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Post by GIGItheBest Wed Aug 20, 2014 2:15 am

@Salmano, Relax man. He left, get over it, let's hope Allegri does even better or around the same as what Conte did. I'm still gonna support him as he's coaching my favourite National team. Who knows, maybe if we had made better signings he would've stayed. But it's done, let's hope he returns to coaching us one day (if he is still good that is). Plus, why are you angry at someone who was a huge part of a record breaking Juventus side, just because he decided too leave. It's not like he was supposed to stay forever, yes leaving 2 days into preseason was bad but maybe there's more reasons as to why he left that we don't know about it. Coaching a club is more tiring and stressful than coaching a National Team.

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Post by MMM Wed Aug 20, 2014 6:59 am

Ferrara was also a Juve player and tried to revive the team. we all know what happened. Zach and Del neri also coached Juve but only Conte brought us glory. so it wasn't Juve that made him great.
He brought us 3 titles in a row and that makes him one of the greatest coach juve ever had. I also believe his limited tactics couldn't take us to the next level so if changing to allegri's tactics works we are improved other wise someone like Deschamps in two years time. maybe both Italy and Juve benefit from this change.
Conte is a good memory now, let's keep it that way.
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Post by DeviAngel Wed Aug 20, 2014 11:56 am

MMM wrote:Ferrara was also a Juve player and tried to revive the team. we all know what happened. Zach and Del neri also coached Juve but only Conte brought us glory. so it wasn't Juve that made him great.
He brought us 3 titles in a row and that makes him one of the greatest coach juve ever had. I also believe his limited tactics couldn't take us to the next level so if changing to allegri's tactics works we are improved other wise someone like Deschamps in two years time. maybe both Italy and Juve benefit from this change.
Conte is a good memory now, let's keep it that way.

Are you sure? Juve is the club responsible for making Conte the man who he is today. I love Conte to but this is out of control. Juve made him who he is starting from the player he was ending with the coach who he is today. He was sacked from Atalanta, Bari, Siena ffs.
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Post by S Wed Aug 20, 2014 12:04 pm

DeviAngel wrote:He was sacked from Atalanta, Bari, Siena ffs.

Incorrect.He resigned from all those 3 clubs infact.
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Post by DeviAngel Wed Aug 20, 2014 12:09 pm

S wrote:
DeviAngel wrote:He was sacked from Atalanta, Bari, Siena ffs.

Incorrect.He resigned from all those 3 clubs infact.


Yup, my mistake. He was sacked only from Arezzo but it was his start . IT still doesn't change the fact that 90% of the Juventini cry and cry about him on every single video, tweet and stuff...
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Post by S Wed Aug 20, 2014 12:17 pm

Agree.Its high time we move on now.No point dwelling in the past.All we can do is wish him all the best in his new adventure.I dont have any hard feelings against him considering the way he left us,whats happened has happened and we cant alter the past.Its time we divert our attention towards the new season,cant wait for it already.
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Post by Andrew Wed Aug 20, 2014 12:19 pm

I don't get it.

Why are we still discussing about Conte ?

Season is about to begin lads, we've other things to worry about.

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Post by DeviAngel Wed Aug 20, 2014 12:34 pm

S wrote:Agree.Its high time we move on now.No point dwelling in the past.All we can do is wish him all the best in his new adventure.I dont have any hard feelings against him considering the way he left us,whats happened has happened and we cant alter the past.Its time we divert our attention towards the new season,cant wait for it already.


true I havent felt so excited quite a while now Smile
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Post by MMM Wed Aug 20, 2014 2:15 pm

DeviAngel wrote:
MMM wrote:Ferrara was also a Juve player and tried to revive the team. we all know what happened. Zach and Del neri also coached Juve but only Conte brought us glory. so it wasn't Juve that made him great.
He brought us 3 titles in a row and that makes him one of the greatest coach juve ever had. I also believe his limited tactics couldn't take us to the next level so if changing to allegri's tactics works we are improved other wise someone like Deschamps in two years time. maybe both Italy and Juve benefit from this change.
Conte is a good memory now, let's keep it that way.

Are you sure? Juve is the club responsible for making Conte the man who he is today. I love Conte to but this is out of control. Juve made him who he is starting from the player he was ending with the coach who he is today. He was sacked from Atalanta, Bari, Siena ffs.

I'm sure that great people have something in them that makes them great. enough said, as S mentioned the new season's coming, let's enjoy Inter's humiliation for another year!
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Post by Juventude Wed Aug 20, 2014 2:56 pm

MMM wrote:
DeviAngel wrote:
MMM wrote:Ferrara was also a Juve player and tried to revive the team. we all know what happened. Zach and Del neri also coached Juve but only Conte brought us glory. so it wasn't Juve that made him great.
He brought us 3 titles in a row and that makes him one of the greatest coach juve ever had. I also believe his limited tactics couldn't take us to the next level so if changing to allegri's tactics works we are improved other wise someone like Deschamps in two years time. maybe both Italy and Juve benefit from this change.
Conte is a good memory now, let's keep it that way.

