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Udinese vs Juventus
Team Performance
17 Comments
  • +1
[Juventus, South Korea]
Posts: 0 | Comments: 193
First draw of the season.. It was gonna happen at some point. Like always, credit to Juve and Udinese.
  • +1
[Barcelona, Estonia]
Posts: 0 | Comments: 738
That assist from Dybala was astonishing.
  • +3
[Arsenal, Germany]
Posts: 0 | Comments: 445
Rumors: Arsenal made a verbal agreement with Allegri to replace Wenger. I wish it's true. You may laugh at me but I've been a big supporter of Wenger, and I believe he's gonna be successful wherever he goes, but I have big doubts now (maybe too late?) that he's gonna achieve anything more in Arsenal with this dreadful lineup he has available. Allegri is what Arsenal needs, and knowing problems he has with his Juve starts, that sounds not that out of reach. I know there are lots of Arsenal haters here but I love Juventus, so don't hate me lol.
  • +2
[Juventus, Argentina]
Posts: 2 | Comments: 1757
i'm glad you atleast acknowledge that the line up isn't that great. a couple of class players, average youngsters and a couple of old french players. Allegri might be able to help arsenal, he might attract some great italian talent who might do well in the premier league and he also knows how to manage big names. that being said, allegri has always had world class players at his disposal in every position. that is something that arsenal lacks, and might lack even more if both ozil and alexis leave and follow wenger out the door. if you guys manage to retain those 2 players and get a coach with a fresh perspective, you might be able to do some damage.
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[Arsenal, Germany]
Posts: 0 | Comments: 445
Very well put.
  • +1
[Juventus, Italy]
Posts: 0 | Comments: 293
I would be so sad on it if he leaves Juve because he is one of the best manager in the club history, alongside Lippi and Conte. But one thing I can say is, Allegri can bring something the fans need. I think the main problem of arsenal is that they don't have a wide range of strategies compared to their rivals like Chelsea and Man City, and Allegri can fix it because he is the best tactician in Italy.
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I would be so sad on it if he leaves Juve because he is one of the best manager in the club history, alongside Conte. But one thing I can say is, Allegri can bring something the fans need. I think the main problem of arsenal is that they don't have a wide range of strategies compared to their rivals like Chelsea and Man City, and Allegri can fix it because he is the best tacticians in Italy.
I would be so sad on it if he leaves Juve because he is one of the best manager in the club history, alongside Conte. But one thing I can say is, Allegri can bring something the fans need. I think the main problem of arsenal is that they don't have a wide range of strategies compared to their rivals like Chelsea and Man City, and Allegri can fix it because he is the best tactician in Italy.
  • 0
[Juventus, Italy]
Posts: 0 | Comments: 1758
Bonucci is the Sergio Ramos with headers lol
  • 0
[Barcelona, Estonia]
Posts: 0 | Comments: 738
They like to score for sure.
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[Liverpool, United States]
Posts: 0 | Comments: 715
bonucci is a top 5 cb
  • +1
[AC Milan, Italy]
Posts: 0 | Comments: 1129
brushed off like a lightweight fly by Duvan!
  • +3
[Juventus, Canada]
Posts: 0 | Comments: 97
Also Lovely stadium Udinese has, Serie A needs to follow this model. I believe it costed Udinese about 40mill only.
  • 0
[Juventus, Argentina]
Posts: 2 | Comments: 1757
agreed
  • 0
[Juventus, Indonesia]
Posts: 0 | Comments: 243
agreed (2)
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[AC Milan, Macedonia]
Posts: 0 | Comments: 513
Less! Not more than 25! Here's a (quite accurate) one article that says 22. But nevertheless, they made a great job with it! By the way, Atalanta has started the very same thing (building their stadium, on the same way Udinese did - first they bought it, then they made it one stand after another!). Also, Cagliari have started with their brand new stadium, which looks awesome! Roma finally got all the paperwork they needed and an approval by the city council (after nearly 3 years of delay), other teams, like Fiorentina, Empoli are about to begin as well. The only ones who needed it the most, will never see the light of the day, when they'll play on their own, new & modern stadium - Napoli! Because of their stubborn owner, and the city council! http://stadiumdb.com/stadiums/ita/dacia_arena
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[Juventus, South Korea]
Posts: 0 | Comments: 193
@Dimitri7 good stuff mate
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[Juventus, Italy]
Posts: 0 | Comments: 293
So sad Milan and Inter cannot follow the model because the city council does not allow it lol
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So sad Milan and Inter cannot follow the model because the city counsel does not allow it lol
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[Juventus, Canada]
Posts: 0 | Comments: 97
poor from Juve
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