to be to be superior in serie a until we get a greater revenue in the near future. Then we must be thinking big.

For this season, I guess that conte will stay and this would make the management buy sanchez as a reward for conte's contract renewal.
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Post by DeviAngel Sat May 17, 2014 8:32 pm

Report: Conte signed Juve deal


There are rumours swirling around that Antonio Conte has already signed a contract with Juventus until 2018.

According to Tuttosport, the rumour is that the Coach has been in negotiations for several days with President Andrea Agnelli and reached an agreement.

Conte had publicly warned he’d only commit to the club if he received guarantees the squad would be strengthened enough for a Champions League bid.

Juve have already won their third consecutive Scudetto and set a new all-time record for most points in a single Serie A season on 99.

On Sunday against Cagliari they have the opportunity to become the first Italian club to reach triple figures.

Juve will celebrate the title tomorrow evening with an open top bus riding through the streets of Turin.
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GRANDE !!!!!!!!!!!
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Post by salmano9 Sat May 17, 2014 9:42 pm

Its too early to be happy Dev lol...

"Conte has renewed until 2018." But it is just a rumor

From today - tells the colleague Guido TuttoSport Vaciago - continues to chase the rumor that Antonio Conte has already signed a contract renewal until 2018. An agreement could be announced tomorrow afternoon in the middle of the party Scudetto. A rumor that at the time - shows the Turin newspaper journalist - it is not confirmed by Juventus and by the same technician. The Parties reaffirm that dialogue is alive, that the intention of the company is increasingly firm to continue together and Conte, for its part, seems to be more susceptible to some compromise.
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Hopefuly he would extend till 2018 Smile If he does, it gives me hope that he would like to win the champions league with us in the future.

Guys, do you know how many years it took Alex Ferguson to win the champions league with United...???

He came to Man U in 1986 and finally won it on 1998-1999.. 12 years And this was the year Utd won the "Treble".... We should be patient, Conte should be patient...
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Post by DeviAngel Mon May 19, 2014 7:39 pm

OFFICIAL: Count remains at Juventus


YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS on the official twitter acc of Juve

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Post by Andrew Mon May 19, 2014 7:54 pm

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Post by DeviAngel Mon May 19, 2014 7:55 pm

What worries me though is that its says 2014/15 not that he signed extension its just fulfilling his contract :/
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Post by Andrew Mon May 19, 2014 7:57 pm

Step by step mate. If he does well next season in Europe and has the reinforcements he asked for I'm positive that he will stay and renew his contract.

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Post by Tomwin Lannister Mon May 19, 2014 7:58 pm

Another year is fine, then both parties can see what to do next

At least we'd have time to prepare accordingly over the space of a season, instead of having to panic snatch some awful manager now like Allegri God forbid
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Post by Juveman17 Mon May 19, 2014 8:09 pm

Good to hear, now its time to deliver in Europe Conte. This team should at least get to the QF's of the CL.
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Post by DeviAngel Mon May 19, 2014 8:12 pm

According to reports Juve will renew in the next few days - Di Marzio
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Post by salmano9 Mon May 19, 2014 8:28 pm

Renew till when? Hopefully 2018
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Post by DeviAngel Mon May 19, 2014 8:44 pm

salmano9 wrote:Renew till when? Hopefully 2018
yup
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Post by GIGItheBest Mon May 19, 2014 8:57 pm

So can they now focus on the transfer window or wait to see if he signs until 2018?
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Post by GIGItheBest Mon May 19, 2014 8:57 pm

I'd be happy if he stays and we sign some good players.
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Post by GIGItheBest Tue May 20, 2014 12:14 pm

I read that Conte only wants to stay for the fans and Agnelli didn't accept his transfer request. So that's why he's staying for a year, can anyone confirm if this is true or not? Because we need to start spending this summer.
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Post by DeviAngel Tue May 20, 2014 4:45 pm

GIGItheBest wrote:I read that Conte only wants to stay for the fans and Agnelli didn't accept his transfer request. So that's why he's staying for a year, can anyone confirm if this is true or not? Because we need to start spending this summer.
nah, I tihnk they had no time, I am sure he will extend
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Post by DeviAngel Fri May 23, 2014 12:31 am

Juventus boss Antonio Conte has insisted that in-demand duo Arturo Vidal and Fernando Llorente will remain at the club.

