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Potential future Juventus manager rejects another club to wait for them

September 22, 2022 - 7:30 pm

Mauricio Pochettino has an interest in becoming the next Juventus manager, according to reports.

The former Tottenham boss has just been fired by PSG even though he won the French Ligue 1 last season.

Juve is struggling to get back to form under Max Allegri, and they might sack him.

The Bianconeri has given the gaffer one more chance to prove his worth after the international break.

But Juve is so poor it doesn’t seem they will return to form anytime soon, which should worry their manager.

Poch knows a chance could open up for him at the Allianz Stadium soon, and he is waiting for it.

Tuttojuve says Nice approached him to become their next manager, but he turned down the offer.

He is waiting for a bigger team like Juventus and hopes they pick him to replace Allegri.

Juve FC Says

Pochettino is one of the most lovable managers in the world, but the Argentinian is overrated.

He has hardly won trophies in his career apart from his league title at PSG.

If we fire Allegri, we need a manager who has won several trophies because the only reason we change manager is to win new prizes.

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11 Comments

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    Reply William September 22, 2022 at 7:38 pm

    No, wey don’t need a season manager. Thats why the hire Allegri innthe fiesta place, because he won trophies. We need a manager for building a proyect with de young playera we hace, anda help them become world class.

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      Reply martinn September 22, 2022 at 7:55 pm

      and someone who can coach and can motivate and nurture players. there is zero morale at the moment in that team, it isn`t just 11 grumpy players for no reason because they got out of the wrong side of bed, that is a problem of who`s in charge. there`s a reason he likes `experienced` players, because he doesn`t have to coach them, and they are literally left to get on with it themselves. that`s why we have no direction.

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    Reply martinn September 22, 2022 at 8:02 pm

    we need someone who can motivate and nurture young and experienced players, carry them when things aren`t going well… allegri isn`t it. I`m not sure why he didn`t take his time off to study modern tactics and change his thinking, but he didn`t. We don`t even know why he didn`t change his tactics and thinking when we secured Vlahovic, a sensational player who`s spirit is broken right now through allegri`s neglect. it is very, very strange that agnelli has such huge blind faith without a clause for success or wins, in fact he was guaranteed to be here even if we didn`t get top 4 last season, why wasn`t Pirlo given the same respect considering he in hindsight blew allegri out of the water in his rookie season? if things aren`t changed tomorrow we are crumbling even further.

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      Reply Juvent1n0chivasso September 23, 2022 at 3:00 am

      Yeah like a coach who’s won trophies is really working out now. Who is this writer. A team needs a coach that’s right for the project that you you want to follow. And you can’t just give up as soon as you don’t win a bloody trophy. They actually should have kept Pirlo. They hired him out of necessity but in actuality it is exactly who they needed to help both young and old. The problem with juventus is they always need to rush to success. Always needing to win something. And even that’s not enough because they sacked Pirlo after winning Italian cup and qualifying for champions league. And another thing. Pochettino hasn’t won much because he managed in England for many years where the competition to win trophies is massive compared to other leagues and they actually have two cup tournaments on top of it. And still competition is so great especially in the top half of the table. You think juve would have won 9 scudettos in a row with that kind of competition. Once in a while even the minnows like Blackpool in the mid 90’s and Leicester City a few year ago step in a wi every once in a while. When’s the last time fiorentina or Udine, atalanta, or sampdoria won a scudetto. So please, know your football outside of series a before you make uneducated comments. Otherwise just report the news and don’t give your opinion.

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    Reply Dejan September 22, 2022 at 8:13 pm

    What titles did Conte and Allegri win before we brought them to Juventus?

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    Reply Bagas September 22, 2022 at 10:17 pm

    Poche not good for Juventus coach. Same with allegri tactic defensive football.
    Says no to poche and says #AllegriOut

    Available coach
    zidane, tuchel, pirlo

    I’m want zidane coach

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    Reply Brian September 23, 2022 at 12:18 am

    He is a nightmare for Juve. no one wants him . potential my a**

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    Reply Adriano September 23, 2022 at 3:37 am

    Traditionally Juve have always had an Italian coach, but the core of the team has been Italian as well. The desire for Allegri and Conte to uphold tradition is understandable but times have changed and the core of the team is international, the coach shouldn’t be chosen based on Italian heritage

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    Reply Jamie September 23, 2022 at 2:52 pm

    If we only went with managers who have won then we’d never have brought Conte in. We need a winner yes but they don’t have to be proven if they’re the right profile. Pirlo was a winner and should have been given time. Potch could do a decent job for us.

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    Reply Manish- Forza Juve. September 23, 2022 at 4:28 pm

    My vote goes for Antonio Conte- Seal the deal now if he’s a free manager and revive the Juve spirits and fans like us ✌️

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    Reply Chris Le Galle September 24, 2022 at 8:23 am

    All the hose hating on Allegri and wanting Poch should first watch a Poch team play before rushing to their keyboards. He’s play is even more defensive minded.

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