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    CL | Round 2: Juventus - FC Barcelona 0-2

    Champions League Round 2

    Wednesday, October 28, 21:00 CET

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    another humiliaton in order?

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    With Coutinho injured and Pique suspended, I want to see this lineup if we're continuing the false 9 4231.


    Neto---Dest, Araujo, Lenglet, Alba---Pjanic, DJ---Griezmann, Pedri, Fati---Messi


    With Dest to provide the creativity on the right wing, this should theoretically help Griezmann and he really needs to make it work with Dest.

    Araujo can help with the high line with his pace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronniecro View Post
    another humiliaton in order?
    For these Italian farmers maybe.

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    Expecting a draw at best.

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    They don?t have Bonucci, Chiellini or De Ligt. We should be winning this. Or at least a score draw

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    Juve are shit under Pirlo so far. It will be a draw imo.

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    The team needs a good result for confidence. Even a draw would be good right now.

    I always tell my guys that our playing style is about movement” - Marcelo Bielsa.

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    draw only when considering the personnel issues for juventus. not expecting more than that anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronniecro View Post
    another humiliaton in order?
    Away match in Italy? Most likely outcome yes.

    We are lucky they are in bad form like us, so maybe we have a chance for boring 1-1.

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    If even Juve beat us, we're barely top 10 anymore

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    Juve atrocious so far as i wrote in the SErie A thread.
    We should go for the jugular. Big away win after years will benefit our morale.

    Tactically-wise, with Cou injured no excuses not to see two wingers (Fati and one of Demb/Trincao).
    Griez can be tried in his favorite 10 position, and taken out for Pedri if he is shit
    Xavi's Cups

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    We tend to hold our ground really well in group stages. Even if we are in the strongest possible group of death we will end up first.

    It's only in the knockouts where we shit our panties.
    RESULTS CAN BE MISLEADING. LOOK DEEPER

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neymessi View Post
    We tend to hold our ground really well in group stages. Even if we are in the strongest possible group of death we will end up first.

    It's only in the knockouts where we shit our panties.
    It's because in the groups big teams don't go gung ho with everything they've got. They know the biggest teams go through 99% of the time. Which of course makes it hilarious when a top club is eliminated in the groups because they fuck it up too badly. Doesn't happen enough though.

    Maybe Madrid or PSG this year, fingers crossed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by serghei View Post
    If even Juve beat us, we're barely top 10 anymore
    Nah man, they have CR7 and Pique is out...who's gonna defend the corners? Lenglet?