Are you sure? Juve is the club responsible for making Conte the man who he is today. I love Conte to but this is out of control. Juve made him who he is starting from the player he was ending with the coach who he is today. He was sacked from Atalanta, Bari, Siena ffs.

I'm sure that great people have something in them that makes them great. enough said, as S mentioned the new season's coming,  let's enjoy Inter's humiliation for another year!

 
Conte is a great coach and Juve is a great club.  When two great things come together like that, awesome things will happen.
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Post by DeviAngel Wed Aug 20, 2014 3:15 pm

MMM wrote:
DeviAngel wrote:
MMM wrote:Ferrara was also a Juve player and tried to revive the team. we all know what happened. Zach and Del neri also coached Juve but only Conte brought us glory. so it wasn't Juve that made him great.
He brought us 3 titles in a row and that makes him one of the greatest coach juve ever had. I also believe his limited tactics couldn't take us to the next level so if changing to allegri's tactics works we are improved other wise someone like Deschamps in two years time. maybe both Italy and Juve benefit from this change.
Conte is a good memory now, let's keep it that way.

Are you sure? Juve is the club responsible for making Conte the man who he is today. I love Conte to but this is out of control. Juve made him who he is starting from the player he was ending with the coach who he is today. He was sacked from Atalanta, Bari, Siena ffs.

I'm sure that great people have something in them that makes them great. enough said, as S mentioned the new season's coming, let's enjoy Inter's humiliation for another year!

True but in order to get that greatness out you need some push and someone who will believe in you. enough said.

I wouldn't enjoy in some other clubs humiliation, I don't care about the other clubs.
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Post by Juventude Wed Aug 20, 2014 4:10 pm

I agree with you, Devi, about the humiliation part. As much as I hate Inter, Juve needs Inter to rebound. A stronger Serie A will create benefits for everyone.

Serie A keeps slipping and slipping down the popularity ranks and UEFA coefficient standings. Our historically great clubs need to be great once again to make our league stronger. A stronger league means better performances in Europe, more popularity, and increased revenue. I'd rather Juve be in a fight to win the scudetto in a strong Serie A rather than running away with a scudetto in a weak Serie A.
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Post by salmano9 Wed Aug 20, 2014 10:53 pm

Juventude wrote:I agree with you, Devi, about the humiliation part. As much as I hate Inter, Juve needs Inter to rebound. A stronger Serie A will create benefits for everyone.

Serie A keeps slipping and slipping down the popularity ranks and UEFA coefficient standings. Our historically great clubs need to be great once again to make our league stronger. A stronger league means better performances in Europe, more popularity, and increased revenue. I'd rather Juve be in a fight to win the scudetto in a strong Serie A rather than running away with a scudetto in a weak Serie A.

True, True, True... People these say that Serie A is crap and only one team competes for the title.
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Post by salmano9 Sun Nov 02, 2014 7:05 pm


Conte: 'My Juve did not fail'

Antonio Conte defended his Champions League record on the Juventus bench and passed the baton to Max Allegri.
The Italy Coach had a lengthy interview with Sky Sport Italia this evening and was asked about his poor European record.

“People do expect a lot of me and always have done. For example, I only participated in the Champions League twice with Juventus. The first year we got to the final eight, which seems to be the objective for this season, then we got to the Europa League semi-final.

“Despite that, my adventures in Europe were always seen as a failure. This, in any case, motivates me to do better.

“I said I’d love to win the Champions League one day, but I never specified whether it was with Juventus or another team. I just hope it’ll happen. Right now I have other dreams to pursue and I am focused exclusively on the Nazionale.”

Allegri has been criticised since taking over from Conte, but finds himself three points clear at the top of the table.

“After three extraordinary years, comparisons are inevitable, but this is a new era and it’s only right that people look to Allegri’s Juventus.”
Conte was also asked about the comments Roma captain Francesco Totti made, that “by hook or by crook” Juventus always win.

“I am the Coach of Italy today and these situations are all seen from a very detached viewpoint. In Italy there are two teams who are much stronger than the others, so from here to the end of the season it’ll be a Scudetto duel between Juventus and Roma.

