At the beginning, you were often compared to Guardiola, but it doesn’t seem that the comparison holds. The Catalan [Guardiola] didn’t coach his old teammates.
At the end, to have to coach some friends was a problem. I always (Read more...)
After the words from Ferrara and Zaccheroni about their tenure at Juve, recently departed Candreva and Criscito have offered their thoughts as well. In line with the young C players…….Caceres may be next.
Criscito, to the Genoa official website:
“It’s a beautiful sensation to feel (Read more...)
In the last few weeks, Ferrara and Zaccheroni have opened up about their short-lived tenures at Juventus now that neither are officially hired by the club. They both have spoken about Diego’s future, whether Del Piero is a problem, etc. Fascinatingly, they come to very, very different conclusions. Before reading (Read more...)
Over the past few weeks, the end-of-season reviews have been coming in, and most have labeled Diego as a major flop, Goal.com named him as the #1 transfer flop, and also in their Worst XI of the season. Juventini and non-Juventini alike have blamed him for our poor season, (Read more...)
First thing I noted from this video was how often Diego was involved in the goals. Flop? I think not. He might not have lit Serie A on fire…but he produced.
Great. As if we needed another reason not to watch this game.
22 called-up for last championship match
For the match on Saturday against Milan, the last of the 2009/10 championship, Alberto Zaccheroni called-up 22 players. Sissoko, Grygera, Giovinco and Chimenti will stay in Turin. All the others are available.
We lost. Again. It’s becoming a habit, and as Roberto noted, we have officially posted the most amount of losses in a season. Should we concede 3 goals against Milan, we will have conceded the most amount of goals of all time…2 goals will tie the record. I almost (Read more...)