Llorente is a reported target of new Barcelona boss Luis Enrique as he looks to exert his own influence on the Catalan giants, while Vidal has been linked with a host of top European sides including Barca, Real Madrid and Manchester United.

However Conte, whose own future was in doubt until the Serie A champions confirmed he would be at the helm next season, is adamant the pair will remain in Turin.

"Vidal remains, yes," Conte told Gazzetta dello Sport.

"Until a different thing, he will remain also next season.

"Fernando (Llorente) has been important and he will stay with us for a long time.

"We have changed our game for his characteristics and also Tevez took advantage of this."
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Post by salmano9 Fri May 23, 2014 12:51 am

Thats good news Smile
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Post by DeviAngel Sat Jun 28, 2014 10:14 pm

Conte part-time Italy Coach?


There are surprise suggestions that Juventus Coach Antonio Conte could be appointed part-time Italy Coach.

According to Sky Sport Italia, the Federation is considering a revolutionary approach after Cesare Prandelli’s resignation.

As Euro 2016 qualifiers begin in September and a new Coach is not expected to be put in place until August, the Azzurri risk going into those first games without a manager.

Conte or Carlo Ancelotti would be the ideal choices, but they don’t wish to leave Juventus or Real Madrid respectively.

Therefore this ‘part-time’ option would allow Conte to continue working with Juve, but also lead Italy through qualifying.

Conte has taken Juve to three consecutive Scudetto titles in Serie A, something the club hadn't achieved since the 1930s.

There are few options for the permanent job, including fired Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri, Roberto Mancini, Luciano Spalletti, Alberto Zaccheroni and recently-retired Francesco Guidolin.
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Post by Juventude Mon Jun 30, 2014 5:43 pm

DeviAngel wrote: Conte part-time Italy Coach?


There are surprise suggestions that Juventus Coach Antonio Conte could be appointed part-time Italy Coach.

According to Sky Sport Italia, the Federation is considering a revolutionary approach after Cesare Prandelli’s resignation.

As Euro 2016 qualifiers begin in September and a new Coach is not expected to be put in place until August, the Azzurri risk going into those first games without a manager.

Conte or Carlo Ancelotti would be the ideal choices, but they don’t wish to leave Juventus or Real Madrid respectively.

Therefore this ‘part-time’ option would allow Conte to continue working with Juve, but also lead Italy through qualifying.

Conte has taken Juve to three consecutive Scudetto titles in Serie A, something the club hadn't achieved since the 1930s.

There are few options for the permanent job, including fired Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri, Roberto Mancini, Luciano Spalletti, Alberto Zaccheroni and recently-retired Francesco Guidolin.

 
I fully endorse the idea.  Too many national team managers are rejects from professional teams that never won anything big or it's a coach that has retired.  The Italian assistants would handle the scouting.  The Juve assistants would train the players that are not called for international duty.  Juventus is always off when there are European international matches.  I think it could work.  It's time to raise the bar for international team managers.
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Post by MMM Mon Jun 30, 2014 8:05 pm

A great Idea but seems too good to be true
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Post by BoBo Tue Jul 01, 2014 8:07 am

Maybe it could be a good idea in the sense Juventude is making but i think there are many downs too.

It would be hard for a coach to be wieved as non partial for picking his own players or not because of fatigue or getting them play time or any other reasons and at least in Italy it would mean gigantic controversy.

Then could a coach focus enough on his club duties coming back from an international break would a club endorse this kind of thing.

Not the biggest downs compared to the ups but they would still surely be there and be of great importance in Italy.
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