“There will be other verbal clashes, I’m sure, but the important thing is for the protagonists to send positive messages.”
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Hate this guy... Would be really mad if he won the CL with another team than Juve. Hopefully he will fail with other clubs with his crappy 352...
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Post by Tomwin Lannister Sun Nov 02, 2014 7:10 pm

What a dick Laughing


'Reached the EL Semi' yeah couldn't even reach the final in our own stadium after crashing out in the groups

Dislike Conte more and more each time he opens his *bleep* mouth
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Post by Vibe Sun Nov 02, 2014 7:13 pm

You hate someone who was a team legend as a player,and brought the team out of the mud in the aftermath of Calciopoli and restored Juve as a top Italian club as a manager?
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Post by salmano9 Sun Nov 02, 2014 7:21 pm

Vibe wrote:You hate someone who was a team legend as a player,and brought the team out of the mud in the aftermath of Calciopoli and restored Juve as a top Italian club as a manager?

The more he talks about his past with Juve, the more we will hate him... He makes himself look like the best coach ever. He is being arrogant.... We stood with him during his downs and he dumps us like this as if he wasn't a true die hard bianconeri. His words make him seem like he did all of this just for himself, not for the team...

Edit: I won't forgive Conte, UNLESS he comes back to save us again when we are going through our downs... Otherwise, it means that his heart doesn't bleed black and white as ours...
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Post by elm_baraja_shaman Mon Nov 03, 2014 4:24 pm

salmano9 wrote:
Vibe wrote:You hate someone who was a team legend as a player,and brought the team out of the mud in the aftermath of Calciopoli and restored Juve as a top Italian club as a manager?

The more he talks about his past with Juve, the more we will hate him... He makes himself look like the best coach ever. He is being arrogant.... We stood with him during his downs and he dumps us like this as if he wasn't a true die hard bianconeri. His words make him seem like he did all of this just for himself, not for the team...

Edit: I won't forgive Conte, UNLESS he comes back to save us again when we are going through our downs... Otherwise, it means that his heart doesn't bleed black and white as ours...


you can have problems with Conte but hating him is just wrong, he did a lot to revitalize us, personally I will always respect him as one of the good coaches we had post Calciopoli.......
what I dislike about him is the introduction of the cancerous 3-5-2 to our Juve eyes......
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Post by salmano9 Tue Nov 04, 2014 11:20 pm

elm_baraja_shaman wrote:
salmano9 wrote:
Vibe wrote:You hate someone who was a team legend as a player,and brought the team out of the mud in the aftermath of Calciopoli and restored Juve as a top Italian club as a manager?

The more he talks about his past with Juve, the more we will hate him... He makes himself look like the best coach ever. He is being arrogant.... We stood with him during his downs and he dumps us like this as if he wasn't a true die hard bianconeri. His words make him seem like he did all of this just for himself, not for the team...

Edit: I won't forgive Conte, UNLESS he comes back to save us again when we are going through our downs... Otherwise, it means that his heart doesn't bleed black and white as ours...


you can have problems with Conte but hating him is just wrong, he did a lot to revitalize us, personally I will always respect him as one of the good coaches we had post Calciopoli.......
what I dislike about him is the introduction of the cancerous 3-5-2 to our Juve eyes......

But don't the comments he says irritate you after leaving us?
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Post by elm_baraja_shaman Tue Nov 04, 2014 11:43 pm

well you know that's how he is....
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Post by salmano9 Wed Nov 05, 2014 1:11 am

elm_baraja_shaman wrote:well you know that's how he is....

Its like he is no longer proud he coached juventus... Sad
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Post by salmano9 Mon Nov 24, 2014 1:41 am

Antonio Conte, the future loser, former winner.

Thats what supposed to be his name in here... Unless he returns.
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Post by salmano9 Sat Nov 29, 2014 2:39 am

Why Conte, Why?
By Adam Digby July 22,2014

Juventus are once again at the center of an event which has completely reshaped the landscape of the game in Italy.

There was no warning. Like a stone thrown into a pond, the news shattered the serene peace of Turin’s grand Old Lady.
Even in an age of twenty-four hour news coverage, Antonio Conte’s resignation as Juventus manager arrived like a lightning strike, the first whispers leaking less than fifteen minutes before the club confirmed the 44-year-old had quit. Later, a recorded interview from Conte, a former Juventus captain, confirmed his own departure, and an open letter from Juventus President Andrea Agnelli attempted to console ailing supporters, thanking Conte for the “three years in which we rewrote this club’s history” and noting that the news had “saddened him greatly.” Supporters felt exactly the same way, deeply shocked that the man responsible for transforming La Madama back into a serial winner was gone.

Before Conte’s arrival in 2011, Juventus had lost what made it so great, and the the conviction and spirit that had always defined the club was decimated by years of mismanagement. But under Conte, that changed: despite finishing in seventh place in two consecutive Serie A campaigns, the club instantly became champions under the guidance of the former Siena coach. Despite having only nineteen games of top flight experience, Conte not only led them to the league title in his inaugural season, but he also did so without losing a single game.
It didn’t stop there. Not content with following that undefeated season with a second Scudetto, Conte would steer Juventus into the Champions League quarter-final. His third year would see the club record an all-time high points total (102), a perfect home record, and end the season with a comfortable seventeen point lead over second placed Roma.

