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I hope I am wrong, but do think differently. Allegri has experience of winning Scudetto several times, Inzaghi hasn't even once. That might make the difference.

Our coach is clearly still learning how to win and managing gas at the same time, as rotation in a long season is a must. But more often than not, over-rotating. He tried to get a just-enough strong XI (in his opinion) over Sociedad (x2) and Benfica, failed with goal difference. He tried again vs Bologna, failed in extra minutes. Always a hair-width gap between us losing and winning in decisive matches.

On the other hand, Allegri is doing that the entire season and always succeeds. His team never get tired.

Naive and fox I am seeing. Plus the CL torture is making things in the league worse.

He had experience winning when the league was a one horse race, when Inter and Milan were lead by complete incompetent owners spiced with financial hangover so it was a complete free lunch. Without Milan and Inter the Scudetto is cheap for sale.

No other coaches in serie a history had an easier run in winning the scudetto than him. And while he is good at getting a consistent performance in serie a it is still within that context.

Inzaghi is only 47 years and had never coached a clear favourite or dominant team the way allegri has. You make sound like Inzaghi is same age as Allegri he isn’t so it’s not surprising he hasn’t won a Scudetto yet. Many first do this from their mid forties to start fifties. Yes we seen some in their early forties but in most cases those were not restrained financially the same way Inzaghi team has been, Inzaghi likely had won a scudetto at this point if not for that reality.
 

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He had experience winning when the league was a one horse race, when Inter and Milan were lead by complete incompetent owners spiced with financial hangover so it was a complete free lunch. Without Milan and Inter the Scudetto is cheap for sale.

No other coaches in serie a history had an easier run in winning the scudetto than him. And while he is good at getting a consistent performance in serie a it is still within that context.

Inzaghi is only 47 years and had never coached a clear favourite or dominant team the way allegri has. You make sound like Inzaghi is same age as Allegri he isn’t so it’s not surprising he hasn’t won a Scudetto yet. Many first do this from their mid forties to start fifties. Yes we seen some in their early forties but in most cases those were not restrained financially the same way Inzaghi team has been, Inzaghi likely had won a scudetto at this point if not for that reality.
That's always correct for the past 20 years or so lol. One team wins when others suck for whatever reason. Serie A hasn't been two horse race for a long time.

Scudetto = biggest Serie A title. Ofc when you ask fans from other teams they say we won 5 due to Juve relegation too. On paper it is still >>> Coppa or Super Cup, period.

The bold part, yeah I hope so too. But I wouldnt count chickens before hatching. Inzaghi did lose to Bbilan when their squad was full of mediocrity. He needs to prove that on the field, not hypothesis.
 
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What's the source for this? I haven't seen a single report from any Milan-related or general Italian sources on this.
This rumour was created by some arab milanista. Even Red and black milanisti said he's not reliable at all. Just read their forum occasionnally. Believe me if something comes up those clowns are all lined up saying Milan will win 400 UCL titles :LOL:

1.5b price is speculative, they added a stadium approval pricing on it aswell.

Cardinale is looking for a buyer for a piece, not the whole club. To pay back Elliott's 500M€
 

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He had experience winning when the league was a one horse race, when Inter and Milan were lead by complete incompetent owners spiced with financial hangover so it was a complete free lunch. Without Milan and Inter the Scudetto is cheap for sale.

No other coaches in serie a history had an easier run in winning the scudetto than him. And while he is good at getting a consistent performance in serie a it is still within that context.

Inzaghi is only 47 years and had never coached a clear favourite or dominant team the way allegri has. You make sound like Inzaghi is same age as Allegri he isn’t so it’s not surprising he hasn’t won a Scudetto yet. Many first do this from their mid forties to start fifties. Yes we seen some in their early forties but in most cases those were not restrained financially the same way Inzaghi team has been, Inzaghi likely had won a scudetto at this point if not for that reality.
He won scudetto in 2011 with beelan. Against us after treble season. I hate the guy but he is top manager. He make his teams compact and hard to beat fuckers. Yildiz is a revelation, already compared to Del Piero, Chiesa is benched cause of him. Derby is a must win but it will be very very hard, I wouldnt be suprised if we lose that match😒
 

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Looking through some team wage sheets - my new favorite past time as of the last 4 days - I couldn't fucking believe it when I saw that Roma's payroll is over €100M this season. 3rd highest in the league, almost €20M higher than Milan (Juve is ~€122M, we're ~€119M). They're paying ~€105M and had Mourinho as their manager and the product was absolute fucking garbage. I might expect to see some Premier League wage sheets with nine digits of salary and be absolute dogshit, but I didn't expect to see that from Roma.
 

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Looking through some team wage sheets - my new favorite past time as of the last 4 days - I couldn't fucking believe it when I saw that Roma's payroll is over €100M this season. 3rd highest in the league, almost €20M higher than Milan (Juve is ~€122M, we're ~€119M). They're paying ~€105M and had Mourinho as their manager and the product was absolute fucking garbage. I might expect to see some Premier League wage sheets with nine digits of salary and be absolute dogshit, but I didn't expect to see that from Roma.

Out of curiosity i checked their salaries. They have given some crazy contracts. I was expecting high salaries of Lukaku and Sanches as they're on loan from richer clubs. I was even expecting 4.5m net of Abraham because he's coming from EPL. But 4.5m net to Paredes? 4m to Ndicka? 3.5m to Mancini? Pinto may be the worst director in recent years. It won't be easy for the next one to fix this mess.
 

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Out of curiosity i checked their salaries. They have given some crazy contracts. I was expecting high salaries of Lukaku and Sanches as they're on loan from richer clubs. I was even expecting 4.5m net of Abraham because he's coming from EPL. But 4.5m net to Paredes? 4m to Ndicka? 3.5m to Mancini? Pinto may be the worst director in recent years. It won't be easy for the next one to fix this mess.
Just a side note...beside the 4m fee for 6 months Juve is paying Djalo 4m net. Borderline crazy for a ACL recovering. Thats too much of a gamble and entirely correct that we didnt join the auction.
 

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Those who are old enough to remember pre Calciopoli times know Empoli had always been Juventus bitch. Easily one of my most hated small teams at the time.
 

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Empoli this year is so bad, even fucking beelan destroyed them on their pitch.
 

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The team just needs to go out there in a couple of weeks against Juventus at the Meazza and do what should have been done in Turin... Inflict a severe spanking.

On another note, I'll laugh if Milan helps us win the Scudetto by beating them.
 

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Allegri was relatively calm and accepted the 5-1 Napoli humilation, praised Spalletti, but he absolutely flipped out after 1-0 Coppa semifinal loss to Inzaghi.

So, give me 1-0 Hakan penalty win on 4th. 🤌 :yao:
 

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For someone that said he doesn't want to talk about us, this cuntface sure does lot of talking.


Djokovic - noted Milan fan - would be insulted to hear himself being tied to Inter like this.

Allegri trying to make Juventus look like the Little Engine That Could in...literally fucking anything is hilarious.

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Not feeling too good for the next 2 weeks so might as well double my money.

Not too keen on the pussy mentality about the derby. This team has done nothing to deserve being seen in a skeptical light when playing against marquee opponents. 20 of a possible 24 points vs. sides currently in the top-9.
 

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Allegri was relatively calm and accepted the 5-1 Napoli humilation, praised Spalletti, but he absolutely flipped out after 1-0 Coppa semifinal loss to Inzaghi.

So, give me 1-0 Hakan penalty win on 4th. 🤌 :yao:
No.

I have never wanted to annihilate a team more in my life than two Sundays from now. Rube, their fans, and Allegri are insufferable at the best of times, but they’ve really been on one this year. Between the Allegri clown-show press conferences week in and week out and their brain-dead fans claiming a falsified campaign and acting like victims, it’s complete cringe.

I pray to god for a decisive victory with no controversial decisions, so at least the Juve fans will have to embarrass themselves even more by declaring favoritism to inter.

I have come to accept that I will probably always be pissed off after a game against Juve, but hopefully this time is an exception.
 
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