And then, just like that, he was gone.

Agnelli said in his statement that “Juventus must continue on its path,” and indeed she must, the loss of the manager another obstacle for the Bianconeri to overcome in its relentless pursuit of glory. It appears Conte’s pathological desire to win had left him exhausted and unable to continue, although the true reasons for the resignation may never be known.

What is evident is that the club acted quickly following the news, appointing Massimiliano Allegri the very next day. Fans protested outside the club’s training ground as the new manager held his inaugural press conference, angry at the former AC Milan boss taking a seat on the nation’s most prestigious bench. With the 46-year-old overseeing the Rossoneri’s worst season in the recent history, their displeasure was understandable, although it may be misplaced. (The most important words of this article)

Allegri had many flaws during his San Siro tenure, but he was no more responsible for the continued exodus of Milan’s top stars than Conte was for Juventus taking three years to find him a competent goal scorer. The manager—sacked last January with his side languishing in mid-table—was a convenient scapegoat for a dysfunctional management structure floundering in football’s modern era.

But any impact Allegri may hope to have is superseded by that of Conte’s exit, now a fixed point in the timeline of Juventus’ storied history. Like the Gregorian calendar, it could be a moment in time where everything that happens afterwards is viewed as a direct result of his exit, “before Conte left” could become part of the daily vocabulary of Italian football fans just as Calciopoli has.

Like that scandal of 2006, the Bianconeri are once again at the center of an event which has completely reshaped the landscape of the game on the peninsula. With Juventus still not fully recovered from the after-effects of Luciano Moggi’s punishment, they must hope these most recent developments do not cause equal damage.

If that may seem overly dramatic, it must be remembered just how much Conte affected every single aspect of his side, how meticulous and persuasive his approach and style was upon his players. Even an established star like Andrea Pirlo has spoken about how awestruck he was by a coach who had “fire running through his veins and moved like a viper.” Writing in his autobiography, Pirlo recalled Conte’s edict to his team that—as Juventus players—they had “a moral obligation” to win. He went on to describe the manager as a man “completely immersed in his job and possessing a never-ending inner torment.” A winner.

Now that Conte is gone, Pirlo and his teammates face a unique opportunity. They must  prove that they can win without their incredible leader. Antonio Conte has thrown a huge stone into La Madama’s still waters, and now it is up to the players to not let the waves wash over them,  but to stand and fight and win just as he taught them to.
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Post by salmano9 Tue Dec 09, 2014 6:46 pm

Report: Conte to quit Italy?

There are shock reports Antonio Conte could quit as Italy Coach just four months after his appointment.

The tactician was only appointed in late August after sensationally resigning from Juventus one day into pre-season training in July.

According to newspaper Libero, Conte is deeply disappointed with the FIGC and broken promises that were made to him when he agreed to take the job.

Conte was visibly irritated in several Press conferences when lambasting the authorities and Serie A clubs for not co-operating for the good of the Nazionale.

He has demanded a get-together with players before the next planned friendly in March, but the clubs are hesitating.

There is a meeting with other Serie A Coaches on December 16 and that could well be the make or break moment for Conte’s tenure.
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Post by salmano9 Sat Jan 24, 2015 12:03 pm

Conte: 'It hurts to watch Juve'

Italy Coach Antonio Conte admits it “still hurts” to see his old side Juventus, as they “achieved miracles” together.

“I think I chose a lot with my head and not so much with my heart, because my heart would’ve let me stay at Juve for infinity,” Conte told Tuttosport of his decision to quit last summer.

“When I took over, we were up against a strong side like Milan who had Thiago Silva, Ibrahimovic and their old guard. Four years ago, the Rossoneri were like Juve are today.

“Pushing that team off the throne and taking their place was our masterpiece: mine and the players. We achieved miracles together. However, to get there we used up so much energy in all areas.

“In May 2014 the club and I agreed to wait and see if certain situations could be shaken off. My choice to leave was with a heavy heart, but it was honest. You can see in my farewell video how much it hurt to take that step, but I did think and continue to believe it was the right solution for everyone.”

The tactician has been touring all the Serie A clubs to speak with Coaches, players and staff about training methods.
Juve had been consistently pushed back down the calendar, but the get-together finally happened on Friday.

“When I see the players I had a very intense rapport with... I’ll be honest, it hurts to watch Juventus. It happened to me in the past, when I left Bari. It’s above all an emotional strain.

“Today Juve are in ideal conditions: the revenue is up, because with great sacrifice we were able to surpass everyone. Now the Bianconeri must do everything to stay up there, whereas the others will try to chip away at the foundations of the skyscraper we constructed.”
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